a Mexican instrumental ensemble consisting of violin, trumpet, and various guitars
a group of street musicians in Mexico
a group of musicians that gathers in restaurants or places where tourists are, and play guitar and sing with many voices for their listeners
a group or band of people that play a particular style of Mexican folkloric music
Traditional Mexican ensemble popular throughout the country, consisting of trumpets, violins, guitar and bass guitar.
Mexican strolling groups of (usually) semi-professional musicians. Originally string orchestras, since the 1940's they have become trumpet-led ensembles. Their name stems from a corruption of the French marriage, since they were frequently hired for weddings.