Here is some Halloween music, scary classical music mp3 to impress your friends at your party night!
You can find here some free MIDI files of famous classical music works for viola an piano, to download and listen to, to get an idea of how they sound. Find also quartets to play with your friends. Also some suggestions for other famous works suitable for this occasion (or others). If you play another instrument, find your Halloween music here.
MIDI files reproduce sounds created with a computer program that tries to imitate musical instruments. On the first hearing you may think that midi-files are not interesting as the quality is not the same of a musical instrument.
Of course, they can't replace a proper recording or a live performance. Anyway, with MIDI-files, you can create sound files of recordings which do not exist, or to reconstruct works, or they are good way to grasp a first impression of how a piece of music sounds like. It's a good start.
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Buy scary compositions arrangements for viola and piano, for a special night!
Ferrari: Halloween Night,
J. S. Bach: Toccata & Fugue,
F. Chopin: Funeral March,
E. Grieg: In the Hall of the Mountain King,
C. Saint-Saens: Danse Macabre - excerpt,
J. Brahms: Hungarian Dance,
F. Liszt: Totentanz - excerpt,
E. Grieg: Nordraak's Funeral March,
M. P. Mussorgsky: A Night On Bald Mountain - excerpt,
F. Ferrari: Lullaby of the Spirits
Other instruments Halloween music here
...and more music is coming all the time, come and visit again for more free classical music download, more free viola music.
Scary composition for String Quartet and Invited Ghosts by Jon Grier
A comedic theatre piece for string quartet with optional bass. GREAT
"As the greatest expert and judge of harmony,
he liked best to play the viola,
with appropriate loudness and softness"
C.P.E. Bach about his father J.S. Bach