Here's a charming Mexican love song on classical guitar. This plucky, stringy, sweet minor-chord lament was originally written for an old man named Ernesto. A certain quirky sadness is balanced by an almost hopeful vibe.
The title says it all! This spicy Spanish flamenco features plucked classical guitar phrases, percussion, and upright bass in a nice flowing and rhythmic melody. A flamenco guitar solo toward the end breaks up the pleasant syncopated repetition.
Very quick little Mexican trumpet duet here. This one employs some chromatic harmony, but it still (hopefully) manages to sound authentic enough. I made this as part of a series for a biography about an elderly Mexican man who enjoyed a larger-than-life reputation in a small village.
Here's my attempt at a 'vintage' Mexican love song. Unsteady strings and trumpets trade melodic phrases over a scratchy-sounding backing band. This was originally written for a biography about an elderly Mexican man with a larger-than-life reputation. Sweet and nostalgic, this one simply is what it is.