This was among the first recorded pieces to document a steel orchestra at work. The Woodbrook Invaders recorded it in 1950.
Audiences will love this reggae treatment of the familiar tune from The Wizard of Oz.
This series was commissioned specifically to provide quality steel band music for beginning steel bands. The six pieces in this collection represent a variety of styles, composers and difficulty and can serve as an entire semester’s repertoire.
This lively calypso packs a punch! Through great voicing and effective stops, this danceable melody will please your audience.
This is a deep funky tune with a bit of a rock vibe.
Another highly popular chart of Tracy’s, In the Groove of Things is a progressive, upbeat, and flashy tune that takes steel pan into uncharted territory.
Backyard Finns was written to showcase the resonating quality of pans in the “sweet” registers, this is a modern calypso, post soca.
Hula Hoop is a super fun samba reggae is an interlocking rhythm section tune that will eventually grab the audience and make them want to get up and dance.
This arrangement of the hit by The Drifters is perfect for an intermediate band. It’s a recognizable tune and certain to be a crowd pleaser.
An exciting piece with recurring themes, this serves as a great tool for an intermediate ensemble to work on stark dynamic contrasts.