This Halloween we’ve discovered some terrifyingly good new resources for music teachers and parents. Explore the wicked world of Halloween ear training using these spooky songs and prickly pieces…!
The big list of Halloween piano music
Wendy at ComposeCreate.com did us all a favour by gathering together an epic list of Halloween music for piano. Perfect for extending your own repertoire (or your students’) in a spooky new direction…
Also: don’t miss Jennifer Foxx’s free Halloween piano pieces for early elementary students.
Halloween goodies in the MelodyPayne.com store
Melody Payne recently visited us here on the site, teaching some terrific techniques for ear training in the Halloween and Autumn period and sharing her game “I Have… Whooo Has?”. You can find this game and many more Halloween-y goodies at MelodyPayne.com.
Treble and Bass Clef Halloween Worksheets
Kristin over at EarTrainingAndImprov.com recently shared two great new Halloween-themed worksheets. Download free and print for note-reading practice:
Halloween Exercises in Finale
Finale is one of the top notation editors and the staff there are clearly Halloween fans, sharing this fun tip for making your own sheet music all Halloween-y.
Let’s Play (Halloween!) Music
Spooky Music Tutorial for iPad
Katie from Midnight Music shared this delightfully wicked tutorial for creating haunted scenes and musical numbers with the (free) Garageband app for iPad.
Over to you: have you discovered any great new Halloween music teaching resources?
Please share any we’ve missed in the comments!
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