- n. Plural form of mariachi.
“I know this is how it is every year on the most solemn days of the Resurrection of the Lord, and who knows how many crimes and excesses are committed in these diversions which are generally referred to in these part as 'mariachis'.”
“The café-lined square draws musical groups from elsewhere than Veracruz, such as mariachis and accordion-playing norteños who roam from table to table playing songs.”
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“The entertainment is great and varied: folk dancers, mariachis, or ranchero singers.”
“It is under cover, usually starts with a little something for the kids, may be folk dancers, mariachis, ranchero singers, even sometimes the Jalisco Philharmonic.”
“Besides that there are roving mariachis who will play your favorite song for 120 pesos.”
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“Cocula mariachis are said to cling to the traditional sound, never to be confused with polka or country and western Willie Nelson or Garth Brooks.”
“The host who greets visitors and discreetly flips a switch to light up exhibits would also turn on background music, mariachis of course.”
“Throughout the match, the perennially popular bull sat empty and the mariachis stood quietly as fans in dark sunglasses stared at the jumbo TV screens, hoping the Americans would pull out a dramatic win at the last minute, as has been their wont.”
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