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    Entriega de novios by Montano, Natividad

    Tierra Amarilla. No listing in Cobos index. Quality:Fair

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    El circo de Tome by Berry, Edwin

    Tome, New Mexico. Background on the sale of the Tome grant and two verses composed by Edwin Berry about the sale of the Tome grant: "El circo de Tome" and "El corrido de aqui y de alli."

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    Como que queria llover by Chavez, Emilio

    Artesia, New Mexico. Quality: Fair/Poor.

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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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    El hombre soltero by anonymous

    Albuquerque, New Mexico. The recommendation of this song is to stay unmarried as long as possible. Tape speed is incorrect. Quality: Fair.

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    Tonada alegre by Padilla, Porfirio

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

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    untitled by Padilla, Porfirio

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

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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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    untitled by Torres family

    Escondida, New Mexico. The family of Vicente G. Torres, relatives, and friends sing hymns of praise in celebration of the Holy Cross, My 3, 1971. Includes introduction of performers. Voice of announcer sometimes covers singers. Quality: Good/Fair.

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    untitled by Thomas, Anita

    Taos, New Mexico. Continuation of item 18.7. Origin of New Mexican dances: quotations from American journals. Quality: Good

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    Adios, Plaze de El Manzano by Lopez, Nalecio

    El Manzano, New Mexico. Song honoring the people of the village of El Manzano, New Mexico. Quality: 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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    El 'talian by anonymous

    Albuquerque, New Mexico. Quality: Good

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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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    Juan Pirulero by Children's chorus directed by Guadalupe Baca y Vaughn

    Taos, New Mexico. Includes commentary. Quality: Good

  • Thumbnail for Vente, borracho, conmigo
    Vente, borracho, conmigo by Mercado, Ida

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

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    Los Manueles by Berry, Edwin

    Tome, New Mexico. "Los Manueles" is a New Year's custom of friends visiting neighbors and greeting them in song and poetry in the wee hours of the morning. Numerous persons named "Manuel" are mentioned. Includes talk about la gala, or tip, and el reenganche, or recruiting of farm workers. Quality: Good.

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    Una noche serena by Berry, Edwin

    Tome, New Mexico. Includes commentary. Quality: Good/Fair.

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    Te adoro by Berry, Edwin

    Tome, New Mexico. Includes commentary. Quality: Good/Fair.

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    Indita de Cochiti by Trujillo, Felix, J.

    Raton, New Mexico. Fragment. Recited. Quality: Good/Fair. PLEASE NOTE: This should be number 2 of 19 songs on audiofile.

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    Cuando en la playa by Berry, Edwin

    Tome, New Mexico. Romantic love song popular in Mexico and the American Southwest at the end of the nineteenth century. It tells of a sailor coming home and being met by his beloved. As the ship gets close to port both the captain and the young man see the girl, and the captain nearly loses control of the ship. Quality: good. PLEASE NOTE: this should be number 17 of 21 songs on the audiofile.

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    Indita del Rio Grande by Berry, Edwin

    Tome, New Mexico. Rare local ballad about the 1884 Rio Grande flood that almost destroyed the town of Tome. Father J.B. Ralliere checks the church to determine if it is in danger of destruction by the turbulent waters of the river. Interference in middle of song. Quality: fair. PLEASE NOTE: this should be number 6 of 28 songs on the audiofile.

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    Yo vide bajar un bulto by Berry, Edwin

    Tome, New Mexico. Informant sings a folk song about a man who sees a ghost coming down from Sierra Lucera. The ghost turns out to be a barnyard snake that is out to scare someone. Quality: good. PLEASE NOTE: this should be number 15 of 21 songs on the audiofile.

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    No hagas polvo, mujer by Berry, Edwin

    Tome, New Mexico. Informant pays tribute to the poet Prospero Baca from Bernalillo, New Mexico. Cut off. Quality: good. PLEASE NOTE: this should be number 7 of 14 songs on the audiofile.