Take a frightful ride with this spooky thriller! Perfect for Halloween concerts, this new work makes use of sound effects and color from within the concert band. Similar in style to Danse Macabre,
It's great for year-round use, but would be especially scary at Halloween. The composer describes it as "a dark and sinister night full of strange happenings and ghoulish encounters." Opening
Each section plays the melody in this spooky D minor composition. With great opportunities for rhythmic skills, the piece includes hand percussion and space for haunted castle sounds.
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
J.K. Rowling's story will mesmerize your audiences as James Newton Howard's evocative film score highlights the adventures of Newt Scamander. Beginning with a hint of Hedwig's Theme, the medley
Here are all your favorite "scare tactic" tunes, assembled in clever fashion in a quick-fire medley with as many as can fit into two minutes or less. Includes: Jaws; Night on Bald Mountain; Funeral
Here is a musical homage to all the tales of otherworldly apparitions that gave everyone goosebumps as a child. The evocative music takes an eerie journey through a series of musical vignettes, each
You can't go wrong with this one! Music from a hit movie, composed by John Williams and arranged for your orchestra by Michael Story! The main themes have been wrapped up into one dynamic medley for your
This familiar theme was found in both Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone and Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets. This exciting music captures the stories' adventurous flavor, and
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 guaranteed to become a favorite of students and audiences alike. Set as a trilogy of three short movements, your band can play one for a quick novelty piece, or all three. March of the
Written to reinforce light dynamics and delicate articulations, this is a great piece that is chock-full of quirky and masterful writing. Fugues, harmonic intrigue, and drama fill this sneaky new work for
You can add percussionists to your orchestra. Just give them a couple wooden spoons and step back! That's because anyone can play kitchen utensils in this spooky, imaginative offering from Thom Sharp.
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Here's a terrific transcription that provides a contrasting selection for concert programs. The soft but intense opening builds in intensity and draws the listener in as it grows in energy and volume.
This sinister-sounding march is perfect for directors looking for something completely different. Using elements from a traditional march set in a contemporary framework, the music is based on tritone
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