Mariachi

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Mariachi is a genre of Regional Mexican music that dates back to at least the 18th century, evolving over time in the countryside of various regions of western Mexico.wikipedia
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Guadalajara

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From the 19th to 20th century, migrations from rural areas into Guadalajara, along with the Mexican government's cultural promotion gradually re-labeled it as Son style, with its alternative name of “Mariachi” becoming used for the “urban” form.
Guadalajara is a major Mexican cultural center, as it is considered by most to be the home of the famous mariachi genre of music, and plays host to a number of large-scale cultural events such as the Guadalajara International Film Festival, the Guadalajara International Book Fair, and other globally renowned cultural events which draw international crowds.

Ranchera

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Song styles and instrumentals performed with Mariachi include rancheras, corridos, cumbias, boleros, ballads, sones, huapangos, jarabes, danzones, joropos, pasodobles, marches, polkas, waltzes and chotís.
It later became closely associated with the Mariachi bands which evolved in Jalisco.

Charro outfit

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Modifications of the music include influences from other music such as polkas and waltzes, the addition of trumpets and the use of charro outfits by mariachi musicians.
The style of clothing is often associated with mariachi and ranchera music performers, Mexican history, and celebration in festivals.

Regional Mexican

Spanish VarietyMexican Regionalregional Mexican music
Mariachi is a genre of Regional Mexican music that dates back to at least the 18th century, evolving over time in the countryside of various regions of western Mexico.
Subgenres include Banda, Duranguense, Grupero, Mariachi, New Mexico music, Norteño, Tejano and others.

Mexico

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Mariachi is a genre of Regional Mexican music that dates back to at least the 18th century, evolving over time in the countryside of various regions of western Mexico.
Many Mexican cultural features including tequila, first distilled in the 16th century, charreria (17th), mariachi (18th) and Mexican cuisine, a fusion of American and European (particularly Spanish) cuisine, arose during the colonial era.

Son mexicano

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From the 19th to 20th century, migrations from rural areas into Guadalajara, along with the Mexican government's cultural promotion gradually re-labeled it as Son style, with its alternative name of “Mariachi” becoming used for the “urban” form. Song styles and instrumentals performed with Mariachi include rancheras, corridos, cumbias, boleros, ballads, sones, huapangos, jarabes, danzones, joropos, pasodobles, marches, polkas, waltzes and chotís.
Mexican son likely originated in Veracruz with major son traditions in this state along with the La Huasteca region, the Pacific coast of Guerrero and Oaxaca, Michoacán and Jalisco (where it morphed into mariachi).

Jarabe

Song styles and instrumentals performed with Mariachi include rancheras, corridos, cumbias, boleros, ballads, sones, huapangos, jarabes, danzones, joropos, pasodobles, marches, polkas, waltzes and chotís.
The jarabe is one of the most traditional song forms of the mariachi genre.

Carlo Curti

Carlos Curti
The Charro outfit was also used in the national Orquestra Típica Mexicana (Mexican Typical Orchestra), organized in 1884 by Carlo Curti, and touring the United States and Mexico as part of a presentation of nationalism for the Mexican president Porfirio Diaz.
The patriotic value of having Mexico represented on the international stage gave a boost to mariachi bands (which had normally been repressed by social elites); the mariachis began using charro outfits as Curti's orchestra had done, expressing pride in being Mexican.

Huapango

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Song styles and instrumentals performed with Mariachi include rancheras, corridos, cumbias, boleros, ballads, sones, huapangos, jarabes, danzones, joropos, pasodobles, marches, polkas, waltzes and chotís.
It is interpreted in different forms, the most common being the classic huapango interpreted by a trio of musicians (un trio huasteco); the huapango norteño interpreted by a group (un conjunto norteño); and the huapango de mariachi, which can be performed by a large group of musicians.

Nati Cano

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Past players include Mariachi Vargas de Tecalitlán, Mariachi los Camperos (led by Nati Cano) and Mariachi América.
Natividad "Nati" Cano (June 23, 1933 – October 3, 2014) was a Mexican-born American mariachi musician and former, longtime leader of Mariachi los Camperos, a Grammy-winning mariachi band based in Los Angeles.

Plaza Garibaldi

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During this time, many farm workers moved to the city, including those from Jalisco, which settled around Plaza Garibaldi.
The Plaza is known as Mexico City's home of mariachi music.

Los Altos de Jalisco

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The charro tradition was strong in Jalisco, especially in a region called Los Altos.
Los Altos are known for their high quality of life, for historic Mexican colonial architecture, and numerous traditional Mexican arts, primarily equestrianism, Mariachi, Tequila production, and traditional Mexican dances and festivals.

Luis Miguel

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Mariachi Vargas became famous accompanying singers such as Luis Miguel, Lola Beltrán, and Pedro Infante.
He is widely regarded by many as the most successful artist in Latin American history, having successfully performed in a wide range of musical styles, including pop, ballads, boleros, tangos, jazz, big band and mariachi.

Guitarrón mexicano

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Traditional mariachi guitars include the vihuela, a high-pitched, round-backed guitar that provides rhythm, and a bass guitar called a guitarrón, which also provides rhythm.
The guitarrón mexicano (the Spanish name of a "big Mexican guitar", the suffix -ón being a Spanish augmentative) or Mexican guitarrón is a very large, deep-bodied Mexican six-string acoustic bass played traditionally in Mariachi groups.

Mariachi los Camperos

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Past players include Mariachi Vargas de Tecalitlán, Mariachi los Camperos (led by Nati Cano) and Mariachi América.
Mariachi los Camperos de Nati Cano is a Grammy Award-winning Los Angeles-based mariachi ensemble which was formerly led by Natividad "Nati" Cano.

Tecalitlán

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The most prized of the mariachis remained those from the state of Jalisco, particularly the areas of Cocula and Tecalitlán.
Tecalitlán is at the heart of the region where mariachi music was developed, and in fact the most famous exponent of that genre, Vargas de Tecalitlán, was founded there in the 1890s (though now resident in Mexico City).

Cocula, Jalisco

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Most legends put the origin of the modern mariachi in the town of Cocula, Jalisco.
Cocula is referred to as "La Cuna del Mariachi," or "The Cradle of Mariachi," given that mariachi music originated there in the 19th century.

Rubén Fuentes

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Silvestre Vargas took over Mariachi Vargas de Tecalitlán from his father in 1958 and soon after hired a trained musician, Ruben Fuentes, as musical director.
Rubén Fuentes (born 15 February 1926) is a Mexican classical violinist and composer, who is best known for his contributions to mariachi music.

Mexican vihuela

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Traditional mariachi guitars include the vihuela, a high-pitched, round-backed guitar that provides rhythm, and a bass guitar called a guitarrón, which also provides rhythm.
The Mexican vihuela is a guitar-like string instrument from 19th-century Mexico with five strings and typically played in mariachi groups.

Charreada

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After the Revolution, the charreada became a national sport in Mexico and rings were constructed specifically for them, followed by professional charro associations.
In the opening ceremony, organizations and participants parade into the arena on horseback, usually accompanied by a mariachi band playing Marcha Zacatecas.

Ana Gabriel

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The Las Vegas International Mariachi Festival, established in 1991, is televised on Telemundo and PBS and has headlined artists such as Pedro Fernández, Ana Gabriel, and American born mariachi singer Pepe Aguilar and more.
During her long career, she has hits in three different genres of music: Latin pop, Latin rock, and Mariachi.

Mariachi Divas de Cindy Shea

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Another is the encouragement of female mariachis including all-female Mariachi groups such as Mariachi Mujer 2000 and Mariachi Divas de Cindy Shea.
The Mariachi Divas de Cindy Shea is an all-female mariachi band based in Los Angeles, California.

Jalisco

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She posted a video in which she appears singing one of the songs from the album called "Death of Love" next to a group of mariachis in Puerto Vallarta, Jalisco.
Many of the characteristic traits of Mexican culture, particularly outside Mexico City, are originally from Jalisco, such as mariachi, ranchera music, birria, tequila, jaripeo, etc., hence the state's motto: "Jalisco es México."

José Hernández (musician)

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José L. Hernández (born 27 August 1958) is a Mexican mariachi musician.

Pepe Aguilar

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The Las Vegas International Mariachi Festival, established in 1991, is televised on Telemundo and PBS and has headlined artists such as Pedro Fernández, Ana Gabriel, and American born mariachi singer Pepe Aguilar and more.
In 1992, Aguilar recorded his first mariachi album titled “Recuérdame Bonito”, produced by Mexican singer-songwriter Joan Sebastian.