Colorado College Logo

  DigitalCC

Use AND (in capitals) to search multiple keywords.
Example: harmonica AND cobos

162 hits

  • Thumbnail for Santo Domingo Pueblo Song
    Santo Domingo Pueblo Song by Lovato, Josie

    Santo Domingo, New Mexico. Josie Lovato sings a short song from the pueblo of Santo Domingo, New Mexico. Quality: Good

  • Thumbnail for Domingo Siete
    Domingo Siete by Benavidez, Alfredo

    Socorro, New Mexico. A hunchback completes the lyrics of a song being sung by some witches and is made rich overnight. An envious friend goes to the woods, meets the witches and sticks his foot in it, gets a beating, and acquires the hump that the witches had taken away from the old hunchback. Recited. Quality: Good

  • Thumbnail for Versos de chiquiado
    Versos de chiquiado by Duran, Natividad

    A couple is dancing and the man addresses the woman in poetry. His strophe is not too complimentary. Possible verses from a valse chiquiado. Quality: Good/Fair

  • Thumbnail for Mi burrito pardo
    Mi burrito pardo by Benavidez, Alfredo

    Socorro, New Mexico. The imitative braying of the donkey adds humor to this performance. Fragment. Quality: Good

  • Thumbnail for Mi Dios y redentor
    Mi Dios y redentor by Gallegos, Rafael

    Tierra Amarilla, New Mexico. Recited. Quality:Fair

  • Thumbnail for Viernes de la luz
    Viernes de la luz by Gonzalez, Rosela

    Socorro, New Mexico. Quality: Fair

  • Thumbnail for Oijitos Verdes
    Oijitos Verdes by L'Esperance, Danny

    Socorro, New Mexico. A boy is missing his green-eyed girlfriend. He hopes that wherever she may be wandering, she still loves him and remembers how much he cares for her. Quality: Good.

  • Thumbnail for Rosita Alvires
    Rosita Alvires by L'Esperance, Danny

    Socorro, New Mexico. Going to a dance against her mother's wishes costs Rosita Alvires her life. When the young woman gets on the dance floor, she slights her boyfriend, Hipolito. The young man resents being made a fool of and shoots Rosita three times. "Luckily for Rosita," the ballad says, "although she received three bullet wounds, only one was fatal." Quality: Good

  • Thumbnail for El hijo desobediente
    El hijo desobediente by L'Esperance, Danny

    Socorro, New Mexico. One Sunday before dawn a young man, Felipe, and a rival are fighting. Felipe's father comes upon the scene and tells his son to stop fighting. The young man disobeys his father and a few seconds later falls mortally wounded. Before he dies, Felipe begs his father to bury him out on the prairie. Quality: Good.

  • Thumbnail for Un pobre, no mas
    Un pobre, no mas by L'Esperance, Danny

    Socorro, New Mexico. A young man complains that his girlfriend is putting him off. He feels that the girl is rejecting him because she knows he is poor. He tells her that she will be the death of him yet. Quality: Good.

  • Thumbnail for Canto a los angeles del cielo
    Canto a los angeles del cielo by Romero, Candelaria

    Pena Blanca, New Mexico. Sung in the tune of "Indita de San Luis." Quality: Good.

  • Thumbnail for La linda rosa
    La linda rosa by Martinez, Sofia

    El Guique, New Mexico. Music may have been read from notation. Quality: Good/Fair.

  • Thumbnail for El piojo y la liendre
    El piojo y la liendre by Martinez, Sofia

    El Guique, New Mexico. See item 17.2. Quality: Good/Fair.

  • Thumbnail for El mundo enganoso
    El mundo enganoso by Martinez, Sofia

    El Guique, New Mexico. See item 17.2. Quality: Good/Fair.

  • Thumbnail for untitled
    untitled by Chavez, Emilia

    Los Padillas, New Mexico. Recording levels vary. Recited. Quality: Poor.

  • Thumbnail for untitled
    untitled by Chavez, Emilia

    Los Padillas, New Mexico. Recording levels vary. Quality: Poor.

  • Thumbnail for El bendito
    El bendito by Segura, Emiliana

    Cerro, New Mexico. Informant recites hymn: although Cobos calls this a hymn, it is probably a prayer and not meant to be sung. Quality: Good.

  • Thumbnail for Indita de San Luis
    Indita de San Luis by Sandoval, Juan

    Albuquerque, New Mexico. Distortion. Quality: fair. PLEASE NOTE: this should be the ELEVENTH song on the audiofile.

  • Thumbnail for Vaqueros de Kansas
    Vaqueros de Kansas by Trujillo, Vidal de Jesus

    Santa Cruz, New Mexico. Informant sings a corrido about fifteen Mexican cowboys taking a herd of some five hundred head of cattle from northern Mexico to Kansas. Quality: good. PLEASE NOTE: this should be number 2 of 14 songs on the audiofile.

  • Thumbnail for El tecolotito
    El tecolotito by Trujillo, Alfonso

    Chimayo, New Mexico. Seven-year-old informant sings a children's song about an owl foraging for food in a little basket. Quality: good. PLEASE NOTE: this should be number 6 of 14 songs on the audiofile.

  • Thumbnail for Entriega de novios
    Entriega de novios by Trujillo, Vidal de Jesus

    Santa Cruz, New Mexico. Informant recites verses that he composed for a wedding. Includes commentary. Quality: good. PLEASE NOTE: this should be number 1 of 14 songs on the audiofile.

  • Thumbnail for La cubanita
    La cubanita by Chavez, Emilia

    Los Padillos, New Mexico.Fragment. Recited. Listed in index also as Reel #195.B.1,e (item 45.9). Quality: good. PLEASE NOTE: this should be number 14 of 27 songs on the audiofile.

  • Thumbnail for La muneca
    La muneca by Fernandez, Salvadora

    Paraje, New Mexico. Recited. Quality: good/fair. PLEASE NOTE: this should be number 7 of 21 songs on the audiofile.

  • Thumbnail for Versos de bautismo
    Versos de bautismo by anonymous

    Los Padillas, New Mexico. Two versos de bautismos. Recited. Quality: fair. PLEASE NOTE: this should be number 17 of 24 songs on the audiofile.

  • Thumbnail for Consejos de una vieja
    Consejos de una vieja by Rosales y Robinson

    Unknown location. No listing in Cobos index. Commercial recording. Quality: poor. PLEASE NOTE: this should be number 6 of 12 songs on the audiofile.