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.
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.
Hope$20.00 Select options
Hope, written by composer, performer and educator Jeff Narell, weaves nicely between reggae and soca.
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.
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.
Not a Care$25.00 Add to cart
The melody is nice, easy and carefree.
Carpe Diem$40.00 Add to cart
This is a fun, high-energy calypso that will have the audience up on their
feet! I composed “Carpe Diem” during the time I had the Sons Of Steel
steel band. It was written with performance in mind with lots of room for
cool choreography, which the “Sons” were known for during our live
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.