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Long live Mexico! Prepare your playlist and celebrate ‘El Grito’ with these songs

Something that characterizes Mexico in addition to its food or the beautiful tourist places to visit is that the vernacular or regional Mexican music is very popular in different parts of the world. And there is no better date to listen to it than September 15.

And as on Independence Day we bring out our Mexican side even more and put our country on high, We leave you some songs that cannot be missing from your playlist so you can listen to them while you enjoy your dinner or simply celebrate September 15.

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On this important day in which we celebrate our Independence, Mexican music should not be missing, which is characteristic that it is full of guitar chords.guitarrones, trumpets and other popular instruments in vernacular music.

Within this genre, singers such as Jose Alfredo Jimenez, Pedro Infante, Vicente Fernández, Javier Solís, Lola Beltrán, among many others who have songs that are heard every September 15.

Mexico Beautiful and beloved

Without a doubt, this song is one of the classics that cannot be missing from any Mexican music playlist.. The song was composed by Chuco Monge and the first to record it was the Tariacuri trio in 1945, but its greatest success was achieved when Jorge Negrete interpreted it.

cute little sky

“Oh, oh, sing and don’t cry”, a phrase that all Mexicans and even foreigners know. cute baby has its origin in 1882 when Quirino Mendoza y Cortés composed it for his wife. The first time it was recorded was in 1918 and it is so popular that several singers have performed it, such as Pedro Infante, Lola Beltrán or Luciana Pavarotti.

Tapatio syrup

Listening to the first notes of this song, it is impossible not to feel proud of being Mexican. This piece is used for traditional dances, which, without a doubt, are quite a spectacle to see dancers professionals dance it while wearing a charro suit and in the case of women a spectacular dress.

The sound of the black

Although it is not known for sure who composed the song, researcher Jesús Jáuregui from the National Institute of Anthropology and History concluded that The sound of the black It was composed between 1812 and 1821. The most popular version that we currently know It was recorded in 1937 by the Mariachi Tapatío de Jesús Marmolejo.

The king

nothing like listening The king so that everyone present at a meeting begins to sing it. This song was composed by José Alfredo Jiménez, who gave it great popularity, however, it has been recorded on different occasions, one of the best known is the one made by Vicente Fernández.

Mexico on the skin

During his career, Luis Miguel has performed songs with mariachi, one of them is Mexico on the skin, whose letter portrays how beautiful each of the states that make up the country have. The lyrics were written by José Manuel Fernández Espinosa, said theme andIt is included in the 2004 album of Sun which is named after the song.

Turn around

Another song that is well known and has been recorded by several singers, including Luis Miguel, is the Turn around which was written by José Alfredo Jiménez and it is believed that the part of the letter where it says: “And I will go with the sun when the afternoon dies”, inspired the design of his tomb, whichue is located in the pantheon of Dolores, Hidalgo.

Long live Mexico

Long live Mexico It is a song that is always heard on Mexican nights, especially on September 15. The person in charge of writing this topic that makes us proud to be Mexicans was Pedro Galindo Garza, who also wrote other songs like The Malaguenawhich is considered a difficult piece to sing.


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