As we were "creeping" up to Halloween, we published a ballot on our website and asked listeners to cast their votes for the scariest classical music around — what we call Creepy Classics.
The votes came in and we tabulated the results, and now, on Halloween night, host Bill Morelock will play the top 10 Creepy Classics favorites, as voted by you.
Tune in Monday, Oct. 31, starting at 7 p.m. Central / 5 p.m. Pacific to hear these wonderfully frightful pieces of music. It makes an ideal soundtrack for trick-or-treating, whether you're going door to door in search of candy, or if you're answering your door and handing out treats to costumed revelers.
Creepy Classics 2016: Your top 10
No. 10: Charles Gounoud, Funeral March of a Marionette
No. 9: John Williams, Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's/Philosopher's Stone: Hedwig's Theme
No. 8: Bernard Hermann, Psycho: A Narrative for Orchestra
No. 7: Frederic Chopin, Piano Sonata No. 2: Funeral March
No. 6: Paul Dukas, The Sorcerer's Apprentice
No. 5: Hector Berlioz, Symphonie Fantastique: March to the Scaffold
No. 4: Edvard Grieg, Peer Gynt: In the Hall of the Mountain King
No. 3: Camille Saint-Saëns, Danse Macabre
No. 2: J.S. Bach, Toccata and Fugue
No. 1: Modest Mussorgsky, Night on Bald Mountain