- Florida Folklife Collection
- Tina Bucuvalas serves as emcee. Granado (accordion, vocals), J. Martinez (drums, vocals), Arrazola (bajo sexto, vocals), and Martinez (bass, vocals) perform as Mestengo. Granado explains música norteña's origins in Nuevo Leon, Coahuila, and other northern Mexican states; the influence of Germanic musical styles and instrumentation, primarily the polka and the accordion; variations of Mexican folk dance; and the different tunings of his accordions. Arrazola describes the bajo sexto and its difference from the guitar, including tuning and strings. The band performs a polka, a cumbia, a ranchera, and a huapango.