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    Mexican Music

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    Music plays a big role in the life of a Mexican. They could never live a life without art. Music in Mexico allows people to talk and express how they feel about something or someone which is usually in their past. This helps people celebrate life and love. History and legends are an overcoming of cruel treatments. The history has experienced an enormous change from the sound of the drums of a Mayan or Aztec ceremony to some modern Mexican rap. Over the years the music has changed. Mexican music takes previous rhythms and sounds from a song and makes in a new song. There are many types of Mexican music such as Mariachi, Ranchera and Norteno. Mariachi music is very common at national celebrations or public parties (fiestas), weddings, large…

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    A Short Summary On Mexico

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    people of Mexico. Explore the variety of sandy beaches in its blazing hot climate, and giant volcanoes. Travel to Mexico to learn about their lifestyle, sports and religion including the amazing history of Mexico. Come on by and don 't wait another minute to visit Mexico! Location: Mexico is located at about 23 degrees North and 102 degrees West in the southern portion of North America. It is also located in a region known as Middle America. In addition, Mexico is a little over 3,200 kilometer…

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    stories about people or a historical event. Even though this genre started as early as 1810 it is still very popular to this day. Today’s corridos have significantly changed since then. Today’s corridos have significantly changed from back then when they first started. Nowadays it is mostly “narcocorridos”. They started around the 1970s but, in the 1990s it is when they sparked and progressed really quickly. The “narcocorridos” talk about a variety of topics. These are about drug lords,…

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    Essay On Mariachi Music

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    Mariachi music was always present in my life. Since I can remember, my family would always support my uncle’s performances since he was in a Mariachi group. My father would cry listening to Vicente Fernandez sing “Por Tu Maldito Amor.” My husband sent me serenata as an anniversary gift. In the beginning, I hated Mariachi music. However, as I grew older, I began to admire Mariachi music and actually began to be interested in discovering the culture and the history of Mariachi music. Mariachi…

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    Mexico is located in North America and borders both the Caribbean Sea and the Gulf of Mexico between the United States and Belize. It also borders the North Pacific Ocean between the United States and Guatemala. Its climate ranges from tropical to desert (CIA). Close to 93% speak Spanish only, 5.7% speak Spanish and some indigenous languages (including: Nahuatl, Mayan, etc.) and less than 2% speaking only an indigenous language or another unspecified language (CIA). The capital of Mexico is…

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    Culture is the way we dress, the food we eat, art we make, music we play, and the way live. The Mexican culture was influenced by the Spanish, who sailed over from Europe, its a mix of old and new. It is made up of the custom and traditions of many people, starting with the religion, to celebrating, to arts, music, dancing, and food. Catholic missionaries first arrived from Spain in the early 1500. They converted millions of indigenous people to Catholicism, and natives were too afraid to…

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    cultural report, I ate dinner with my family at Gran Ranchero, an authentic Mexican restaurant in Parkersburg, West Virginia. The first thing I noticed about the restaurant was the décor. There were sombreros, maracas, and murals of homes and people in Mexico on the walls on the restaurant. There was also traditional Mexican music being played in the restaurant. Our waiter us gave our greeting in Spanish and then translated it into English. He said “Hola, como estas?” I also noticed that most of…

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    different cultures in the world and it would be too difficult to try to explain all of them. I know that the only way that I could explain a culture is to explain one that I already know well enough. Mexican culture is a culture that is closely related to me because my family comes directly from Mexico. My parents have greatly influenced my Mexican culture. Mexican culture has a wide variety of festivities, foods, traditions, and dances. Important holidays celebrated in Mexico are “El Día de…

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    Lifestyle Of The Mexicans

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    The lifestyle of the Mexicans By: Nicholas John Hall The people in Mexico place a high value on family and traditional values. Mexico consists of many different ethnic groups. The Mestizo make up 60% of the population, Amerindians count for 30%, and the last 10% consist of white people. The most populous city in Mexico is Mexico City which is also the capital of Mexico with a population of 8.8 million. Many people in Mexico struggle to make a living because the minimum wage is worth $5 USD.…

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    The transition of Mexicans into American communities is full of issues. Many Mexicans do not speak English, and do not try to learn once they’re there. This is due to them living in a closed Mexican community which means they have less exposure to English speaking Americans. The segregation of the Mexican community can create tension between migrants and locals, which in some cases can lead to crime and violence. A large amount of people in America are fluent in Spanish, so the necessity to…

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