Tango Music For Halloween
As Halloween approaches, it’s time to get the fright-flicks out and bust some moves! Whether you’re dancing the Thriller dance or want to rock a Cha Cha, these songs will give you just the right spooky vibe for your night of tricks and treats.
A haunting tango melody that sounds more like the soundtrack to a horror film than a love story. This is a great song for intermediate level dancers.
Ghost Waltz by Hayley Westerna
Known for its haunting melody and profound lyrics, Dark Waltz has captured the hearts of many music enthusiasts. The song’s mesmerizing melodic composition, coupled with Hayley Westenra’s powerful delivery, elevates the message of this enchanting piece into a captivating masterpiece.
This haunting waltz captures the essence of a dark fantasy, portraying the ethereal world of enchantment and intrigue. It is a perfect blend of classical and contemporary elements, defying traditional genre classifications and resonating with listeners on a deep emotional level.
During this week of Dancing With The Stars, couples performed one unlearned dance and a freestyle team dance to Halloween-themed songs and themes. This week featured a double elimination. However, the performances of Hayley and Gorka made a significant impact on the judges.
Zombie Tango by Pentatonix
Imagine two zombies dancing the tango and you’ll get the gist of this clever piece for young players. It makes for a fun concert piece at Halloween or anytime that zombie fever takes hold of the classroom. It also helps teach students beyond notes and rhythms – bringing any musical or dance style to life requires appropriate accents, note lengths, and interpretation of figures.
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The Rocky Horror Tango by Pentatonix
When it comes to cult classics, few films can compare to the Rocky Horror Picture Show. Its catchy music and campy humor are a hit with audiences everywhere. But what does it all mean?
The opening song of the film, Science Fiction Double Feature, references many famous sci-fi and horror B-movies. These include The Day the Earth Stood Still, Flash Gordon serials, King Kong, The Invisible Man, and countless others. It even mentions George Pal, who directed the special effects classic War of the Worlds.
Richard O’Brien, who played Riff Raff in the movie, wrote the lyrics and music for the song. It is a catchy tune that encapsulates the theme of the movie: sexual liberation. It encourages people to break free from societal constraints and embrace their true identity.
Dead Man’s Arms by Bishop Briggs
Bishop Briggs grew up in a musically inclined family, taking vocal lessons for eight years and performing at local karaoke bars. She credits these experiences with establishing her stage presence and developing her vocal range. She has a distinct sound that blends alternative rock with hip-hop and soul music.
Her first major hit, “River,” received widespread acclaim for its raw intensity and Bishop’s sultry voice. The track was the lead single from her self-titled debut EP, which released in 2017.
The album showcases Bishop’s unique style and is a must-listen for anyone who enjoys emotionally charged music. The album was recorded in California and includes a variety of songs. In addition to her musical career, Bishop Briggs is a wife and mother. She married her partner, Landon Jacobs, in 2022.
Peabody by AronChupa
The song is a fun way to celebrate halloween with a dance! It features a catchy beat and silly lyrics. It’s great for a Nightclub Two Step or Swing.
The premise of the music video is that women should not need extravagant material possessions to feel happy. Instead, they should find joy in simple pleasures and experiences, such as showing someone “a little swing”.
AronChupa is a Swedish DJ and producer. He has achieved success with his 2014 song I’m an Albatraoz, which reached number one on the Swedish singles chart and in several other European countries. The song uses the metaphor of an Albatraoz, a fictional creature, to represent individuals who are unafraid to be themselves. This is a message that many people can relate to.