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2011 Trinidad Panorama Finals
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While I do not agree with the final placement of all the bands this year, I must state that all the performances were really good.
I do think, however, that the time has come for those involved with the planning and judgeing of this competition to be more open with their scoring. This is a competition where us, the public, have no idea what scores (on a categorical basis) each band attained on each judge scorecard. They like to say that they want to raise the musical understanding of the public but how can they if we have no idea what they are looking for. Maybe the color of the pans and canopy on or off wins it.
Now is the time for pan trinbago to start the education process of teaching the pan listening public. At least, I want to learn.
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