If you are looking for beginning Autumn or Halloween music, here are some of the easy pieces I wrote for my students. They range in level from the first lesson to the first year. Many of you have downloaded these pieces over the years, but here they are in a convenient collection.
Students who have only had a few lessons are so excited to get a Halloween piece!
I wrote some of these in both pre-reading and on-the-staff notation so they are perfect for beginning students. They are not in middle C position, so they help with interval reading. The last one is 2 pages and a little more difficult.
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What Will I Say On Halloween? (Finger numbers only. Very easy for the first week of lessons)
It’s October (Finger numbers only. Very easy for the first week of lessons. Does not mention Halloween)
Hey Mr. Mummy (On the staff with teacher duet)
See the Scarecrow (Very easy on staff piece for students just learning to read notes. This is a fall piece that does not mention Halloween.)
Halloween is Almost Here (pre-reading)
Halloween is Almost Here (on the staff)
Halloween, Halloween (pre-reading)
Halloween Halloween (on the staff)
Once A year On Halloween (pre-reading)
Once a Year On Halloween (on the staff)
Spooky Spiders (on the staff)
Five Little Pumpkins(pre-reading, but too long for a young beginner. This is the well-known folk song.)
Five Little Pumpkins (on the staff)
Sneaky Sneakers (Level 1. Two pages, does not mention Halloween)