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Here is a spooky Halloween Playlist – PERFECT for a listening entry or transition time!

Halloween classical music pieces
Ten great pieces to use in the run up to Halloween, all classics, and great for use with students too!

Click on the image on the left for all, or here they are one by one:

Macbeth Act III Witches’ Chorus

Nicolo Paganini: The Witches Dance

Bazzini: Le Ronde des Lutins  Op. 25 (Dance of the Goblins)

Tartini Sonata (Devil’s Trill)

Ysaÿe’s Violin Sonata #2 “Obsession” (or Devil’s Delight) Don’t miss this one!!!

Mussorgsky: Night On Bald Mountain (from Fantasia)

Camille Saint-Saëns: Dans Macabre

Paul Dukas: The Sorcerer’ Apprentice (also Fantasia)

Richard Wagner: Die Walkyrie (The Ride of the Valkyries)

Schubert: Erlkönig (arranged for Violin & Viola)

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Ludwig van Beethoven’s ODE TO JOY for violin or guitar with German lyrics

ON PRACTICING   –  A letter to parents or people interested in the topic of practicing


2018  A monthly calendar for students to cut out and paste into their practice notebooks with nice quotes – in PDF, B&W. Allow as many blank pages following the paste as are weeks in that month.

10 Simple Coloring Pages For Little Violinists

Getting Set Up  – really useful, important considerations before you buy or rent – for parents and anyone looking to buy an instrument

Solve The Note Reading Title – for students – unlock the title by completing the note-reading puzzle, a learning activity for identifying notes

Music Infographic for Teachers – get this also on Pinterest



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