One of the most memorable and recognizable musical themes from the Tim Burton Disney film “The Nightmare Before Christmas”!
This is an “easy piano” arrangement written in large print. It modulates between A minor, G minor, and C minor (with no key signatures; all flats and sharps are written as accidentals). Some finger numbers are included to assist with hand movement and arpeggios. Written for late elementary pianists and accessible for smaller hands. Great to play during both Halloween and Christmas seasons.
Note: Sheet music has been updated and no longer includes a D.S. al Coda as shown in the video (the repeated section has been written into the music instead).
The iconic Halloween song from the Tim Burton Disney film “The Nightmare Before Christmas”! This is an early intermediate piano solo arrangement, written in large print. Includes multiple key changes (all flats and sharps are written as accidentals, no key signatures). Also includes some courtesy accidentals. Can be played by smaller hands. Fun to play during both Halloween and Christmas seasons!
Trick-or-Treating captures the playful spirit of Halloween. Staccato passages feel like mischievous children in costume tiptoeing from house to house (will they play a trick or get a treat?!), followed by dramatic unisons, octaves, and full four-note chords that absolutely scream, “THIS IS HALLOWEEN!” This late intermediate to early advanced Halloween piano solo is perfect for a Halloween recital piece or and will get everyone in the mood for something delightfully spooky!
Burgmüller’s “Ballade” is a popular piece with interesting contrasting musical themes. This newly revised edition is ideal for early intermediate students and develops musical interpretation skills as well as finger technique (especially for the left hand). Because of its mysterious minor introduction and ending, it’s a great choice for a Halloween or fall piano recital piece.
All Original Classics are historic works, reformatted and edited for readability and accessibility for today’s pianists.
Soft, broken chords and a sad refrain paint a picture of lonesome beauty in this 3-page piano solo. The melody passes from treble to bass with continual flowing accompaniment and develops a progressively deeper tone over the course of the piece before ultimately dying away.