Natividad "Nati" Cano (June 23, 1933 – October 3, 2014) was a Mexican-born American mariachi musician and former, longtime leader of Mariachi los Camperos, a Grammy-winning mariachi band based in Los Angeles. According to the Los Angeles Times, Mariachi los Camperos is "widely considered one of the top mariachi ensembles in the country." in 1990, Cano was awarded a National Heritage Fellowship by the National Endowment for the Arts (NEA).

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  • ナティビダド「ナティ」カノ(Natividad "Nati" Cano, 1933年6月23日 - 2014年10月3日)は、メキシコ生まれのアメリカ人マリアチ・ミュージシャンである。マリアチ・ロス・カンペロスの元リーダーで、長年に渡りバンドを牽引した。同マリアチ・バンドは、ロサンゼルスを拠点に活動するグラミー賞受賞歴のあるバンドで、ロサンゼルス・タイムズは、アメリカ国内における最高レベルのマリアチ・バンドの1つと広く目されるバンド、と形容した。1990年、ナティ・カノは、米国芸術基金(National Endowment for the Arts/NEA)によりアメリカ版人間国宝とも言えるナショナル・ヘリティッジ・フェロウシップ(National Heritage Fellowship)を授与された。 (ja)
  • Natividad "Nati" Cano (June 23, 1933 – October 3, 2014) was a Mexican-born American mariachi musician and former, longtime leader of Mariachi los Camperos, a Grammy-winning mariachi band based in Los Angeles. According to the Los Angeles Times, Mariachi los Camperos is "widely considered one of the top mariachi ensembles in the country." in 1990, Cano was awarded a National Heritage Fellowship by the National Endowment for the Arts (NEA). Natividad Cano was born in the village of Ahuisculco, Jalisco, Mexico, on June 23, 1933. His family members worked as day laborers, but they also played mariachi during their spare time. Cano's grandfather, Catarino Cano, taught him to play the Mexican vihuela, a string instrument played in mariachi. He studied at the Academia de Musica in Guadalajara for six years. Cano visited the northern city of Mexicali in 1950, where he joined a mariachi band as an arranger. His mariachi moved to Los Angeles in the U.S. state of [California]. The then leader of the band was killed in a traffic accident. Cano took over the band as its leader and renamed it Mariachi los Camperos, meaning Countrymen. The band has played across the United States, including such landmarks as Carnegie Hall, Disney Hall, Lincoln Center, the Kennedy Center, and the Orange County Performing Arts Center. Under Cano, Mariachi los Camperos performed with singer Linda Ronstadt on her 1987 album, Canciones de Mi Padre, and its sequel, Mas Canciones, released in 1992. Mariachi los Camperos won a Grammy Award for Best Regional Mexican Album for their 2008 album, Amor, Dolor y Lagrima. In 1969, Cano opened a restaurant, La Fonda, located on Wilshire Boulevard. He had vowed to one day own his own restaurant after being refused service at an eatery in Texas. La Fonda closed in 2007, but reopened with Los Camperos in March 2016. Cano taught and lectured on ethnomusicology at University of California, Los Angeles. He stepped down as leader of Mariachi los Camperos in the 2000s due to declining health, but continued to perform with the group. Nati Cano died at his home in Fillmore, California, on October 3, 2014, at the age of 81. He was survived by his wife, Andrea, and two daughters, Alejandra and Natalie. (en)
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  • ナティビダド「ナティ」カノ(Natividad "Nati" Cano, 1933年6月23日 - 2014年10月3日)は、メキシコ生まれのアメリカ人マリアチ・ミュージシャンである。マリアチ・ロス・カンペロスの元リーダーで、長年に渡りバンドを牽引した。同マリアチ・バンドは、ロサンゼルスを拠点に活動するグラミー賞受賞歴のあるバンドで、ロサンゼルス・タイムズは、アメリカ国内における最高レベルのマリアチ・バンドの1つと広く目されるバンド、と形容した。1990年、ナティ・カノは、米国芸術基金(National Endowment for the Arts/NEA)によりアメリカ版人間国宝とも言えるナショナル・ヘリティッジ・フェロウシップ(National Heritage Fellowship)を授与された。 (ja)
  • Natividad "Nati" Cano (June 23, 1933 – October 3, 2014) was a Mexican-born American mariachi musician and former, longtime leader of Mariachi los Camperos, a Grammy-winning mariachi band based in Los Angeles. According to the Los Angeles Times, Mariachi los Camperos is "widely considered one of the top mariachi ensembles in the country." in 1990, Cano was awarded a National Heritage Fellowship by the National Endowment for the Arts (NEA). (en)
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