Bermuda Triangle

Difficulty Level: Advanced


Original Music by Jeff Chambers

Eternal Father, Strong to Save (Traditional Naval Hymn)

The non-original music in this show is public domain and requires no additional performance rights to perform!


This show is published through Center-X Productions and must be purchased through them. 

TOTAL - $2,000




-Clarinet 1

-Clarinet 2

-Bass Clarinet

-Alto Sax

-Tenor Sax

-Trumpet 1

-Trumpet 2

-Trumpet 3

-Mellophone 1

-Mellophone 2

-Low Brass 1

-Low Brass 2

-(Baritone T.C.)



-Snare Drums

-Tenors (Quints)

-Bass Drums (5)


-Marimba 1

-Marimba 2

-Vibraphone 1

-Vibraphone 2




-Electric Guitar

-Double Bass

-Sound FX

-Rack Percussion 1

-Rack Percussion 2

-Rack Percussion 3


The Bermuda Triangle, also known as the Devil’s Triangle, is a loosely defined region in the western part of the North Atlantic Ocean, where a number of aircraft and ships are said to have disappeared under mysterious circumstances. Popular culture has attributed various disappearances to the paranormal or activity by extraterrestrial beings. This show is a five-part exploration into the mysteries of the Bermuda Triangle (for your convenience, parts 1 and 2, and 4 and 5 have been combined). The score includes optional voiceovers to further enhance your story. Be sure to include visual references of the triangle in your production (drill shapes, tarps and even fabric strips used periodically). One important decision you will want to make is whether you are depicting an aircraft or ship entering the Bermuda Triangle. Be sure to be consistent with your voiceovers, props, auxiliary costumes and flags. Here is a suggested storyline: Bermuda Triangle/Flight 19 would be about the Bermuda Triangle and the mysterious disappearance of Flight 19 in the 1940s. The movements could be called: Triangle, Lift Off, Soaring, Lost and Remembrance. This show offers many unique musical moments and ideas that would work well with many themes or guard ideas.