Paraguayan Rock is a genre of music that originated in Paraguay in the late 1960s and early 1970s. It is a blend of traditional Paraguayan folk music, rock and roll, and Latin American rhythms. The genre is characterized by its use of electric guitars, bass, drums, and keyboards, as well as its incorporation of traditional Paraguayan instruments such as the charango, zampoña, and bombo. Paraguayan Rock is often seen as a form of protest music, as it was used to express the frustrations of the Paraguayan people during the dictatorship of Alfredo Stroessner. The genre has since evolved to include a variety of styles, from punk to metal to reggae.
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