Los Mariachis in Latin America and Europe

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Rancheras, corridos, sones, the huapangos boleros and rancheros, are some of the main rhythms of Mexican popular music.

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These interpreted by the Mariachi rhythms were more popular with the first recordings and likewise began to spread through Latin America and Europe, with the first films that were made into films there in the 40s and starring Tito Guizar, these movies were very successful mainly in the US, then with performers such as Jorge Negrete, Miguel Aceves Mejia, Pedro Infante, Luis and Antonio Aguilar Vicente Fernandez and currently broadcast was higher in Latin America and Europe.

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The formation of Mariachi was originally composed of violins, guitars and a very loud and sharp instrument called a vihuela and a very serious instrument known as guitarrón also could not miss another stringed instrument like the harp. These instruments were later added trumpets, which are those that give the Mariachi character and strength.

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According to the term Mariachi Ricardo Espinosa, was derived from an Aboriginal song to the Virgin Mary in the mix Nahuatl, the Spanish and Latin. The song began saying 'Maria ce are' meant 'I love you Mary.'

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El Mariachi is one of the folkloric groups that has transpired in many Latin American countries like Venezuela, Peru, Ecuador, but in Colombia where more Mexican music like this and I can say that is where most Mariachi groups.

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In Europe, Spain is the country that has had more influence of Mexican rancheras and mariachi are today almost all provinces such as Barcelona, ​​Madrid, Valencia and could not miss the Mariachis in Asturias.

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