Behind the Curtain | Hauntingly Beautiful Halloween 2014 – Music to Soothe the Savage Beasts

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Behind the Curtain | Hauntingly Beautiful Halloween 2014 – Music to Soothe the Savage Beasts

I’m here to once again answer that age old question….”What is that music and where can I get it?” OK so maybe it’s not such and age old question after all but one we get every year. So to satisfy the curious and calm the frantic, without further ado, here is our hit list of Halloween 2014-Hauntingly Beautiful (combined with some eye candy because lists aren’t very exciting to look at).

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Lux Aeterna Requiem for a Dream (soundtrack) – Clint Mansell

Sonata No.2 in B-Flat Minor for Piano Op. 35: Ill. Marche Funebri ( Funeral March): Lento The 50 Darkest Pieces of Classical Music -Mitsuko Uchida

Nocturnes, Op. 55: No.1 in F Minor Chopin: Nocturnes – Arthur Rubinstein

Research The Haunting in Connecticut – Robert J. Kral

Nocturnes, Op. 48: No.1 in C Minor Chopin: Nocturnes –Arthur Rubinstein

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Six Gnossiernnes: Gnossienne No. 1 The 50 Darkest Pieces of  Classical Music – Roland Pontinen

Room Search The Haunting In Connecticut – Robert J. Kral

Adagio in G Minor for Strings and Organ, “Albinonis Adagio”  The 50 Darkest Pieces of Classical Music – London Philharmonic Orchestra and David Parry

3 Gymnopedies: No. 3 Satie: 3 Gymnopedies – Pascal Roge

Resolution The Haunting in Connecticut – Robert J. Kral

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Masonic Funeral Music in C Minor, K. 477 (Maurerische Trauermusic) The 50 Darkest Pieces of Classical Music – SWR Symphony Orchestra & Ernest Bour

Working Dreams The Uninvited (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) – Christopher Young

Nuages gris, S. 199 The 50 Darkest Pieces of Classical Music – Andreas Muehien-Wester

Five Miles Back The Happening (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) – James Newton Howard

Adagio for Strings, Op. 11a The 50 Darkest Pieces of Classical Music – London Philharmonic Orchestra & David Parry

Nocturne No. 19 in E Minor, Op. 72 No Chopin: Nocturnes – Arthur Rubinstein

Mina/Dracula Bram Stoker’s Dracula (Original Soundtrack Recording) – Wojciech Kilar

Down the Pipe The Descent (Original Soundtrack Recording) – David Julyan

3 Gymnopedies: No. 2 Satie: 3 Gymnopedies – Pascal Roge

Concerto in D Minor For Oboe and Strings, Op.1:Ill Adagio The 50 Darkest Pieces of Classical Music – Emanuel Abbuhl, Strings of Zurich and Howard Griffiths

Corpse Christmas The Uninvited (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) – Christopher Young

Broom of Truth Angels in America (HBO Film) Album – Thomas Newman

Concerto No. 10 in D Minor for Organ & Orchestra, HWV 309, Op. 7:1 Adagio The 50 Darkest Pieces of Classical Music – Capella Istropolitana, Harald Feller & Paul Kantschieder

Delicate Particle Logic  Angels in America (HBO Film) Album – Thomas Newman

La Valse D’Amelie Classical Chillout 2 (Disc 2) – Tiersen

Adagio from Fantasy for a Gentleman (  Adagio – Patrick O’Hearn

Aquarium (Le Carnaval Des Animaux) Classical Chillout 2 (Disc 2) – Camille Saint-Saens

Gnossiennes: No 1 – Lent satie: 3 Gymnopedies –Pascal Roge

Nocturnes, Op. 15: NO. 3 in G Minor Chopin: Nocturnes – Arthur Rubinstein

Nocturnes, Op. 62: No 1 in B Major Chopin: Nocturnes – Arthur Rubinstein

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Cantus in Memoriam Benjamin Britten for Strings and Bell Arvo Part: 75 Year Celebration Collection – Bergen Philharmonic Orchestra & Neeme Jarvi

Fratres for Strings and Percussion The 50 Darkest Pieces of Classical Music – Tapiola Sinfonietta, Juho Vartiainen & Jean Jacques Kantorow

The music listed here can be found on iTunes and Amazon.com. for your haunting pleasure. I hope you enjoyed the extra Halloween Display pictures as well! (Disclaimer – these pictures were taken before we opened the doors on the Friday before Labor Day, some of the items shown may no longer be available.) But there’s still plenty of items left to grab and enjoy so come and see our Hauntingly Beautiful display with your own eyes (as I hand you two glowing eyeballs)!

By | 2014-10-08T03:57:30+00:00 October 8th, 2014|Halloween, Holiday, Home Decor, Inspiration|3 Comments

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  1. Mlynn October 28, 2014 at 3:45 am - Reply

    I enjoyed all of the music you shared – thank you! Would it be possible to also get the title and composer of the music used in your Hauntingly Beautiful Halloween video? I would greatly appreciate it.

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