2 Musicians Play One Guitar

This is the most amazingly worthwhile gimmick ever.  Who knew that four hands on one guitar could make such great music?

The details from the youtube information bar:

The 2009 Brazilian Music Institute in Gainesville, Florida featuring CECILIA SIQUEIRA (Uruguay) and FERNANDO LIMA (Brasil) – Duo Siqueira Lima –http://www.duosiqueiralima.com.br/eng… performing Tico Tico no Fuba (Zequinha de Abreu). The Institute has been active since 2001 and is organized by musician and professor WELSON TREMURA. Please, check some of our previous events and concerts by typing “Brazilian Music Institute” at the search engine. This particular performance took place at Santa Fe Community College, May 8 – 2009 which also involved Institute participants.

Thanks to Mark Bowers for the heads up.

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