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. (December 2009)
|Stylistic origins||Joropo, Venezuelan music, Colombian music, Latin American music, Spanish music, Indian music, Trinidadian and Tobagonian music, Indo-Caribbean music|
|Cultural origins||Trinidad and Tobago|
|Typical instruments||Cuatro, Maracas, Guitar, Vocals, Violin, Claves, Caja, Mandolin, Tambourine, Steelpan, Dhantal, Dholak, Tassa, Harmonium, Manjira, Tabla, Drums, Piano|
|Derivative forms||Chutney, Chutney Soca, and Parang|
Chutney parang is a style of music that is a cross between Venezuela, Colombia, and Trinidad and Tobago's traditional Christmas music, parang and Indo-Trinidadian chutney music. It is sung in Hindustani, Spanish, and English.