Mexican music roots start with the original land dwellers of Mexico using instruments like conch shells, rattles, flutes and the teponaztli slit drum. Traditional Mexican folk music has shaped the Mexican music of today with styles like Son Jarocho, Chilena, Banda, Grupera and Norteno. Fusions with other cultures like the US created genres like Tejano or Tex-Mex music. Typical Mexican instruments are the accordion, Bajo sexto guitar, tuba, trumpet, Classical and Requinto guitars and snare drum.

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