Short comic horror motif. Quirky and creepy through the use of theremin and glockenspiel, the witchy cackles and background sound effects add to the jumping harpsichord theme to create an impending sense of someone coming for you. Better hide.
Cartoon-esque horror track. Fun and fast paced, with an oompah style beat, featuring quick harpsichord and musicbox runs, theremin lead and wurlitzer background organ. Strings - pizzicato and shorts - help keep it playful while still portraying its creepy and ghostly theme.
Orchestral carnival theme with a sense of the macabre. Very animated, with all the instruments of the orchestra featured for a dynamic and at times, deliberately hectic and manic feel, it captures both the fun, comical side of the circus with the darker, more horror themed associations we've come to see on the big screen. Hauntingly enjoyable.
A slower, more pensive drama theme. Repeating vibraphone motif leads to dark solo strings that combine feelings of terror, love and paranoia. Theremin and string shorts fill out the arrangement as the intensity gradually builds.
Hauntingly tense piano based track. Dark and atmospheric from the start, using a simple repeated piano theme, and enhanced by subtle, dissonant strings and choir to create suspense, the piece remains stable but varied throughout - synth pulses and percussion add movement, cello adds melancholy, glockenspiel adds lightness. The slow pace adds to the dramatic tension so you're left in no doubt that something must be lurking nearby.