Programmatic and haunting, this work provides a nice change of pace for your next concert or festival. Nosferatu was the title of an unauthorized adaptation of the 1897 novel
They're alive! The zombies are taking over the band, and they've started with your trombone section! Special percussion and wind effects, haunting melodies, and a relentless beat provide a dramatic and
Take a suspenseful musical journey into the unknown with the mysterious and tantalizing sounds of this intriguing piece. Serving as a thrilling call-to-adventure, the moving music urges the listener to
Want a creepy-sounding piece to haunt your next concert? This mysterious piece is just what you're looking for. The effective use of a minor key and careful attention to dynamics and articulations
Beginning bands and their audiences will love this! The overall effect is one of a small bug crawling or...
Delightfully scary with a distinct pirate theme, this piece will intrigue performers and audiences alike with catchy original themes as well as the subtle use of classical themes. This makes it fun but also
Curse of the Pharaohs is an exotic-sounding piece with a distinctive style and infectious melody. Students will be immediately captivated by the mysterious-sounding introduction that will
A surrealistic tour de force for band, this work sizzles from the first note to the last. Inspired by the Stephen King
Explore this fun and colorful work that depicts the mysterious trolls of Mount Horeb coming out at night to dance in the streets. Written as a dark, magical waltz, the music moves through a whirlwind of
The basis of this well-known classic is a French superstition that at midnight on Halloween, Death appears and summons the dead to dance while he plays music for them. In a familiar 3/4, it's
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