Paraguayan music

We had a very busy weekend.  The sun was shining (finally) and we were out and about.  On Saturday we went to Lancaster County, Pennsylvania (a.k.a. Amish Country) for a day of shopping and sightseeing, and on Sunday I went to a friend’s wedding.  I have some new photos to post (finally), but they’ll have to wait for another day. 
I was trying to update the music on this site tonight.  I found some great Paraguayan music to stream on this blog, but Spaces made some changes and won’t let me update the link.  I’m not sure why it didn’t work, but I’ll try to update it over the next couple of days.  In the meantime, feel free to check out the Paraguayan music web site I found with some great music clips.  Here’s the URL: 
Paraguayan music features a special harp that gives it a unique sound of its own.  It’s very beautiful.  At times, the clip I chose actually reminds me of traditional Korean music, which is also relies heavily on stringed instruments.  More on this topic later–I spent too much time already tonight trying to update that darn link.  I’ll try again tomorrow.

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