These are the songs our grandparents learned as children here in the Southwest United States. The songs and games in the Lucerito’s Music collection represent children’s music from New Mexico and California gathered since 1966 from relatives, friends, neighbors, musicians, teachers and old music books. Most of the songs are over 100 years old and are currently being sung by Spanish speaking children throughout the Spanish speaking world. I suspect that most of the songs and games came with the Spanish conquistadors as early as 1492. The songs and games recorded by Stanley A. Lucero are in use in many bilingual and ESL classrooms throughout the Southwest. They are excellent gifts for the children and grandchildren in your life.

Marimba Lucero

Includes boleros, mambos and English country songs recorded by Marimba Lucero. Instruments include the marimba, guitar, bass and congas. Features the voices of Nora and Stanley on most songs. Includes several instrumental songs. More info.

Fiestas Y Cuento-Cantos

Includes songs for cultural pride, cultural values, Day of the Dead and Christmas ranging from PreColumbian times to an original song by Yolanda (Gallinita Roja). Musicians include Yolanda Lucero, Martha Rodriguez, Francisco Mejia and Carmen Diaz. More info

Dos Voces – Un Espíritu

Contains 9 original songs composed and sung by Linda Quiroz. Also contains songs originally recorded on Canciones Para Niños with new arrangements. Listen to Tamales (Sung by Linda Quiróz and Stanley A. Lucero, Stanley on guitars and bass). Listen to La Hormiguita (Sung by Yolanda and Stanley Lucero, Stanley on guitars and bass). The lyrics are available online. More info

Best of Stanley A. Lucero

Contains 45 of the songs from Cancionero Infantil, Juegos y Diversiones and Canciones De Lagos. The lyrics are available online. More info


Listen to De Colores (Sung by Martha Rodriguez, Stanley on guitars and bass). Listen to El Coyote (Sung by Carmen Dias, Martha Rodriguez and Stanley A. Lucero, Carmen on vihuela, Martha on rainstick and huehuetl, Stanley on guitar and bass, and Carlos on quena). The lyrics are available online. More info