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Cancionero 3, 2006

 File — Box: 2, CD: 20

Scope and Contents

Tracks: 1. Rio Grande - river, water, anonymous popular poem, 1910. 2. Indita del Rio Grande, by Benito Flores, arranged and sung by Jesus Armando "Chuy" Martinez. 3. Pa oekay, by Herman Agoyo, river poem, Okay Owingeh, San Juan Pueblo. 4. Acequias de Picuris, by Ramon Duran, irrigation ditch cleaning song, acequia, Picuris, NM. 5. Los Matachines, Bendicion de las Aguas, Matachines bless the waters, acequia for San Antonio, June 13. 6. Soy el Rio Grande, by Rafael Lobato, popular poem composed in 1976 about the river. 7. Corrido del Rio Grande, by Juan S. Lucero, history and culture of the river. 8. Indita del 1884, by Manuel Vigil, sung by Ricardo, Romano and Dante Berry, great river flood of and Manuel Rosas, great river flood of 1929. 10. Corre Corriente, by Cipriano Vigil, struggle to preserve the acequias, water. 11. Corrido de 1884. 9. Corrido de San Marcial, by Ramon Luna, sung by Roger Gabaldon la Cienega, by Roberto Mondragon and Manuel Ortega, successful fight against Santa Fe's 9th golf course, developers.

Note: Corrido songs selected by Lamadrid for his classes, copyright to the CDs held by Enrique Lamadrid. For the Spanish and English texts for the songs on these CDs see the 2002 Smithsonian exhibit booklet and the 2004 National Hispanic Cultural Center exibit booklet (box 1, folders 43 and 44)


  • 2006

Language of Materials

From the Collection: English Spanish

Access Restrictions

The collection is open for research.


From the Collection: 2 boxes (1.2 cu. ft.)

Repository Details

Part of the UNM Center for Southwest Research & Special Collections Repository

University of New Mexico Center for Southwest Research & Special Collections
University Libraries, MSC05 3020
1 University of New Mexico
Albuquerque NM 87131