Belen, New Mexico. Two quatrains and the refrain of a song composed in the late nineteenth century. It made fun of Gilbert's great-grandfather. Includes commentary. Quality: Good/Fair.
Tome, New Mexico. Alabado. Composed by the late Demetria Olona, an alabado singer from Tome. Includes commentary. Quality: good.
Socorro, New Mexico. Informant sings two strophes from the introductory song used in the pageant Las posadas. Quality: Good/Fair
Ortega, Trinidad. Informant recites one strophe of an unidentified song and one verse of a poem. Quality: Fair
Included is a short dialogue between St. Michael and the devil. Quality: Good/Fair
Albuquerque, New Mexico. Performed as a duet. Quality: Fair.
Hernandez, New Mexico. Informant sings a wedding song she herself composed to celebrate the marriage of Viola Montoya and Del Barela on December 18, 1971. Recording levels vary. Quality: Fair
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
Rancho de Taos, New Mexico. Jacobo Bernal recites the lyrics of a very poplar late nineteenth-century love song. Recited. Quality: Good
Lemitar, New Mexico. Four quatrains from the dance game valse chiquiado. Recited. Quality: Fair
Albuquerque, New Mexico. Five couplets from the dance game "valse chiquiado." Quality: Good
Tierra Amarilla. Recited. Quality:Fair
Ojo Caliente, New Mexico. Mexican popular music. Instrumental. Quality:Fair
Vequita, New Mexico. Quality:Fair
Tome, New Mexico. See item 9.13. Quality: Good/ Fair.
Leyba, New Mexico. Quality: Fair.
Albuquerque, New Mexico. Comparison of the old and the new ways. Quality: Good.
Pojoaque, New Mexico. Recited. See item 7.31. Quality: Fair.
Leyba, New Mexico. See item 11.4. Quality: Poor.
Tome, New Mexico. Includes commentary. Quality: good.
Artesia, New Mexico. Quality: poor