H. Owen Reed, Los Lobos, Nana Mouskouri, Ernesto Lecuona
Featuring the music of La Fiesta Mexicana by H. Owen Reed, Cancion del Mariachi by Los Lobos, Malaguena Salerosa by Nana Mouskouri,, and Malaguena by Ernesto Lecuona.
Winds and percussion by Manuel J. Maldonado.
Used by permission.
Part One begins with our main character, a member of the local mariachi band, going to Sunday church, framed by the music of H. Owen Reed's La Fiesta Mexicana. After a call from the priest, mass is let out, and our man heads off to an afternoon fiesta, depicted in the music, Cancion del Mariachi.
At the party he meets a beautiful woman and the scene is played out through the music of Malaguena Salerosa,
Our musician doesn't realize, however, that the woman has a very jealous boyfriend watching from afar. He confronts our musician while a mariachi band starts up in the front ensemble. The mariachi segue into the band performing the ever-popular Malaguena. as our mariachi fights for the new love of a woman. Who will win in the end?
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