Soufriere$35.00 Select options
Named for the village home of a beautiful active sulfur spring and volcano in St. Lucia, Soufrière (pronounced soo- free-ay) is a haunting tune that combines a Folk aesthetic with Jazz harmonies and the Zouk rhythm of Guadeloupe.
Hope$20.00 Select options
Hope, written by composer, performer and educator Jeff Narell, weaves nicely between reggae and soca.
Not a Care$35.00 Select options
The melody is nice, easy and carefree.
Hula Hoop$30.00 Select options
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.
If I Only Had a Brain$30.00 Select options
Audiences will love this reggae treatment of the familiar tune from The Wizard of Oz.
Carpe Diem$35.00 Select options
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
Jean and Dinah$35.00 Select options
Originally written as a jingle for a department store, Mighty Sparrow’s Jean and Dinah is a nice, easy laid back calypso perfect for beginning to intermediate bands.
Tenor: C4 – A5
Double Tenor: C4 – F5
Double Seconds: Bb3 – C5
Guitars: C3 – C4
Six Bass: Bb1 – Db3
Skill Level: Beginner
Trinidad$25.00 Select options
Trinidad is a slow tempo, easy groove that will introduce the typical rhythmic feel of “old-time” Calypso, a variation using the “two drop” Calypso feel and straight ahead Soca.
Six Duets$75.00 Select options
Here are six duets for Tenor and Double Seconds by Malika Coletta. There is one beginner level piece and five that range from easy intermediate to intermediate. The styles include two Calypsos, Bossa Nova, Pop, classical and a lullaby. Add them to any program for a great contrast. Sold in a package or individually. Please see individual pieces for audio samples.
Peanut Vendor$25.00 Select options
The Cuban classic Peanut Vendor is one of the most popular of hundreds of songs based on a street seller’s cry. This Reggae arrangement is no exception in the song’s history of stylistic interpretations.