"Remember that every individual is unique and has a different role. Without history we would know nothing about how the things we have today came into being. Numerous people who went before added to what we have today, while every new generation adds…"
"History gives us a picture of long ago, although it's not accurate and is always subject to new information and evidence. It's a pity that so many seniors passed on without telling their story. Those days steelpan was about love for pan,…"
"I hope some seniors who were playing in Invaders and Tokyo on that day will give their version. An elderly Invaders panist told me that it had to do with the rivalry between the steelbands and individuals doing things like confiscating…"
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I learned to play Steelpan while doing Associate Degree in Music at COSTAATT Trinidad and Tobago - where I fell in love with Steelpan History, Culture and the greatness of the Steelpan - and also joined the Eastern School of Pan Music in Arouca, Trinidad. Recently I have connected with the Melodians Steel Orchestra in my hometown of Arima - a great Medium-sized steelband that will soon grow into a large steelband
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