steel pan


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steel pan

n.
A steel drum.
References in classic literature ?
It’s contrary to the reason of the thing, boy, that a snap should count for a fire, when one is nothing more than a fire-stone striking a steel pan, and the other is sudden death; so get out of my way, boy, and let me show Billy Kirby how to shoot a Christmas turkey.”
Finally there is the Huddersfield Contemporary Music Festival in November, when they will be teaching steel pan as part of the festival's Sound Factory project.
CHILDREN and young people from across the county descended on Bedworth for the grand final of the county's first Steel Pan Festival.
Now there's a chance not just to listen but to join in as Deighton residents are offered the chance to get into the carnival spirit by joining the area's very own steel pan band.
CHILDREN and young people from across the county will be arriving in Bedworth this week for the grand final of the county's first Steel Pan Festival.
The Sage Gateshead opened its concourse for the first annual regional steel pan showcase.
The latest addition to its list of CDs is called Heatwave and features world music including steel pan performances.
STEEL PAN ALLEY: Course organiser Jackie Bray (second left) with enthusiastic over-50s drummers (from left) Barbara Rawlins, Ann Cooper, Betty Eland, Gwen Albutt and Winnie Bell
In Gateshead, youngsters will be able to learn a percussion instrument and get involved with a steel pan band.
Carnival organisers are working with Creative Keys, a European funded project which uses the arts to bring communities together, to form a steel pan band to perform at this year's Deighton Carnival.
The Brooklyn based West Indian American Day Carnival Association (WIADCA) has kicked off its 2019 Caribbean Carnival with performances and displays by dance troupes, stilt dancers, a steel pan ensemble, soca artistes and costume bands, among others.
After, I order my favourite Martini, melon-flavoured, and enjoy steel pan music into the night.