Conjunto literally translates as "group," and is regionally accepted in Texas as defining a genre of music that was born out of south Texas at the end of the 19th Century, after German settlers introduced the button accordion. In Mexico the term conjunto is associated with Norteño and Tejano music. Since Tejano was bred out of Norteña music originally, this association is not entirely false. However, due to various cultural and socioeconomic developments in the 1900s, Norteña musicians began trailblazing the Tejano genre as a tangent to Conjunto.
Mysterious and pulsing, featuring slick classical guitar and rhythmic percussion with an ethereal introduction to create a sensual, emotive feeling. Great for scenes depicting ethnic dancing and romance. Instrumental, Latin Music, Conjunto
Rhythmic and warm, featuring ethnic pan pipes, bouncy accordion and ethereal synthesizer to create a heroic, global mood. Works well for light circus or fantasy scenes. Instrumental, Latin Music, Conjunto
Festive and feel-good, featuring etherial ethnic percussion, driving bass drum and powerful congas that create a mood that is earthy and sneaky. Great for ethnic party and exotic scenes. Instrumental, Latin Music, Conjunto
Fun salsa instrumental song featuring catchy and melodic horn section with very danceable percussion sections. Songs starts right off with very catchy themed melody, then works down to a grooving salsa beat. Great for scene looking for a little Latin flavor. Instrumental, Latin Music, Conjunto