Solos For Tenor Pan$75.00 Select options
This collection contains seven solos for tenor pan, a duet for tenor and cello and a chamber piece for tenor, double seconds, cello and six bass from pan rocker Tracy Thornton. Difficulty levels range from beginner to advanced.
Dain Brammage$30.00 Select options
Tracy’s most popular and performed composition to date, “Dain Brammage” sounds just like the name implies. This is steelpan at it’s heaviest and most fun! This one is unapologetically loud, heavy, in your face and is always a crowd favorite!
Pan Funk$35.00 Select options
This is a deep funky tune with a bit of a rock vibe.
In the Groove of Things$35.00 Select options
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.
Not a Care$35.00 Select options
The melody is nice, easy and carefree.
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
Mr. Hurley$35.00 Select options
Mr. Hurley is just an all-out funky jam that is sick and an absolute blast to play!
Mood Swings$35.00 Select options
The Bass and the drums set the mood for this one, introducing a laid back and mellow groove, and then it hits you with a heavy, low and bass pan jam with the high pans accenting the heavy hits.
Lindsey’s Lullaby$20.00 Select options
This little lullaby was written for my 4-year-old niece at the time she was about to have heart surgery. It’s just a simple and pretty melody that came to me with her in mind. I had her come in the studio and sing the La La La’s when she was all better (take after take…my little diva). I really love the tune as it’s such a departure from most of the highly energetic music that I had written and arranged up to that point.
Song for Lauren$35.00 Select options
“Song For Lauren” was written back in the mid 2000’s for a good friend of mine who was in a terrible car accident and had to be airlifted to a hospital.