Changing lanes: Tango in Grenada

Stretched across both knees, Orlando Dibello squeezed and tickled the accordion like a father plamasing an obstreperous child.

7th April, 2007

Stretched across both knees, Orlando Dibello squeezed and tickled the accordion like a father plamasing an obstreperous child.

Launching harmonies into the Theatre Isabel Catolica, his genius blurred faster.

Then slow again, the string quintet lingered on his melody and the contrast was spine-tingling. Hairs stood up and jaws hung open in appreciation as the audience kept the beat, one-two, one-two, one-two. Our feet tapping and fingers drumming, the crowd was in motion and the...

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