Spooky Music is a collection of creepy and dramatic music composed by the award-winning musical duo, Tracey and Vance Marino. This California couple presents bone-chilling music for your TV, Film or Psycho Nightmare productions. For Horror, CSI crime scenes or Hitchcock, Spooky Music has you covered! Thrills, chills and terror to keep you on the edge of your seat. Even Freddy's blood runs cold when he hears music as disturbing as his evil plotting and murderous rampages. Haunted melodies, creepy crawlers, scary cauldrons, and orchestral menace await you -- the kiddies'll love it!
Spooky Music is brought to you by Tracey and Vance Marino, whose exciting music is featured in the new Disney/Touchstone Pictures film "The Last Song," by Nicholas Sparks, starring Miley Cyrus and Greg Kinnear. Other popular TV shows with the Marinos' music include "Man v. Food," with Adam Richman; "Little Miss Perfect;" "MyDestinationTV;" and a popular daytime TV talk show and its affiliates.
In addition to Spooky Music, check out this duo's other artist site, “Tracey and Vance Marino,” as well as their other sites online here. You will find sparkling holiday tracks at their “Christmas Music Boutique,” familiar music on their "Music Boutique," and finally, music both sentimental and romantic at their “Wedding Music Boutique.”
This spooky familiar funeral march by Chopin sounds a little like the "Darth Vadar Theme" from "Star Wars" by composer John Williams. Performed on tower bells. The full version ending features 12 strokes at midnight. This is a companion piece to "Day Of Wrath" above. Instrumental, Horror Music, Horror Funeral and Death music, Frederic Chopin
This moody, atmospheric orchestral piece has dark, ominous overtones and subtle rhythm patterns, angelic choir. Sounds like a dragonfly buzzing around... beautiful but a little creepy. The middle section is more positive, then returns to the dark. Great tension builder! Instrumental, Dangerous Music, Dark Music
Thar's hidden treasures in that cove, matey. This happy, but slightly dark accordion piece conjures up images of Captain Jack Sparrow in Disney's "Pirates Of The Caribbean" films and rides at the Disney theme parks. All that's needed is a parrot. Arrrrggggh! Instrumental, Horror Music, Halloween Whimsical, Campy, or Parody
What's weirder than this familiar song? This famous creepy piece is performed on a rickety old dusty harpsichord that sounds like it came from Disney's "Haunted Mansion." Instrumental, Dangerous Music, Dark Music, Edvard Grieg
Scare someone silly with this heavy PD piece based on the ancient chant "Dies Irae." Moviegoers will recognize the tune from the 1980 Stanley Kubrick film "The Shining" by composers Wendy Carlos and Rachel Elkind. Performed on tower bells. The full version features 12 strokes at midnight. Instrumental, Horror Music, Horror Edgy Music
A creepy contemporary version of "Funeral March Of A Marionette," which was the theme of the TV show of the Master of Suspense, Alfred Hitchcock. This track features a spooky lead synth, hip hop beats, pizzicato strings, hand claps, ominous tower bells, and percussion. Instrumental, Horror Music, Horror Haunted Dance Traditional & Waltz, Charles Gounod
Uh oh…this is NOT good. Something bad is about to happen. This dark, foreboding, eerie piece sounds like shards of glass intertwined with mournful, heavy breathing strings. This was inspired by the popular European teen cult classic horror slasher film, “Dead In Three Days.”, Instrumental, Dangerous Music, Dark Music
This familiar classic children's song tells the tale of a little spider climbing up the water spout when the rains hits. No worries -- the sun comes out and dries up all the rain. The spider starts all over again. This version features a toy piano. Instrumental, Childrens Music, Nursery Rhymes Music
This moody, atmospheric orchestral piece has dark, ominous overtones and subtle rhythm patterns, angelic choir. Sounds like a dragonfly buzzing around... beautiful but a little creepy. Great tension builder! Romantic drama, murder mystery, chilling tale of suspense, rich lifestyles, Citizen Kane... Instrumental, Dangerous Music, Dark Music
Imagine a dark night in Transylvania in an old castle on a hill. Inside, one can hear the faint sounds of a pipe organ being played feverishly by Count Dracula himself, a very accomplished musician in his day. Instrumental, Horror Music, Creepy Organ Music
Chopin's famous solo piano piece that is commonly known as the "funeral march." Barry Manilow used it as inspiration for his 1975 pop hit, "Could It Be Magic." This version is done at Manilow's tempo, a little faster than indicated in Chopin's manuscripts. Instrumental, Classical Music, Romantic Period, Frederic Chopin