The Corrido is a popular narrative song and poetry form, a ballad. The songs are often about oppression, history, daily life for peasants, and other socially important information. It is still a popular form today. Unlike Rancheras, the rhythm of a Corrido remains fairly consistent. The Corrido has a rhythm similar to that of the European waltz, whereas Rancheras can be played at a variety of rhythms. Corridos often tell stories, while rancheras are for dancing. Like rancheras, corridos can be played by mariachi, norteño, banda, duranguense, Tejano and grupero bands. The instruments used to play the song differ with the type of band that plays the Corrido.
Small ensemble festive traditional style 6/8 Mexican feel. Enticing dual guitar picked melody with nylon string guitar and accordion accompaniment. Clapper and cajon percussion joins for the finale. A crisp refined and fun Latin folk track evoking a hero's return, a good fiesta or a beach night. Instrumental, Latin Music, Corrido
La Cucaracha. The song "La Cucaracha" is of Spanish origin. It gained its greatest popularity during the Mexican Revolution of the early 20th century. However, the song is mentioned in 1883, and possibly as early as 1818. Instrumental, Latin Music, Corrido
A traditional Mexican song of Corrido Genre,instrumental song with guitars and percussion.Fun music ideal for Commercial Advertising, Video Games,Slot Machine,Radio Jingle, Radio Spot, Web, Disney Film Soundtracks. Suitable for Children's productions and Comedy tv show. Instrumental, Latin Music, Corrido
A happy sounding Mexican track featuring mandolin and guitar. All real instruments. Playful fun and festive. Romantic adventure or comedy, cooking show, restaurant, travelogue, cultural highlights, Latino sitcom themesong, road show, buddy movie. Families and kids, dancing, swirling fiesta music. Instrumental, Latin Music, Corrido