Hungarian Dance No. 5

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Hungarian Dance No. 5
Composer Johannes Brahms
Released 1869-??-??

Hungarian Dance No. 5 is the fifth and most popular of 21 dance songs composed by Johannes Brahms. Most of the songs are based heavily on earlier works, No. 5 in particular is based on "Bártfai emlék" by Béla Kéler. No. 5 was published in 1869.

Games

Spy's Demise (A8)

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Spy's Demise (A8)
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Arranger Unknown
Released 1983-??-??
Format SAP


The Bard's Tale (C64)

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The Bard's Tale (C64)
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Arranger Lawrence Holland
Released 1986-??-??
Format SID


Creative Music System (DOS)

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Creative Music System (DOS)
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Arranger Sim Wong Hoo
Released 1987-08-??
Length 1:34
Format CMS

Hungarian Dance No. 5 is located on Song Disk 1 as Hgry5.cms. The file's metadata credits arrangement to Sim Wong Hoo. The tune is played on two SAA1099 chips.

Nadia of the Mysterious Sea (FC)

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Nadia of the Mysterious Sea (FC)
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Arranger Michiharu Hasuya, Masaaki Harada
Released 1991-03-15
Length 0:49
Format NSF

The song is the seventh stage theme of the game. It plays on stages 16, 18, 20, 47, 49, and 50. It was arranged by either Michiharu Hasuya or Masaaki Harada, who arranged it with their proprietary sound driver, Sound Routine 4 Gou.

Home Alone (SNES)

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Home Alone (SNES)
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Arranger Michiharu Hasuya, Masaaki Harada
Released 1991-12-??
Format SPC


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