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    Ok so I've started my Year 10 now so I've started my GCSE courses. Although it's not part of the exam it is mandatory for all music students to perform at our schools Halloween production. We've been told to try and play halloween/spooky pieces of music etc. (To keep with the theme of horror)

    I play Piano and I sing a little bit. Anybody have any suggestions of good songs I could perform. (Either on my own or with a guitarist/drummer)
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    (Original post by Elizzey)
    Ok so I've started my Year 10 now so I've started my GCSE courses. Although it's not part of the exam it is mandatory for all music students to perform at our schools Halloween production. We've been told to try and play halloween/spooky pieces of music etc. (To keep with the theme of horror)

    I play Piano and I sing a little bit. Anybody have any suggestions of good songs I could perform. (Either on my own or with a guitarist/drummer)
    You could do This is Halloween from The Nightmare Before Christmas, or a medley of horror movie themes. There's some brilliant ones on YouTube if you need inspiration. This one is awesome

 
 
 
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