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Pato Fu


Teatro Riachuelo, Natal-RN

May 29, 2011

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by thalesallyrio

The “Música de Brinquedo” show of Pato Fu was really

 All the show  atmosphere was adappted for the  theme: the instruments, the  decor, and the puppets that sang along
Fernanda Takai.

The band sang the highly acclaimed “My Girl” and “Live and
let die”, using only toy instruments, making them sound refreshing new and
different. And Fernanda was really inspired: her sweet voice is really
unmistakable and it could make us fly and feel like a baby listening her mother
singing a sleeping music.

The crowd were very ecletic. There was  since 5 years children until 90th ancient,
and everyone sang together all the musics that the band played. In one music,
the only instrument used to play was a pogo ball, and the sound was incrdible.

So, I can summarize the concert as the most interesting and
amazing show that I gone last year. A present for everyone that likes to
listeand watch a real SHOW!!!!!

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