Six Pieces for Beginning Steel Band$100.00 Select options
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.
Catch Me$20.00 Select options
This lively calypso packs a punch! Through great voicing and effective stops, this danceable melody will please your audience.
Last Train to San Fernando$30.00 Select options
This was among the first recorded pieces to document a steel orchestra at work. The Woodbrook Invaders recorded it in 1950.
Hope$20.00 Select options
Hope, written by composer, performer and educator Jeff Narell, weaves nicely between reggae and soca.
Over The Rainbow$40.00 Select options
This beautiful melody by Harold Arlen will be familiar to many in your audience, and thus a crowd-pleaser.
Next Carnival$15.00 Select options
This piece is reminiscent of old time calypsos with a typical I, IV, I, V progression, sections with call and response phrases and short sing-able melodies.
Backyard Finns$35.00 Select options
Backyard Finns was written to showcase the resonating quality of pans in the “sweet” registers, this is a modern calypso, post soca.
Ambidextrous$35.00 Select options
A funk-infused tune for steel band based loosely in the tonal framework of D major.
Pagliacci$40.00 Select options
This is an exciting adaptation from Leoncavallo’s most famous opera, Pagliacci or, “Clowns.”
Erlkonig$25.00 Select options
Schubert’s most famous art song based on Goethe’s eerie text comes to life in this bomb arrangement.