Luis Alberto del Paraná

Luis Alberto del Paraná (June 21, 1926 – September 15, 1974) was a Paraguayan singer and guitarist, considered one of the greatest exponents of Paraguayan music. He was born in Altos, Paraguay, and began his musical career at an early age, singing and playing guitar in local festivals. In 1948, he formed his own group, Los Paraguayos, which quickly became one of the most popular musical groups in Paraguay.

In 1954, Los Paraguayos released their first album, which was a huge success in Paraguay and throughout Latin America. The group went on to release a total of 25 albums, which sold millions of copies worldwide. They toured extensively throughout the world, performing in major cities such as New York, London, Paris, and Tokyo.

Luis Alberto del Paraná was known for his powerful voice and his virtuosic guitar playing. He was also a talented songwriter, and many of his songs became hits in Paraguay and throughout Latin America. He was a major influence on a generation of Paraguayan musicians, and his music continues to be enjoyed by people all over the world.

In 1974, Luis Alberto del Paraná died in a plane crash in Asunción, Paraguay. He was only 48 years old. His death was a major loss to the world of music, and he is still remembered as one of the greatest Paraguayan singers of all time.

Here are some of Luis Alberto del Paraná's most popular songs:

  • "Paraguaýpe"
  • "Mi guitarra y yo"
  • "Recuerdos de Ypacaraí"
  • "Pájaro campana"
  • "El arriero"
  • "Tren lechero"
  • "La canción del carretero"
  • "El poncho verde"
  • "El pájaro azul"
  • "La polca paraguaya"