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Music For The Grim(m) Season:  Valse Triste, by Jean Sibelius

Greetings, spookyfriends; are you surviving the polar vortex? It’s going to be very cold again tonight in Chicago (less so in L.A.; be relieved, Michael), the kind of night when you want mulled wine and sad music while watching the flames dance in the fireplace. 829 more words

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Music For The Grim(m) Season:  Allen Toussaint, strolling with skeletons

Greetings, spookyfans! Are you staying warm out there tonight? It’s tooth-chattering out here in the Midwest, and we didn’t even get Buffalo’s snow! (Buffalo has our deepest sympathies … for its snow-day off. 623 more words

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Music for the Grim(m) Season  – Dancing on graves

Welcome, spookyfriends! Since this week began on Monday with the Day of the Dead, we thought this week’s music should relate to the dead. Not the honored saints of last Sunday ( 510 more words

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Spooky Music - How music theory and human pyschology combine to create moods of music

So what is it about certain songs that makes all of us get the creeps?

That was the question posed on the Science Friday segment “ 338 more words

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Spooky Music For Halloween

It’s Halloween and I am a half hour away from playing a gig. We listened to Black Sabbath, Danzig, and The Misfits on the way over to the venue to get in the spirit. 87 more words

Music For The Grim(m) Season:  Louis Armstrong and your favorite mouse

Good eeeeeeeevening, daaaaarrrrrrrrrlink creatures, dooooooo come innnnnn! Tonight’s spooky installment of Music For The Grim(m) Season comes to you courtesy of ol’ Satchmo himself, … 131 more words

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Toccata and Fugue in D Minor - Johann Sebastian Bach

This has got to be the best spooky music ever.  Every time I hear this, I think of Count Dracula hiding in the shadows.

Happy Halloween!

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