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Music in Alamos

Three types of canciónes (songs) heard in Alamos are the ranchera, the corrido and the huapango.

[Day of the Dead skeleton playing his guitar: 7k]

CDs make a nice selection to remember your time in Alamos. CDs and cassettes sometimes available from the shops and the Museo on the Plaza.

Figure 1: Guitar Player, Carolyn Leigh's Day of the Dead skeleton print available at http://www.carolynleigh.com/

More info (the following links are not kept updated):

Playing is Malagueña, an 8k midi file, #197 by E. Lecouna on the guitar, from Flute Midi at http://www4.osk.3web.ne.jp/~kasumitu/eng.htm
and Perfidia, a 10k midi file from Juan Perez at http://www.juanperez.com/musica.html. Perfidia is one of the songs featured on Te Digo Adios.

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