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"Tico Tico": Wonderful Brazilian choro played with the Panama National Symphony under the direction of Maestro Jorge Ledezma Bradley.
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Excuse me while I scrape my jaw up from off the floor. That was incredible.
What a phenomenal player he is.
When a student excels beyond his master then the teacher would have done something good. I am indeed proud to have been his teacher at Pleasantville Senior Comprehensive School. In fact I was the manager of the orchestra during his tenure.
The "Paganini" also played with San Fernando East Jr. Secondary School as well as Motown which was Narvet, a stone's throw from where he lived, and Hillside. He also arranged for Starlift and Skiffle Bunch ... the latter for two years
Ok....now i'm speechless - Thanks Liam..that was wonderful...
Lightning hands indeed!!!!! Gons, he is from the Southland. Correct me if I am wrong, but I believe he played with Hillside Symphony whose panyard was at the corner of Carib St. and that short street that takes you back to Coffee Street in San Fernando
I think Liam had the fastest hands on a tenor Pan, No body is faster
HE IS GREAT. MAY NOT NECESSARILY BE THE BEST, BUT I THINK HE HAS THE FATEST HANDS AMONG ALL PANNISTS
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