Tuesday, February 19, 2019

Thursday, February 14, 2019

The Lovelorn Lobster with Rachael Teixeira and Whimsically Macabre

So excited to post this collaboration with the fabulous Rachael Teixeira! Find out more about Rachael here: https://www.rachaelteixeira.com/

The Lovelorn Lobster is a song from 1897 with lyrics by Joseph W. Herbert. I wrote original music to his poignant lyrics about love between a lobster and a piscatorial maiden going terribly awry. A timeless, classic song for Valentine’s Day, or any occasion. 

Composed by Stacy Fahrion, and performed by Rachael Teixeira, vocals, and Stacy Fahrion, piano.

Tuesday, February 12, 2019

Beautiful Dreamer- Whimsically Macabre version

This piece starts out mostly normal, staying close to Stephen Foster's piece, but then something goes awry and it ends up in the parallel minor.

Friday, February 1, 2019

Jabberwocky - Rachel Teixeira & Whimsically Macabre!

 I am incredibly excited to share this, and honored that Rachael agreed to sing this piece. I can’t say enough about what a fantastic musician Rachael is; she blew me away with her wonderful interpretation. Written by Stacy Fahrion/Whimsically Macabre (ASCAP). Performed by Rachael Teixeira and Stacy Fahrion. Awesome background vocals added by Rachael Teixeira. Find out more about Rachael here: https://www.rachaelteixeira.com/

Thursday, December 13, 2018

A Whimsically Macabre Christmas - new EP now available!

Monday, December 10, 2018

He Knows When You’re Awake (We Wish You a Macabre Christmas)

I wrote this one back in December of 2015, and thought I'd revise it a bit and make the video even creepier. Remember that Santa is ALWAYS watching. 

Friday, December 7, 2018

Friday, November 30, 2018

FREE Sheet Music! Silent Night, arranged by Stacy Fahrion

Sheet music for this arrangement is free today, November 30th: https://pianopronto.com/composers-community/stacy-fahrion/stacy-fahrion-silent-night/ I intended to write an off-kilter version of Silent Night, but the piece didn’t want to be creepy or clever, so I tried to write the most sincerely beautiful version of Silent Night I could. It has a few minor reharmonizations and crunchy dissonances. It's in C Major. I don't know who I am any more. I hope it brings you a moment of peace and comfort during difficult times.