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    untitled by Padilla, Porfirio

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

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    untitled by unknown

    Unknown location. Instrumental music. Fragment. Quality: Fair.

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    La bamba by Romero, Alberto

    Albuquerque, New Mexico. "La bamba" is one of the better known sones jarochos, or Veracruz folk tunes. A fast, vigorous folk dance of Mexican origin, its music shows strong Caribbean influence. May be a commercial recording. Quality: good/fair. PLEASE NOTE: this should be number 16 of 16 songs on the audiofile.

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    Valse de pano by Romero, Alberto

    Albuquerque, New Mexico. Particular waltz danced with a handkerchief (pano). Recording levels vary. Blank spot in recording. Quality: poor. PLEASE NOTE: this should be number 12 of 14 songs on the audiofile.

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    La varsoviana by Romero, Alberto

    Albuquerque, New Mexico. Recording levels vary. Quality: fair/poor. PLEASE NOTE: this should be number 13 of 14 songs on the audiofile.

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    La varsoviana by Cata, Regina Alvarado de

    San Juan Pueblo, New Mexico. Informant discusses her trip to Chihuahua, Mexico, where she learned to dance. Sings part of "La varsoviana." Quality: fair/poor. PLEASE NOTE: this should be number 3 of 30 songs on the audiofile.

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    El 'talian by anonymous

    Albuquerque, New Mexico. Quality: Good

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    Valse de cadena by Romero, Alberto

    Albuquerque, New Mexico. Originally the valse de cadena was so-called because the dancers formed a cadena or chain as they danced around the dance floor. Of all the valses, this is one of the most interesting to perform and to watch Recording cut off. Quality: fair. PLEASE NOTE: this should be number 6 of 16 songs on the audiofile.

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    La Jesusita by Romero, Alberto

    Albuquerque, New Mexico. Piece of Mexican origin dating from the days of the Mexican Revolution. Cut off. Quality: good. PLEASE NOTE: this should be number 3 of 27 songs on the audiofile.

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    La Camila by Romero, Alberto

    Albuquerque, New Mexico. Recording levels vary. Quality: fair/poor. PLEASE NOTE: this should be number 4 of 16 songs on the audiofile.

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    Alegrias by Romero, Alberto

    Albuquerque, New Mexico. Alegrias (Joys) is a Spanish folk dance that has not taken root among the Spanish-speaking people of New Mexico. Recordings of this and some other folk dances are usually played for the music they contain. May be a commercial recording. Recording levels vary. Quality: fair. PLEASE NOTE: this should be number 10 of 16 songs on the audiofile.

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    La varsoviana by Cata, Regina Alvarado de

    San Juan Pueblo, New Mexico. Harmonica. Quality: fair/poor. PLEASE NOTE: this should be number 6 of 30 songs on the audiofile.

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    Cutilio by anonymous

    Albuquerque, New Mexico. Trio plays the music of a cutilio, or cotillion. Quality: Good

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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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    El mas bonito pie by Romero, Alberto

    Albuquerque, New Mexico. El mas bonito pie (The Prettiest Fool) is a folk dance of Spanish provenience. Not popular in New Mexico and danced mostly by trained dancers who participate in local fiestas or at school dances. May be a commercial recording. Quality: fair. PLEASE NOTE: this should be number 13 of 16 songs on the audiofile.

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    La mesticita by Romero, Alberto

    Albuquerque, New Mexico. La mesticita (from mestizo, or mixed blood) is a folk dance of Mexican provenience. Very popular, particularly in school dances. May be a commercial recording. Quality: good/fair. PLEASE NOTE: this should be number 12 of 16 songs on the audiofile.

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    Las espuelas by Romero, Alberto

    Albuquerque, New Mexico. Las espuelas (The Spurs) is a Spanish folk dance not as popular as some of the other New Mexico and southern Colorado folk dances. Combines rhythms of the waltz and the polka. May be a commercial recording. Quality: good/fair. PLEASE NOTE: this should be number 8 of 16 songs on the audiofile.

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    Cuna: La Felicitas by Lovato, Meliton

    Cuba, New Mexico. No listing in Cobos index. Violin (Pena) and guitar (Lovato). Distortion. Quality: fair/poor. PLEASE NOTE: this should be number 10 of 25 songs on the audiofile.

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    Serena esta la noche by Korte, Joe Edward

    Las Vegas, New Mexico. No listing in Cobos index. Violin. Distortion. Quality: fair/poor. PLEASE NOTE: this should be number 12 of 25 songs on the audiofile.

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    La varsoviana by Cata, Regina Alvarado de

    San Juan Pueblo, New Mexico. No listing in Cobos index. See item 47.8. Quality: good/fair. PLEASE NOTE: this should be number 22 of 30 songs on the audiofile.

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    La varseliana by Montano, Felicitas

    Tome, New Mexico. No listing in Cobos index. Quality: good/fair. PLEASE NOTE: this should be number 9 of 17 songs on the audiofile.

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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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    Valse de Gorgonio by anonymous

    Albuquerque, New Mexico. Performed by an instrumental trio. Quality: Good

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    El chote vaquero by Romero, Alberto

    Albuquerque, New Mexico. "El chote vaquero" (The Cowboy Schottische) is a local adaptation of the European schottische. The term vaquero suggests a local provenience for this fast moving dance. May be a commercial recording. Quality: good. PLEASE NOTE: this should be number 1 of 27 songs on the audiofile.