This "magical" suite can be performed as one piece or as three separate pieces. It begins with a fast, furious tempo that changes to a delicate middle part and then ends with some playfulness. Advanced students will love adding it to their repertoire.
Written in the Key of F Minor, this piece is in 6/8 time. Heavily accented octaves and sixths contrast with lighter, legato passages, evoking the feel of the Witches menacing flight.
This intermediate piece is written in the key of A Minor for a magical, mysterious sound. The use of scale passages and arpeggios gives movement to the piece as well.
This blustery seasonal piece is written in the key of A minor. It uses a lot of cross-hand arpeggios that ascend up the keyboard then back down again, giving a feeling of the wind's playfulness in Autumn.
Written in the Key of D Minor, this Halloween piece begins with the secondo playing the first section alone, with the primo adding in on the repeat and playing throughout the rest. It "swings" the eighth notes, and the primo does a brief "cross hand" part in the middle. It is in ternary form.
Written in sonatina form, this seasonal piece in three movements is perfect for a Halloween recital.
This piece has been set in a G Minor hand position (with a few extensions) to give it a mysterious sound. It's a good "student saver" that's fun to do without being too complicated.