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Meet Tamaki Hagihara - Japan - Celebration of Women and the Steelpan Art Form

Celebration of Women and the Steelpan Art Form

“...I hope to be of help for the music culture of Trinidad and Tobago as it has been my inspiration throughout my career.”

In an exclusive interview with When Steel Talks - Tamaki Hagihara shares her personal journey and perspective on the global reach and influence of the Steel Pan instrument, its music, and the art form in cultivating an environment for change.

A When Steel Talks Exclusive

- See more at: http://www.panonthenet.com/woman/2017/tamaki-hagihara.htm

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That was a heartfelt interview!!! But I don't understand why none of these women produce any CDs

Tamaki is a MUSICIAN and not a PAN PLAYER. She brings a musical background to the PAN so she should be able to conceive a decent PAN CD.

I will always believe that PAN MUSIC today could be described by a line used by Al Pacino in SCARFACE (modified) which is a bit too descriptive to be used on this forum. I don't understand how Ray and Liam and Dane could go to all these foreign countries and meet all these talented MUSICIANS and not be able to produce a decent PAN CD with them.

I don't get it!!!


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