We hired the Mariachi through Murray Hill Talent for our wedding last November and were absolutely happy with this choice. They were professional and friendly, and looked great as a band. The music was exactly what we wanted and they worked with us to get all the little details just right to make a surprise entrance to our party. We only hired them for an hour, but everyone talked about how much they enjoyed this part of the wedding! Would do it again in a heartbeat. WE also had a great experience getting everything set up with Cory, even though we were doing this only 2 weeks ahead of our big day.
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Mariachi , small Mexican musical ensemble composed of a variety of mostly stringed instruments. In addition to referring to an ensemble, the term mariachi is also used for the individual performer of mariachi music or for the music itself. Mariachi has long been considered a uniquely Mexican sound, representing a homegrown tradition that embraces both indigenous and foreign elements. The mariachi orchestra emerged in the late s or early s in west-central Mexico. Trumpets were not added until the early 20th century, but they are now more or less an essential element.
Loud, energetic and instantly recognisable, mariachi music will no doubt be the soundtrack to your Mexican getaway. When you think mariachi, you may well think of the colourful outfits and stomping shoes of a mariachi band, but the word itself refers to a type of music native to Mexico. A mariachi band performs this traditional music with a specific set of instruments, but no set number of musicians, meaning each band can create a very distinctive sound.
Modifications of the music include influences from other music such as polkas and waltzes , the addition of trumpets and the use of charro outfits by mariachi musicians. Most song lyrics are about machismo, love, betrayal, death, politics, revolutionary heroes and country life. On November 24, , Google dedicated its Google Doodle to mariachi. The origin of the word is disputed, but prominent theories attribute it to deep roots. One states that it comes from the name of the wood used to make the dance platform. In , a letter written by Father Cosme Santa Ana to the archbishop was discovered in the archives of a church, where he complains about the noise of the "mariachis" and dated in , long before the French occupation. The word mariachi was thought to have derived from the French word mariage "marriage" , dating from the French intervention in Mexico in the s, related to the music's appearance at weddings. This was a common explanation on record jackets and travel brochures.