For Halloween or any scary time, this eerie, yet easy piece remains on the G, D, and A strings in first position and reinforces F natural on the D string for all instruments. Add skits and theatrics and,
The clock strikes midnight, a ghostly fiddler plays eerie tones, and skeletons dance until the rooster crows at dawn. Perfect for Halloween or as a change of pace for any time of year!
Imagine two zombies dancing a zombie tango! This would make a great piece for Halloween, or anytime zombie fever is taking over your school.
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: Monster Mash; Jaws; Night on Bald
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
Inspired by the music of a ghost show on TV, the composer borrowed a fragment of the chord progression he heard and used it as the basis to create this composition. Techniques that give the work interest
This dark, rich and mysterious piece would fit perfectly on a Halloween concert or festival. This is the kind of music students love to play.
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.
Perfect for your fall concert, here is a piece that has spooky lyrics to teach the rhythms in the easy melodic line. Upper string parts are doubled, and the cello part doubles the bass line. Everyone gets
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