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December 2010 Blog Posts (3)

TIME FOR PAN TO BE SELF RELIANT & INDEPENDENT: TOO MUCH CRYING FOR TOO LONG

The pan Fraternity must be self reliand and Independent.

Pan should no longer be looking for someone to "hold" it's hands, i.e. Government, Corporations etc. to do something

for "pan". It is time to do something for yourself-Lift yourself up, surely pan has made great strides, but it is now time for pan to embrace a "business" first mentality.Skill development is rapidly increasing, instruments have made a heluva of a leap forward, the musical education of panist have reached…

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Added by Orvis Noel on December 20, 2010 at 1:03am — No Comments

Pan music for the Hollidays

Tell me , pan people, what pan music are you listening to?



This week I'm enjoying Robbie Greenidge's fine Christmas album from 1995" It's Christmas mon!.

Steel Pan music Christmas style".

(I prefer it to the new one)



I'm also enjoying Invaders "An Enchanted Evening" featuring such classic Invaders hits as" With a song in my heart" and "Schubert's Serenade"



Btw, can anyone tell me who does the solo work on this album?

Very impressive.…

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Added by Glenroy R Joseph on December 18, 2010 at 12:30pm — 5 Comments

New Fake Book

Two Trees Music has just published the "Gary Gibson Fake Book," a collection of 57 songs in about 240 pages, presented in condensed lead sheet format (and, in some cases, instrument-specific parts). Roughly two-thirds of the music is directly transcribed or adapted from the scores from the original recordings. The rest of the music remains either unrecorded or unreleased, and span the quarter century between 1985 and…

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Added by Gary Gibson on December 10, 2010 at 5:41pm — No Comments

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