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Mariachi Vargas de Tecalitlan performs in Ann Arbor Nov. 5 2010

Mariachi Vargas de Tecalitlan

A Mexican icon at Hill Nov. 5

From the November, 2010 issue

The mariachi band--perhaps half a dozen violins, a few trumpets, several guitars of different sizes and names, and often a harp or some other instrument--is a common enough representation of Mexican culture to be called a stereotype. It's always worth looking into things for which we've forgotten the reasons and origins, and the visit to town by the Mariachi

 
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