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    Versos de chiquiado by Baca, Teresa

    Lemitar, New Mexico. Four quatrains from the dance game valse chiquiado. Recited. Quality: Fair

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    Te vas porque yo quiero que te vayas by Lerma, Adela

    Albuquerque, New Mexico. Popular song from Mexico. Quality: good.

  • Thumbnail for Como que queria llover
    Como que queria llover by Chavez, Emilio

    Artesia, New Mexico. Quality: Fair/Poor.

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    Te quiero porque te quiero by Chavez, Emilio

    Artesia, New Mexico. Quality: Fair/Poor.

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    Corrido de Feliciano by Padilla, Porfirio

    Albuquerque, New Mexico. Quality: good/fair. PLEASE NOTE: this should be the THIRTEENTH song on the audiofile.

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    La morilla by Padilla, Porfirio

    Albuquerque, New Mexico. Performed on the accordion. Quality: good/fair. PLEASE NOTE: this should be the SEVENTEENTH song on the audiofile.

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    O, dulcisima Maria by Torres family

    Escondida, New Mexico. Friends, relatives, and the Torres family celebrate the feast of the Holy Cross on May 3, 1971. Appears to be a continuation of item 14.3. Tape speed is incorrect. Quality: Poor.

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    untitled by Torres family

    Escondida, New Mexico. A group of singers from Rinconada, New Mexico, celebrates the feast of the Holy Cross (May 3, 1971). Singers in the group include the Torres family, relatives, and friends. Quality: Good/Fair.

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    Entreiga de novios by Trujillo, Vidal Jesus

    Santa Cruz, New Mexico. Biographical information in verse and "Entriega de novios" lyrics. Includes commentary. Quality: Fair.

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    Cancion humoristica by anonymous

    Albuquerque, New Mexico. Tape speed is incorrect. Quality: Poor.

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    A San Luis Gonzaga by Romero, Candelaria

    Pena Blanca, New Mexico. Quality: Good.

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    Tus ojos by Mercado, Ida

    Albuquerque, New Mexico. Recited. Quality: Good/Fair.

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    Entriega de novios by Dominguez, Abranita

    Bernalillo, New Mexico. There are more than thirty-seven verses in this rendition. Recited. Quality Good/Fair.

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    La palma by anonymous

    Albuquerque, New Mexico. Late nineteenth-century Mexican folk song sung with a twentieth-century flair. Quality: Fair.

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    Corrido del final de San Marcial by Ortega, Eduplio

    Bernardo, New Mexico. A flood wipes out the village of San Marcial. Composed by Ramon Luna. Recited. Quality: Good/Fair.

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    La huera (Me case con una huera) by Berry, Edwin

    Tome, New Mexico. Conclusion of "El venadito," together with two other songs. Includes whistling. Fragment. Quality: Good/Fair.

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    Yo ya me voy, para donde de ire by Romero, Candelaria

    Pena Blanca, New Mexico. Song also known as "La Jaunita." Recited. Quality: Good.

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    El solterito by Berry, Edwin

    Tome, New Mexico. Old folk song satirizing the young unmarried man at the turn of the century. A young man finds his first job and at the end of his first day's work he asks for a wife. Includes commentary. Quality: good. PLEASE NOTE: this should be number 14 of 21 songs on the audiofile.

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    Por tu pasion, Jesus mio by Berry, Edwin

    Tome, New Mexico. Well-known anonymous sonnet, "A Cristo crucificado" (To Christ on the Cross), may be included at the end of this selection. Quality: good. PLEASE NOTE: this should be number 1 of 28 songs on the audiofile.

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    Indita del '84 by Berry, Edwin

    Tome, New Mexico. Unaccompanied version of the ballad about the Rio Grande flood at Tome, New Mexico. Commentary provides information about the composer, Manuel ("Lito") Vigil. According to the informant, Vigil lived in St. Louis and was one of hte first persons in and around Tome who spoke fluent English. Quality: good. PLEASE NOTE: this should be number 2 of 14 songs on the audiofile.

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    El cerco de Tome by Berry, Edwin

    Tome, New Mexico. Quality: good. PLEASE NOTE: this should be number 1 of 14 songs on the audiofile.

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    El senor Don Gato by Berry, Edwin

    Tome, New Mexico. Mr. Cat (Don Gato) is resting in a gold chair. A friend tells him that a female cat is on the roof. Don Gato goes to the roof to take a look and falls down and breaks his ribs. When the doctor comes, Don Gato has died. Quality: good. PLEASE NOTE: this should be number 11 of 14 songs on the audiofile.

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    La rielera by Berry, Edwin

    Tome, New Mexico. Song from the Mexican revolution. "La rielera" (The Railroad Girl) says that she works on the railroad and is very happy with her soldier friend (mi Juan). Tune for this song is used in "Yo soy chicano." Quality: good/fair. PLEASE NOTE: this should be number 15 of 28 songs on the audiofile.

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    Yo vide una rosa by Berry, Edwin

    Tome, New Mexico. Romantic song from the late nineteenth century. The song tells how pleasure and passion come to an end together with everything else in life. Quality: fair. PLEASE NOTE: this should be number 5 of 28 songs on the audiofile.

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    Andala chichigua by Berry, Edwin

    Tome, New Mexico. Continuation of item 44.20. Quality: good/fair. PLEASE NOTE: this should be number 21 of 28 songs on the audiofile.