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¡Corrido! : the living ballad of Mexico's western coast

Author: John Holmes McDowell; Carlos Fernández; Patricia Glushko
Publisher: Albuquerque : University of New Mexico Press, 2015.
Edition/Format:   Print book : State or province government publication : English : First editionView all editions and formats
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"The present compilation of ballads from the Mexican states of Guerrero and Oaxaca documents one of the world's great traditions of heroic song, a tradition that has thrived continuously for the last hundred years. The 107 corridos presented here, gathered during ethnographic research over a period of twenty-five years in settlements on Mexico's Costa Chica and Costa Grande, offer a window into the ethos of heroism  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Criticism, interpretation, etc
Material Type: Government publication, State or province government publication
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: John Holmes McDowell; Carlos Fernández; Patricia Glushko
ISBN: 9780826337436 0826337430
OCLC Number: 894128624
Description: xvi, 436 pages : illustrations, music ; 26 cm
Contents: Regional standards. Simón Blanco --
Chante Luna --
El Ciruelo --
Juan Escudero --
La Gallinita --
Los hermanos Zequeida --
Moisés Colón --
Genaro Vázquez --
Lucio Cabañas --
Modesta Ayala --
Maximiliano de Hapsburgo --
Delgadina --
Los faroles de Acapulco --
Cruz Grande. House of the Gallardos, August 5, 1972. Gonzalo Gallardo --
La Carta Blanca --
Prisco Sánchez --
Chicharrón --
Juan Colón --
El Culebro --
Chautengo --
Antonio Vélez --
Ernesto Gallardo and Alejandro Mejía, January 28, 1989. Jesús Díaz --
Mauro Lorenzo --
Raúl Domínguez --
Sidonio --
Juvencio and Meche Vargas. Juvencio Vargas, January 22, 1989. Moisés Martínez --
Ignacio Remedios --
Quiñones --
Augustín Rojas --
Filadelfo --
Martín Díaz --
Rufino Salinas --
Gaudencio Guerrero --
Enedino Carranza --
Juvencio Vargas with Meche Vargas, February 4, 1989. Silvano Ramos --
El Chicharrón --
Apolonio --
Rubén Ramos --
Janilcio con Colón --
Margarito Hernández --
El diecinueve de junio --
El Negro Durazo --
Lalo Reyes --
Máximo Valente --
Cándido González --
Indalecio Añorve --
Juan Antonio --
Santiago Rodríguez --
Collaborations. Juvencio Vargas with José Albines, February 8, 1989. Manuel Carreño --
Guardito Guzmán --
El guacho --
Gomecindo Pastrana --
El Garrobo Agujillo --
Práxedes Guerrero --
El restaurán de Lila --
Enrique Mares with Juvencio Vargas, March 9, 1990. Alejandrino Ambrosias --
Chegüe --
Emiliano Radilla --
Los guachos --
Demetrio Gazga --
Nacho Carmona --
Juan Chanito --
Julio Noyola --
Mingo Martínez --
Juvencio Vargas and Moisés Vargas, February 11, 1989. Elyria Carmona --
Ometepec and Cuajinicuilapa. Moisés Vargas with Isaac Vargas, January 26, 1989. La Mula Bronca --
La vaca y los militares --
Nicho Esteves --
Isaac Vargas with Moisés Vargas Jr., April 11, 1996. La muerte de Quiñón --
El Cobarde, January 27, 1989. El oaxaqueño --
Abel Torres --
Marino y sus vaqueros --
José Figueroa, August 1972. Tomás Marín --
Taurino Colón and Agustín Mayo, April 11, 1996. Palemón --
Nere Laredo --
Custodio --
Juan Saguilán Peña and Teódulo García Pastrana, May 6, 1996. Lo de Soto --
Yo maté a Simón Blanco --
El Coyote de Cuaji --
Antonio Zárate --
Pedrito Torres --
Matías Rojas --
Acapulco. Los hermanos Arizmendi, June 26, 1972, and January 13, 1989. Juan Carmona --
El Manco --
Tiene lumbre el comal --
Vicente Guerrero --
Los Torres --
Los Dinámicos, February 7, 1996. El Animalito --
Manuel Rayón --
Claudio Bahena --
Aurelio Santos --
El Dulce --
Tomás Navarrete and friends, February 12, 1996. Los dos comandantes --
El Güero Jeigo --
Commercial audiocassette. Tragedia en Aguas Blancas --
Costa Grande. Tecpan de Galeana, at the Texta Torres home, July 20, 1972. Emilio Gallardo --
Ramón Romero --
Los Nogueda --
Villareal --
Melquiades --
El Tigre de la Sierra --
Valente de la Cruz --
Tata Gildo --
Los hermanos Morales, Zihuatanejo Beach, March 1996. Macario Leyva --
Luis Chávez --
Chema Arroyo --
Tive López.
Responsibility: collected, transcribed, arranged, and annotated by John Holmes McDowell ; with musical transcriptions by Carlos Fernández and photographs by Patricia Glushko.
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This compilation of ballads from the Mexican states of Guerrero and Oaxaca documents one of the world's great traditions of heroic song, a tradition that has thrived continuously for the last hundred  Read more...

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