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New audiences for Mexican music

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Alternate title:New generation of Latino artists
Summary:The first part of the program describes banda, a popular dance music that originated in Mexico over a century ago and is now sweeping Los Angeles. The second part of the program features the Texas-based mariachi band, Campanas de América. The third part of the program examines Tejano music, and its most popular performer, Selena y los Dinos.
Contributor:Rodriguez, Joe
Gerza, Eduardo
Selena 1971-1995
Provider:KLRN (Television station : San Antonio, Tex.)
Films for the Humanities (Firm)
Campanas de América (Musical group)
Dinos (Musical group)
Century:1901-2000
Place of origin – Continent:North America
Place of origin – Country:United States of America
Place of origin – Region:Texas
Topical subjects:Mexican Americans Texas Music
Hispanic American musicians
Tejano music
Tejano musicians
Mariachi
Dance music United States
Popular music Texas History and criticism
Popular music United States History and criticism
Selena 1971-1995
Campanas de América (Musical group)
Dinos (Musical group)
Credits:Narrators, Joe Rodriguez, Eduardo Garza. Camera, Alberto Dominguez, Alex Velez, Sergio Gonzales.
Repository:Nonprint Media Services
Browse terms:Performing Arts, Music
Films@UM Browse terms:Music
Latin American Studies
Collection:Films@UM
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