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Canciones Para La Luna - Sinfónico En Vivo

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Canciones Para La Luna - Sinfónico En Vivo
Live album by
Released8 October 2013 Digital Download, 13 December 2013 Physical Format
Recorded2 September 2013
GenreLatin pop, Symphonic
LabelUniversal Music México
Belanova chronology
Sueño Electro II Canciones Para La Luna - Sinfónico En Vivo
Viaje al Centro del Corazón
Singles from Canciones Para La Luna - Sinfónico En Vivo
  1. "Solo Dos"
    Released: October 8, 2013
  2. "Por Ti"
  3. "No Voy a Parar (feat. Jay de La Cueva)"
    Released: July 7, 2014

Canciones Para La Luna - Sinfónico En Vivo[1] (English: Songs for the Moon - Symphonic Live) is the first album of Belanova in symphonic format where all songs were modified and played with a symphony orchestra, was recorded in the Roberto Cantoral Cultural Center on September 2 and went on sale in digital format through a promotion of Pepsi on October 8 with only 10 songs, up to December 13 Belanova I present in physical format and by a DVD with a total of 15 songs and videos.


The first single was "Sólo Dos" which was officially launched on October 8, 2013,[2] with his video channel Vevo Belanova, reaching the highest places of popularity in México.

The second single, "Por Ti" being one original song of the album Dulce Beat but with changing rhythms and symphonic orchestra which was a gift for his fans of his early career. To close with the promotion of singles Belanova disk hill with a song duet "No Voy a Parar" the singer Jay de la Cueva of the Moderatto group which was launched officially on July 25, 2014 being the third and final single from the band.[3]

Track listing

1."Tus Ojos – En Vivo"3:45
2."Niño – En Vivo"3:57
3."Rosa Pastel – En Vivo"3:03
4."Cada Que... – En Vivo" (featuring (Javier Blake))4:30
5."Juegos De Amor – En Vivo"3:49
6."Escena Final En Vivo"4:21
7."Me Pregunto – En Vivo"3:51
8."No Me Voy a Morir – En Vivo"4:11
9."Y Aun Así Te Vas – En Vivo"4:21
10."Sólo Dos – En Vivo"3:54
11."No Voy a Parar – En Vivo" (featuring Jay de la Cueva)3:19
12."Suele Pasar – En Vivo"3:32
13."Mírame – En Vivo"3:21
14."Por Ti – En Vivo"4:00
15."One, Two, Three, GO! – En Vivo"3:17



Region Certification Certified units/sales
Mexico (AMPROFON)[5] Platinum 60,000^

^ Shipments figures based on certification alone.


  1. ^ "EXA FM". (in Spanish). Retrieved 2015-10-27.
  2. ^ "Lanza Belanova nuevo sencillo. Con René Franco". Archived from the original on 2015-11-17. Retrieved 2015-11-04.
  3. ^ "Belanova Presenta "No Voy A Parar" A Dueto Con Jay De La Cueva". Universal Music Magazine (in Spanish). Archived from the original on 2016-03-05. Retrieved 2015-11-04.
  4. ^ "Canciones para la Luna – Sinfónico en Vivo de Belanova en iTunes". iTunes. Retrieved 2015-11-03.
  5. ^ "Certificaciones" (in Spanish). Asociación Mexicana de Productores de Fonogramas y Videogramas. Type Belanova in the box under the ARTISTA column heading and Canciones Para La Luna: Sinfonico En Vivo in the box under the TÍTULO column heading.
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