Amazing Grace Difficulty 3/5 This soulful, choral-style arrangement centers around the tenor pan solo, piano accompaniment, and thinly arranged middle-voice pans as originally recorded on "Yahboy!" (the demo is an excerpt of the original recording, not of the full steelband arrangement).
Batty Mamselle Difficulty 3/5 This arrangement of Lord Kitchener's tune from the late 1960's is one of the easier arrangements offered by Gary Gibson. It maximizes the effort-to-reward ratio by including a minimally-altered variation chorus. A good program closer for lower-to--intermediate level groups.
"Caprice" (for steel pan ensemble and orchestra) Difficulty 5/5 Click here for a demo. First Prize winner in the 2008 "Symphony and Steel" competition (overture category), this six-and-a-half minute tonal contemporary work imbeds the steel pan ensemble into the orchestra resulting in fresh new orchestral colors.
Cha Cha Mi Mamá Difficulty 4/5 This arrangement is fairly easy and fun to play; it relies on featuring at least one improvising soloist in your group. An excellent tune for multiple improvisers to "trade eights" also.
Music Theory with Steelpans for children, an 86 page text book enhanced with illustrations and five arranged easy compositions for a complete band (Soprano , Alto, Tenor, Bass + additional pans “Double Tenor”. “Cello Pan” “Tenor Bass”)