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Web Posted -  Tuesday May  1,  2007
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The New York Steelband Experience


New York - We at Basement Recordings have been extremely fortunate, to have been able to rub shoulders and work with the world's most gifted, talented and renowned composers / arrangers / producers of steelband music.  These musical titans are known and recognized by single names.  You have only to mention -  Bradley, Boogsie, Pelham, Jit, Greenidge and Smooth to name a few - for immediate recognition.  Of equal value has been our being able to capture the world's première steel orchestras in the heat of the competition season.

Web Posted -  Tuesday May  1,  2007
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A Philip Glass Birthday Concert


NYU debuts Steel Drum Ensemble

NYU_steel-DSCN1074.jpgNew York - NYU's (New York University) Department of Music and Performing Arts Professions held a special tribute to composer Philip Glass last night at the Frederick Lowe Theatre in the Village, New York.  The event - "A Philip Glass Birthday Concert," was the first ever all- percussion concert performance of the composer's music.  The NYU Percussion Ensemble and the NYU Steel Drum Ensemble were among the featured performers on what started out as a slightly rainy Wednesday evening.  That did not present an obstacle for the almost seventy-five percent audience in attendance at the theatre.  Show director was the renowned conductor/timpanist Jonathan Haas.  Josh Quillen is the director of the NYU Steel Drum Ensemble.

Web Posted -  Monday April 30,  2007
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Sizzle or fizzle?


Barbados - A massive 300-member steel orchestra, reputedly the largest ever assembled, beat out the sweet tunes of Lord Kitchener's classic Pan In A Minor.

They were surrounded by the dancing, waving party people, stilt walkers and bele dancers and a dozen massive dancing puppets designed by Minshall, which danced fluidly to the music.

A spectacular fireworks display in the east beyond the temporary stand, capped it all off.

It was truly a beautiful spectacle.

Unfortunately, aside from those who remained at Kensington Oval after the last firework fizzled, most people probably did not get to witness the procession of musical stars as their performance was tacked back on at the end and was not even televised.

Web Posted -  Monday April 30  2007

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Web Posted -  Monday April 30  2007

Carnival Showcase No More

Panorama Replaces Show

Mayor abandons alternative carnival plan

UK - The controversial Caribbean Showcase in Hyde Park is to be axed this year, The Voice can exclusively reveal.

The Showcase, brainchild of London mayor Ken Livingstone, is to be ditched in favour of the annual Panorama steelband competition staged by the Notting Hill Carnival Limited, the company that runs the two-day extravaganza.

Livingstone introduced the Caribbean Showcase in 2005 in an attempt to draw crowds away from the main celebrations in Notting Hill.

The mayor had repeatedly called for Hyde Park to play a bigger role in the carnival celebrations, despite the street party’s historical connections with the west London Notting Hill area.

Web Posted -  Saturday, April 28  2007
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Feel the beat Steel Orchestra offers a positive learning experience for kids

Florida -  Nearly six years ago, Alex James stood on the sidelines eagerly watching the Pensacola Youth Steel Orchestra perform in the Martin Luther King parade. The Caribbean-styled music's soulful beat captivated him, it was so different from anything he had heard before.

"I just knew I wanted to be a part of the band," said James, 18. One month later, he was in.

Today, James and his peers will participate in the Pensacola GoomBay Festival in the Belmont-DeVilliers district.

The 24-member ensemble, which is comprised of students from area schools and churches, will perform alongside bands from the University of Southern Mississippi, University of Georgia and Florida State University in the carnival style, daylong event

Web Posted -  Friday April 26  2007
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Moods Pan Groove -
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Pan Classics in the House


One can not really have a serious discussion about pan in New York without talking about Moods Pan Groove.  The long-time steelband music staple has it's name permanently etched in the annals of steelband music history.  Led by their president Clyde Durant, a New York pan stalwart and pillar of the New York steelband movement - Moods Pan Groove established itself as one of New York's premier orchestras through the 1980's and 1990's.

Established in 1976 by noted arranger Brian "Bean" Griffith, Moods was always known for it's cutting edge sound and musical direction.  Musically, in many ways, Moods was ahead of its time, as their music refused to be defined and confined to the traditional steelband accepted boundaries and norms.  Many have surmised that it was because of their defiant and uncompromising musical attitude, that robbed Moods Pan Groove of more panorama victories than their sole 1977 championship.  However, whatever they may have lost in panorama wins, they more than made up for in respect from their peers for their ability and musical influence on the sound of pan in New York.  Moreover, their music and performances have passed the test of time and only gets better with each passing year and listening.  Moods has laid down some of the greatest pan music ever in the history of New York or Trinidad.

Web Posted -  Friday April 26  2007
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Naviessa Lake in the Spotlight



St. Kitts-Nevis - Naviessa is an accomplished pannist and dancer having played for close to 10 years with the St.Kitts National Steel Orchestra (SKNSO) and a little over 1 year dancing with the SKB Rythymz Dancerz. 

It will be no mystery or surprise therefore that she has a love for the steel pan and dancing both of which occupies all if not most of her spare time. She also enjoys reading which is rare among young people today.
Navaiessa expresses a strong admiration for the late Earl "Boots" Jones who nurtured her talent as a pannist . She sees the pageant as an avenue to expose her talent as well as an opportunity to meet new people and enjoy new experiences.

Web Posted -  Friday April 26  2007
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Grenadian Pan Members Teaming up with Regional  Counterparts for CWC Cultural Presentation in Barbados


Grenada - Five members of Cable and Wireless Commancheros Steel Orchestra will form part of the cultural presentation at the closing ceremony of CWC 2007 in Barbados on Saturday.

They left Grenada on Tuesday, on the invitation of the National Cultural Foundation of Barbados and the Barbados Local Organizing committee, in conjunction with exodus steel orchestra of Trinidad.

The members of Commancheros will team up with members of Exodus and other Panists from throughout the region to perform Lord Kitchener’s - ‘Pan in a minor’

The Manager and musical director of Commancheros stated that this exposure is a great opportunity for the young members to experience what it is like to perform as a unified Caribbean steel orchestra. “this will definitely serve to motivate young panists throughout the region of the need to up their pan skills and techniques, to be able grasp the opportunity when called upon to be on the big stage.”

Web Posted -  Friday April 26  2007
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Botswana Defence Force Pannist
Calls it Quits


Botswana - After some thirty-four years of service in the Botswana Defence Force (BDF), Captain Bajaki Mosweu calls it a day come April 30, 2007.  The army captain retires as musical director of Botswana's Defence Force Steelband.   He gained this post after capitalizing on the opportunity to study music upon joining the local regiment as a young man.  Mosweu appeared to have breezed through all his music exams right up to grade seven.

Web Posted -  Friday April 26  2007
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Music Room Renamed to
Honor Pan Pioneer


Botswana - On April 5, the entire community of Broadhurst Primary School came together to honour the memory of the pan pioneer of the school - John Stoddart.

Music Teacher Verity Knight  put together a music programme outside the Music Room which was renamed The John Stoddart  Music Suite.  The ceremony included performances by the Chipolatas and the Calabash steelbands - his brainchild.   Mr. Stoddart's wife Gwen was invited to cut the ribbon to formalize the occasion.

Web Posted -  Wednesday April 25  2007
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Celebration of the life of
Jennifer Gibbons


New York - One of 'Bradley's Kids', crackshot  tenor pan musician Nicole Gibbons from New York powerhouse Pantonic Steel Orchestra - lost her Mom, Jennifer Gibbons, last Saturday.  Since 2006, Mrs. Gibbons had fought a brave and protracted battle in a Brooklyn hospital on her road to recovery, after sustaining life-threatening injuries when she was struck in a hit-and-run incident in Brooklyn.  The van driver with passengers never stopped.  Her daughter Nicole had been by her bedside on a daily basis at the health institution.  The When Steel Talks family extends their deepest sympathy to Nicole and her family in these, their most trying of times.

The Life of Jennifer Gibbons will be celebrated this coming Friday, April 27.
Venue: R. Steven Legall Home for Funerals
Address: 169 Empire Boulevard (between Bedford & Rogers Avenues), Brooklyn, New York, 11225 
Viewing time: 5:00 - 7:30 PM.
Service: 7:30 - 9:00 PM.

There will be a repast following the service, the location of which will be announced.

Interment of Jennifer Gibbons will be on Saturday 28 April, 2007 in New Jersey.


Web Posted -  Saturday, April 21  2007
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Picnic with the Pans


Botswana - Last Tuesday Broadhurst Primary School Steelband in Gaborone staged a concert entitled Picnic with The Pans.  The event was held to raise funds for the purchase of giant chess pieces to be used in the new Music and Chess Garden at the School.  The garden has a large chessboard, and once complete, will provide children with another enriching activity.  Picnic with The Pans took the form of an outdoor evening picnic concert, with guests scattered informally in the area, eating their dinner and visiting with friends and family. The students provided the musical entertainment on the steelpans and the senior choir sang.  It was a very successful evening and the children are already planning the programme for the next Picnic with the Pans!

Web Posted -  Saturday, April 21  2007
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Silver Stars Wins Pan
In the 21st Century


Trinidad East Side Symphony Wins 'Pan Down Memory Lane'

Trinidad - Silver Stars Steel Orchestra captured the 2007 Pan in the 21st Century title with a rousing rendition of Andrew Lloyd Webber's Phantom of the Opera.  The performance thrilled the audience from start to finish.  The piece was arranged by Silver Stars long-time arranger Edwin Pouchet.  Dressed in red flowing capes and masks, Silver Stars' commanding performance received a standing ovation.

Last year's winner Desperadoes Steel Orchestra who were vying for their third consecutive title came in fourth behind Exodus Steel Orchestra and Harmonites Steel Orchestra respectively.

In the Pan Down Memory Lane competition - Scrunters Pan Groove won with Synthetic World.

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Web Posted - Wednesday April  2007
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Web Posted -  Thursday, April 19,  2007
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History In The Making

Steelpan Jazz at Lincoln Center

Giants of Caribbean Music set to star in New York June Concert


New York - Abstract Entertainment hosts it's annual Steel Pan Jazz concert on June 16th 2007. This year the event will be held in the Allen Room at the prestigious Frederick P. Rose Hall - The House of Jazz - Lincoln Center in New York City.

This year's concert presents the internationally famous David Rudder and the Caribbean All Stars, and features world-renowned and veteran steelpan master Robert Greenidge, and famed percussionist and recording artist Ralph McDonald.  The coming together of these major music talents under the auspices of Lincoln Center is indeed an historical moment and achievement.  These three musical iconic giants have become legends in their own time.

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Web Posted -  Thursday, April 19,  2007
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CALYPSOCIATION Steelband’s CD is out!

France - Made it » a self produced CD is available through Calypsociation.

This project represents a year of work (composing, arranging, learning the music, rehearsals, recording with 22 volunteer musicians, both amateur and pro.

Calypsociation’s music is composed and arranged by Laurent Lalsingué and Mathieu Borgne. These two jumbie’s influences come from far and wide. This album is a manifestation of their desire for a new steelband sound, with an atmosphere, colour, rhythm and harmony both modern and steeped in tradition.

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Web Posted -  Wednesday, April 18,  2007
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South Bands Play First in TSTT Pan Down Memory Lane / Pan In The 21st Century on Friday

Trinidad - Reigning TSTT Pan in the 21st Century champion WITCO Desperadoes will play at position six (6) in the grand finals at the Jean Pierre Complex, Wrightson Road, Port of Spain, on Friday evening.

Desperadoes who is going after the hat-trick will perform Robin Thicke’s “Lost Without You” arranged by Eddie Quarless. The Laventille-based steel orchestra is one of 12 bands that will compete in the Conventional Band category.  Sagicor Exodus which topped the Preliminary round will perform in fifth spot. Their tune of choice is “Dreadlocks” composed by Mungal Patassar.   The full list of Pan in the 21st Century competitors is as follows: click heree schedule of events.

Web Posted -  Wednesday, April 18,  2007
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Preliminary Results


Trinidad - Reigning TSTT Pan in the 21st Century champion WITCO Desperadoes will play at position six (6) in the grand finals at the Jean Pierre Complex, Wrightson Road, Port of Spain, on Friday evening.

Desperadoes who is going after the hat-trick will perform Robin Thicke’s “Lost Without You” arranged by Eddie Quarless. The Laventille-based steel orchestra is one of 12 bands that will compete in the Conventional Band category.  Sagicor Exodus which topped the Preliminary round will perform in fifth spot. Their tune of choice is “Dreadlocks” composed by Mungal Patassar.   The full list of Pan in the 21st Century competitors is as follows: click heree schedule of events.

Web Posted -  Tuesday, April 17,  2007
Antigua Sun

Here’s to a ‘pantastic’ partnership

Antigua - I know I’ve said it before, but I’ll say it again, “pan music sweet me bad.”

Imagine my sheer delight when the combined steel orchestra of the Junior C&W Hells Gate Steel Orchestra with the Combined Catholic Schools’ Steel Orchestra (representing Antigua) and the Urban Steel Orchestra from John Marshall High School (representing Great Rochester, NY) rendered an exhilarating arrangement to El-A-Kru’s Maria, which happens to be one of my all time favourite songs.

Last year, the South partners (being Antigua) of the Partners of America Great Rochester-Antigua & Barbuda travelled to Rochester to meet their North Partners and engaged in a cultural exchange centring around steelpan. That’s right, after the partnership began over 20 years ago, in 1995 members of the South partners, including Stafford Joseph of the Hells Gate Steel Orchestra, trained a few students, and organised for steel pans to be built on the school campus of the John Marshall High School.

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Web Posted -  Tuesday, April 17,  2007
Port Folio Weekly

The Beat of a Different Drum

Virginia - Not many musical instruments have the allure and mystique of the steel drum. Born from an accident and beaten out of a 55-gallon oil drum, the sounds that come from this instrument conjure daydreams of the Caribbean islands. Beyond their novelty, however, steel drums, or steel pans as they are also called, are helping local at-risk teens with team-building skills and self-esteem issues as well as teaching them about cultural awareness in a setting outside of their classrooms.

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Web Posted -  Monday, April 16,  2007
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Bands get in tune with each other

BANDMATES: Pictured, left to right, are Daniel Barwick (10), Mae Taylor (12), Desiree Barwick (11) and Amy Thomas (12)UK - Young people from two steel bands in Harlow have joined forces for the first time to form an orchestra.

Harlow Steelband travelled to Brays Grove School, in Tracyes Road, to play with the school’s band and create Harlow Steel Orchestra in the process.

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Web Posted -  Monday, April 16,  2007
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The Technology of Pan
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When Geniuses meet Genius

PantonicDSCN0962.JPGMassachusetts - Who said engineers can't dance?  On any given day you can find today's and tomorrow's next great engineers, scientists and Nobel Peace Prize awardees running across the campus of Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). MIT is one of the most respected and prestigious technology-based institutions of higher learning in the world.  The members of this academic community are normally absorbed in their daily collegiate routines.  Rocket scientists, theoretical mathematicians, electrical engineers - you name it, they are here. 

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Web Posted -  Monday, April 16,  2007
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PS 149 Danny Kaye School
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Next Generations of Pan Players Travel to MIT with Pantonic

Massachusetts - Eight lucky students from Brooklyn's PS 149 Danny Kaye school recently indulged in an extra-curricular activity that was right up their alley. The youngsters joined the stage side of championship steel orchestra Pantonic on their trip to Cambridge, Massachusetts for the group's third performance during MIT's (Massachusetts Institute of Technology) 2007 Campus Preview Weekend.

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Web Posted -  Monday, April 16,  2007
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Steel drum concert features area bands

Indiana - The "Gathering of the Pans" steel band concert is set for 7 p.m. Saturday at National Trail High School.

The fifth annual event will feature the island sounds of steel drummers from area high schools representing National Trail, Eaton, Walnut Hills and Canal Winchester.

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Web Posted -  Friday, April 13,  2007
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Steel Pan Jazz Concert
in New York
David Rudder, Robert Greenidge & Ralph McDonald

Steelpan Jazz comes to the House of Jazz at Lincoln Center in New York City as Abstract Entertainment presents it annual Father's Day weekend show.  This year's concert will feature internationally famous vocalist David Rudder, veteran steelpan master Robert Greenidge and famed percussionist/recording artist Ralph McDonald.  This annual concert is one of the worlds most sought after steelpan music events.

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Web Posted -  Thursday, April 12,  2007
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Phase II Steel Orchestra
in Classics

Trinidad - Noted arranger, steelpan artist extraordinaire and composer,  Len "Boogsie" Sharpe honored Mr. Bradley in a very deeply personal and special manner.  He and his steel orchestra won the 2006 panorama with his arrangement and their performance of "This One's For U, Bradley", a song he wrote as a tribute to the master.  Mr. Sharpe's band Phase II Pan Groove took to the stage last night as the defending champions of the National Panorama.

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Web Posted -  Thursday, April 12,  2007
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Starlift Steel Orchestra
Ray Holman return Starlift to panorama prominence

Trinidad - In what has to be one of the truly bright and memorable moments of the 2006 panorama season, Ray Holman, the consummate musician and respected panorama winning music arranger, led an undermanned but rejuvenated and revamped Starlift into the 2006 competition. The orchestra surprisingly took the third spot behind the heavily favored Phase II Pan Groove and Trinidad All Stars.

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Web Posted -  Monday, April 8,  2007
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Experience The Islands With Steel Band Festival At Richland College


   On Saturday April 21st, experience the unique melodies of steel drums at the fourth annual Carnival of Steel music festival at Richland College, from 12-7 p.m. on the east side of campus.


   North Texas' premier steel band festival will feature performances by area high school, college and professional steel bands. Carnival of Steel is a family-friendly event as well as a cultural experience! Enjoy exotic Caribbean food while experiencing the living art of steel band music. Festival goers also have a chance to shop the exhibition booths and meet the people who handcraft these unique instruments from 55-gallon oil barrels.


   A ticketed headline concert at 8 p.m. in Fannin Performance Hall will feature the Richland College Steel Band, directed by Joe Perea, followed by the Texas Symphony of Steel with special guest Gary Gibson. Tickets may be purchased at the cashier's window in Thunderduck Hall or by phone at (972) 238-6326.


   The Carnival of Steel is part of the Richland College Celebrates the Arts series and is sponsored by the Texas Chapter of the Percussive Arts Society and the Candlewood Suites. Richland College is located at 12800 Abrams Road in Dallas. Call 972-238-6194 for general information or go to  for a complete schedule of events.

Web Posted - Wednesday April  2007
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Web Posted - Sunday April 8,  2007
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Crowd rules relaxed at World Cup

United Kingdom - World Cup organisers have been forced into making various concessions in a last-ditch attempt to boost flagging attendance figures at matches.

Many observers have bemoaned the lack of steel bands and consequent lack of a Caribbean atmosphere at matches.

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Web Posted - Thursday April 5,  2007

Condor remembers ‘Boots’

St. Kitts/Nevis - 'In life Earl ‘Boots’ Jones was one of those pre-eminent exponents of the steel pan, an incredibly talented pan player and teacher, an enthusiast and true flag bearer of the art form." These are just some of the words which were uttered by the Minister of Education Sam Condor describing the contribution made by the steel pan icon to the Federation.

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Web Posted - Thursday April 5,  2007
Catonsville Times

Steel pan band follows a sound teaching method

Maryland - Alexander Scott brings his padded drum stick nearly to the surface of the double second drum in front of him, then stops and quickly scribbles a note on a paper on his music stand.

He fakes another strike on the drum and scribbles again, repeating the process two more times.

It's as if the instrument, which looks like a steel saucer sled, has an invisible shield against his drumsticks.

In reality, the Catonsville High School senior is taking notes on the chords he's being asked to play by Ray Holman, a guest artist of the school's steel band.

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Web Posted - Wednesday April 4,  2007
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Despers USA Steel Orchestra -
In Pan Classics

The name 'Desperadoes' is a valued and respected member in the lexicon of steelband music.  As with many of the Desperadoes family of steel orchestras - expectations are high and accomplishments are many and significant.  Nowhere is this more evident than in New York City, where no less than four major New York orchestras can trace their roots and associations back to the Trinidad and Tobago-based famed orchestra.

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Web Posted - Wednesday April  2007
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