You Don’t Scare Me Now!

(9 customer reviews)

You Don’t Scare Me Now will wow the audience with a fun surprise and will make students proud!


You Don’t Scare Me Now will be a fun, loud surprise for everyone at the fall recital! The piece starts out creepy and slow, then picks up with a fun, easy syncopated melody with knocks, taps, snaps, and REALLY LOUD sound on the piano! But Wait!

The monster is invited to make the loudest noise that it can because “You don’t scare me now, you don’t scare me now!…I can make a bigger noise than you!” Students then play an amazing glissando (with the help of an index card) that wows the audience at the end!

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9 reviews for You Don’t Scare Me Now!

  1. Mega Hughes

    Wow! Real music! It’s like Ben Folds wrote a Halloween teaching piece!

  2. Libby Weibel

    I gave this piece to 8 students! One squealed on the floor with excitement!

  3. Sigrid Britton

    This has become my student’s “signature piece!”

  4. Andria Nicolaou

    My student was crazy and soooo excited about it! He didn’t want to play anything else!

  5. Erica Cherry

    I brought out “Something in My Piano” and “You Don’t Scare Me Now” this week and my kids are obsessed! Thanks so much!

  6. Janette Rupert

    I wanted to let you know how much several of my students enjoyed playing “You Don’t Scare Me Now.” One performed it in the Halloween recital, and 3 others enjoyed it just for fun at lessons. I loved teaching it!

  7. Cheryl Metcalf

    I love this along with Something in My Piano and It’s All About the Candy! They are delightful and easy to teach yet exciting for the students to be in the different octaves of the keyboard. The glissando is such an exciting way to end the songs as well! I’m so glad that I purchased the bundle of all three for now and future use!

  8. Pam Robinson

    I have given this to 10 of my students who all love it. Great way to teach good composition skills

  9. Kerri

    My students love this and I love it too – it gives them great exposure to tied rhythms!

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