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Mariachi Alegre de Tucson Reviews!

On Weddingwire.com, Mariachi Alegre de Tucson has received an average of 5.0/5.0 stars! The lowest scoring in any section was a 4.5, while still maintaining a 4.9 average for that customer. WeddingWire even awarded us the Couples Choice Award for 2013. Other sites boast high reviews for our groups as well, often with individual scored

 
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Dia de los Muertos: The Day of the Dead

Halloween for Americans is fast approaching. Dia de los Muertos is observed around the same time and is often compared to Halloween and related holidays. This day is a much bigger deal in Mexico than Halloween is in the States. The deep tradition include building private alters to honor the deceased with intricate designs of

 
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Mariachi Clothing and Popularity (History Pt 2)

Since the 1930’s, the Mariachi outfits consisted of a short cut jacket and wool boot-cut pants to allow the wearer to don riding boots. Often the outfit is black with white or gold trim, but can be seen with red coats or pants as well as other various colors. This ensemble is called a traje

 
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How Did Mariachi Come To Be? (History Pt 1)

The Christian influence upon Mexico changed the music traditions. Cortes and the Christians brought stringed instruments, horns, and woodwinds. With this influence, the mestizo musicians began using the new instruments as well as making their own, leading to theatrical Spanish orchestra between the 16th and 18th centuries which consisted of 2 violins, a hard, and

 
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Mariachi: Not just for Quinceañeras anymore!

Picture a Mariachi band in your head. Close your eyes and let your brain recreate the scene where you first saw one perform. It was a joyous event with friends and family laughing and having a great time, I bet. This is what we strive for at Mariachi Alegre de Tucson. Our bands are guaranteed

 
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Mariachi Funerals and Masses during the Summer – $180

Published on July 8, 2014 by in Mariachi Band

Summer is a time for vacations and fun; water play and picnics; parties and suntans. It is always a relief when school is out and a rigid schedule does not have to be kept. They don’t call them the hazy, crazy, lazy days of summer for no reason. Even though the summer months do bring

 
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Mariachi Band for Arizona Summer Weddings

Published on July 5, 2014 by in Mariachi Band

Summertime is the time of year when many brides choose to schedule their weddings.  The weather makes it easy to stage an outdoor event, if that is what the bride chooses, but even an inside service could easily flow to an outside reception, with special lighting, candles, dancing, eating, and toasts. Yes, the daytime temperatures will be

 
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Mariachi Alegre de Tucson and Seranatas

Seranatas may be one of the most romantic ideas you have ever heard. If you are a girl, you will probably agree that having a group of handsome men singing love songs to you and you alone, is just about as good as it gets.  In the old days a seranata, which is just the Spanish word

 
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Mariachi at the Time of your Sorrow

Yes, Mariachi is often the sound of gaiety, laughter, and dancing.  But for those of the Mexican culture, or for those who are drawn to the Mexican culture, the Mariachi band is a familiar and proper way to say “good-bye” to your loved one. Fortunately, there is Mariachi Alegre de Tucson*, led by George Bejarano

 
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Dia del Padre con Mariachi Alegre de Tucson

  This Sunday is Father’s Day.  A day to celebrate our fathers, living and those who have gone on before us.  The US version of Father’s Day is a happy celebration, and we Mexican-Americans have taken this day of celebrating our fathers into our hearts , as well.  There is a Dia del Padre in Mexico,

 
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