This is the twenty-first MACT Project entry entitled, La Madrugada, as performed by Mariachi Cobre. Yes, one can agree that there are hundreds of recordings of this title, but the arrangement that Mariachi Cobre performs is quite streamlined and very efficient.
First, if one listens carefully to the accents given by the Armonia section, they are in balance, enhance, and supports, the melodic parts--both vocal and instrumental. As stated earlier, the melodic arrangements are straight-forward and or not too technical and falls into that a traditional Son, in my humble opinion, should song like. Lastly, I like this audio version because it sounds like a regular mariachi ensemble. Meaning: that if one and one's group were to practice this song well, one can come close to sounding as professional as Cobre.
Well, here it is: La Madrugada, as performed by Mariachi Cobre.
(Violin 1, Violin 2, Violin 3)
(Trumpet 1, Trumpet 2, Guitarron, Armonia)