Hello again. This week, I’ll be covering…spooky soundtracks! And ways to hide your speakers for Halloween night, so that you can play eerie music around your house. Let’s start with that first, shall we?
In the bushes.
It may seem obvious, but one of the easiest places to hide your speakers is in your shrubbery. Simply place them somewhere out of easy view, plug them in, and presto!
On the roof.
This one’s a little less obvious. Okay, a lot less obvious. And it requires you being willing to clamber about on your roof. Anyway, either disguise your speakers with dark cloth, put them against the chimney, or something like that. Plug them in, start your music, and let it flow down to the unsuspecting trick-or-treaters. 😉
Hidden in the yard.
If you have a patch of dirt in your yard that you don’t mind digging up, you might find this one fun. Dig a hole big enough for your speakers and lay them in, music side up. Take a piece of cloth as close to the color of your dirt as possible and lay it over your speakers, then sprinkle a thin layer of dirt on top to disguise it all. Enjoy!
Inside your Jack-o-lantern.
This thought came to me in a flash of orange earlier. 😉 When you carve your jack-o-lantern, put your speakers inside, with the plug going out of one of the carvings to be plugged in.
And now, we go forward to a place of monsters and creepily classical music…
The Hall of Halloween Music!
The Phantom of the Opera Overture.
Bach’s Toccata and Fugue in D minor
In the Hall of the Mountain King
One-Eyed One-Horned Flying Purple People Eater
The Monster Mash.
The Addams’ Family Theme Song
Bonus points if you guys own an organ (or a keyboard with an organ setting. That would work too.) and play The Phantom of the Opera or Bach’s Toccata and Fugue in D Minor on your organ. 😀 If you do, please post a link in the comments below!