Ranchera is a genre of the traditional music of Mexico originally sung by only one performer with a guitar. It dates to the years of the Mexican Revolution in the early 20th century. It later became closely associated with the mariachi groups which evolved in Jalisco. Ranchera today is also played by norteño (or Conjunto) or banda. Drawing on rural traditional folk music, ranchera developed as a symbol of a new national consciousness in reaction to the aristocratic tastes of the period.
A bright rhythmic waltz with strumming guitars and percussion driving it along. This track features all real instruments to create an authentic acoustic resonance. It has a feel good factor which will bring a smile to your face. Fun festive families and kids, cool and romantic. Film TV travel advert, Instrumental, Latin Music, Ranchera
Latin lullaby, with an accordion and a fiddle playing the sweet main theme over acoustic guitars and light percussion.
Some nylon-string improvisation towards the end of the track. Instrumental, Latin Music, Ranchera
Hot blooded, Tex-mex inspired, Pulp / Surf-rock, Slight Latino twang, with latin percussion and Mexican style trumpet, Very cool track - great for retro style productions, Instrumental, Latin Music, Ranchera
A beautiful acoustic, South or Central American or Mexican folk song. Classic dual 6/8 and 3/4 pulse. A Latin American dance or celebration. A couple strolling the streets on a hot summer night. A quiet, peaceful moment at a Fiesta. Acoustic guitars, violin, pan flute accordion put you there. Beach. Instrumental, Latin Music, Ranchera