Alegrando Al Mariachi

by Jonathan Clark on May 23, 2010

in Special Report

LUNES 24 DE MAYO.

Radio Bilingue (http://www.radiobilingue.org)

PROGRAMA # 6113    12:00 PM. PST.

En la década de los 1940 y ‘50, Miguel Martínez cambió la música del mariachi para siempre, de ser una música folklórica representada principalmente por instrumentos de cuerda a una música marcada por una trompeta y posteriormente por dos. El maestro Martínez fue el protagonista principal en dar este gran paso, desde principios de la década de los ‘40. Su trompeta participó en miles de grabaciones ahora consideradas clásicas, con artistas como Jorge Negrete, Pedro Infante, Lola Beltrán, Amalia Mendoza, Miguel Aceves Mejía, José Alfredo Jiménez y Los Panchos, entre muchos otros.

Invitados: Miguel Martínez, pionero de la trompeta, México, DF; Jonathan Clark, músico e historiador del mariachi, Livermore, CA; Javier Magallón, director y trompetista, Mariachi Colima, Oakland, CA; Lucia Pérez, trompetista, Mariachi Femenil Orgullo Mexicano, Oakland, CA; Alex González “Mantecas”, director y trompetista, Mariachi Tepalcatepec de Michoacán, Los Ángeles, CA, productor de un disco compacto en tributo a Miguel Martínez.

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mariachis a domicilio October 25, 2011 at 5:16 pm

Miguel Martinez es uno de olos grandes exponentes de nuestra música, ha dejado en nosotros un recuerdo y enseñanzas inborrables

Saludos desde Chile

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Sabre November 12, 2015 at 7:41 am

That’s a great question, but since Jonathan () built all of that, it’s ttlloay up to him.We’re using shopp’s development version (v1.1) that’s due out for beta testing to current plugin owners pretty soon. The new version has been refactored and optimized (some stuff was completely rewritten). I will say this, we’re really enjoying using Shopp, but using a development version of any software comes with quite a few growing pains. There’s still a lot of things that aren’t ready for prime time.One thing I love is Shopp’s extensibility. You can build plugins for Shopp just like you build plugins for WordPress. The theming system also feels natural if you’ve worked with WordPress themes. If Jonathan decided not to release the ticketing plugin for whatever reason, one could definitely be built pretty easily.I’ll definitely let Jonathan know that people are interested in extending his plugin and the ticketing features. We’re trying to get him to come speak about using WordPress for e-commerce at OC WordCamp, so maybe if everyone who is interested in that comments here to let him know, it will hep him make up his mind. =)

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