Halloween sheet music for piano, for very beginner to late intermediate.
Some fun, some melancholy, and some positively OMINOUS. Check them out!
The 5th Symphony, Beethoven's most recognizable theme!
There are three arrangements of this fabulous theme on this page: short, shorter, and very short indeed!
The shortest, for early beginners, has some lettered notes.
Students WANT to play this piece.
An arrangement of a charming, famous piece from the Netherlands about a "kobold" - a mischievous creature.
Lots of staccato plus minor chords give this piece an air of mystery!
Double, Double, Toil & Trouble - part of a set of Halloween songs for piano
Yes, Shakespeare's witches' poem from "Macbeth" is the foundation of the lyrics of this energetic song!
Very singable, and very fun!
Funeral March by Frederic Chopin
Perhaps the most recognizable theme ever written by "the Poet of the Piano," this is an ominous-sounding melody.
This page shows a collection of eight little songs for young beginners, with lyrics that (for the most part) won't offend parents!
From creepy to cheery.
DEATHLESS lyrics, with names like Black Cat, Candy Night, Cats at Night, Did I See a Witch Last Night, Ghosts & Goblins in the Sky, See the Pumpkins, and There's a Dark House Down the Road
Halloween Songs for Piano, Elementary and Intermediate - a set of original pieces, all with lyrics to sing or jump-start the imagination on a still night. From zombies, to haunted forests, to maidens with a curse upon them.
Have You Seen the Ghost of John
A very beautiful old and favorite vocal round.
Lead sheets and one arrangement with letters in the notes.
Silly lyrics that are fun to sing!
The Lily Maid, part of the Halloween Songs for Piano set
Do you remember The Lady of Shallot? This is a musical rendering of her story.
Stories I Don't Believe, part of the Halloween songs for piano set
Lyrics that may bring shivers, which capture how it feels to be a child peering into a dark forest!
An ominous melody...
Two versions, for beginners to late elementary.
This is perhaps the most dramatic keyboard piece ever written.
- an action-packed song! A beginning solo.
All the first-year material I give my beginner students.
Piano keyboard sheets, scales, chords, note-reading exercises, and over 256 pages of music!
This beautiful song book for piano & voice "Esther, For Such a Time as This", available as a digital download, tells the riveting story of the time when Jews in ancient Persia faced a foe named Haman, and how a brave young queen risked her life to save her people.
A good choice for a singing story-teller, an operatic group, a short theater production, or a class of children!
This book is also available from Amazon as a paperback.
This book is available as a digital download from this site. Visit this page to see some free examples from the book.
It is also available from Amazon as a paperback!
This is the perfect easy start for little pianists.
And when they start reading white-key notes on the staff, this is a fun easy resource to say each week, "Choose a new black-key song at home this week and figure it out to show me next lesson!" They will be spending more time at the piano.
A perfect read aloud storybook
for little boys or girls.
The Adventures of Tonsta highlight the travels of a very young boy with a good heart, who goes about helping folk in trouble.
With a red cap on his head and a sack of tools slung over his shoulder, Tonsta seems to meet people in distress wherever he goes.
Lots of trolls in this book - including one who gives him a Christmas gift!
Thank you Dana. We are using these songs for our piano recital!!!! They are darling!
I bought your Halloween songs, wrote teacher accompaniment for some, and performed with 17 of my students in costume at an assisted living facility. It was a "win-win" situation.
The kids and residents loved it and the parents were very pleased with the service aspect of their children's performance as well. Thank you for sharing these lovely pieces that introduce the minor key in a very simple and interesting way to early elementary students.
Kim in Washington:
My son is hooked...I've been introducing piano to my son on and off for a year or so, but he's not had much interest. Then I gave him "Monsters Everywhere". He loved playing it with the organ sound on our piano. He memorized it that week and I'm printing off the other Halloween songs to keep him going. I love the detailed instructions on teaching since he is my first student! Thanks so much.
That is so neat that your son has experienced the magic and mystery of music through this little song. That is so exciting to me! Thanks for writing, Kim!
Hi, I'm Dana! (Say that like "Anna".) I'm the owner of Music-for-Music-Teachers.com, and a newer site, SingTheBibleStory.com.
Like some of you, I've been playing the piano since early childhood, and have added a few other instruments along the way, plus an interest in arranging and composing music.
You can find out more about me and the reason for this website at my About Me page.