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Pronounced: \kwawr-en-tai sing-koh\ | IPA: /ˈkwɔr ɛn taɪ sɪŋ koʊ/
Definition of Cuarenta y Cinco
Cultural significance of Cuarenta y Cinco
Cuarenta y Cinco’s hit singles: “Las Nieves De Enero” (1992), “La Llorona Loca” (1995), “Eres Casado” (2000), “Ingratos Ojos Mios” (2007), and “Viejo El Viento” (2007). They are also known for preforming New Mexico music variety band versions of Ranchera, Corrido, Oldies, and Country and Western musics.
Examples of Cuarenta y Cinco
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Origin of Cuarenta y Cinco
Cuarenta y Cinco style has remained a consistent New Mexico music blend with surf rock and high-spirited rhythms, their song-choices often reflect an appreciation for New Mexicana.
First Known Use: 21st century