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...
Eerie sounds reverberate through dark dusty hallways as a Grandfather clock, covered with spider webs, suddenly springs to life in the dead of night. With the sounds of "tick tock" serving as a...
What happens when the lights go out and ghost musicians come out to play? They form a "Ghost Band" performing to the delight of your concert audience! This novelty piece provides dark, mysterious sounds,...
This work utilizes the sound of a theremin, an electronic instrument often used in old science fiction and horror movies and the part is optional, doubled by instruments of the band. The...
This is a fun composition that your students and audience will enjoy, playable at Halloween or any concert of the year. A great study for articulation and dotted quarter/eighth rhythms.
Can your band save the world from these eerie invaders from somewhere in outer space? Using only seven notes, some humorous vocal effects, and an easy way to learn about dynamic contrast, this is the...
Prepare yourself for a thrilling journey into the inky dark depths of the sea. As you descend deeper into the darkness you sense the presence of something lurking just out of sight, seeking its next prey....
Make no bones about it, this mysterious sounding novelty piece is just what you need for spine-tingling fun! Complete with optional effects that will increase the fun factor, it's sure to be that one piece...
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