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This bouncy tune features a triplet-based melody in counterpoint to the standard calypso rhythm.
Nice arrangement from the 1986 Phase II cassette Pan Rising. Room for soloist.
The popular orchestral arrangement of the folk tune Danny Boy adapted for six-voice steel band.
5th place tune performed by the Phase II Pan Groove. Ray's second tune for Phase II in the absence of "Boogsie" Sharpe. Great harmonies!
2nd place composition performed by Phase II.
Styled after the Harry Belafonte version, this ballad allows for optional soloists.
Rich harmonies and a timeless main theme make this a nice addition to any concert.
This 1989 tune was performed by the Trintoc Invaders in the National Panorama Finals.
A moderate soca that starts with a bass groove and features melody in the double seconds. Room for soloist.
A hot latin jazz montuno that has room for an extended percussion solo.
Another excellent adaptation of a classic composition. Have your steel band tackle a style.
This arrangement of Jimmy Buffett's smash hit is sure to please every audience. Adds variety to any steel band concert.
Trinidad's first official Road March, this tune was most popular with Carnival bands of 1962.
A medium tempo soca/calypso that was originally composed for a New York production of Black Orpheus.
Here is the famous movement from Beethoven's magnificently written piano sonata. A timeless classic for your steel band.
The Spyro Gyra hit faithfully arranged for pan, featuring a partial transcription of the Dave Samuels marimba solo.
1st place composition performed by the Desperadoes, their first victory with a Robert Greenidge composition.
1st place tune performed by the Amoco Renegades. The first Jit Samaroo/Renegades Panorama piece ever to be documented. One of the most difficult pieces in the catalogue.
Start your concert with the national anthem from the country that started it all.
Written for vibraphone and alto sax soloists with string bass plus steel band, this pioneering Afro-Cuban jazz piece really cooks.
Composed for the University of Oshkosh steel drum workshop 1991. This pleasant calypso utilizes rich harmonies.
Classic Ray Holman performed by The Hummingbirds.
Set in a Latin feel, this medley contains Jingle Bells, God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen and Up On The Housetop.
South Zone 1st place composition performed by The Vat 19 Fonclaire Steel Orchestra. Great chromatics, pentatonics, and variety.
Performed by the Amoco Renegades in the 1987 National Panorama finals. This composition is one of the finest, most entertaining and exciting Panorama arrangements ever created. A "must" for your library.
Renegades' second Defosto tune brought them a second straight championship. Jit's intense inner voices are joined by a tassa drumming section.
South Zone first place composition. This piece represents Fonclaire and "Professor" at the top of their game.
Another catchy soca from one of Trinidad's most gifted steel band composers.
A great way to introduce your beginning steel band to the twelve-bar blues form.
A piano prelude arranged for four pans (solo, double second, cello, bass. ) The perfect tune to showcase an extended-range lead.