Banshee Boogie


This fun, fast, foot-stomping boogie is perfect for a pianist looking to liven up the party. Written in F melodic minor, Banshee Boogie tells the story of an individual who comes across a banshee late a night when suddenly, she starts to dance…and before you know it, you’re joining in! Syncopated rhythms, stomping on the upbeats, lots of articulations, and tone clusters are sure to make this piece a fun challenge for late beginner/early intermediate students during Halloween season. Great choice for a lively fall recital piece!

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Additional information


Holiday, Halloween, Rags/Jazz/Blues


Late Beginner/Early Intermediate


F minor


3 (plus repeats and D.S. al Coda)

Teaching Tools

minor key, melodic minor, challenging key signature, accidentals, rhythm, swing rhythm, syncopation, additional actions (foot stomping), articulations, D. S. al Coda, repeat with 1&3 and 2&4 endings, chord inversions, LH melody, tone cluster

Largest Interval (for hand span)



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