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Revision as of 07:31, 5 January 2015

Dance of the Sugar Plum Fairy
Composer Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky
Released 1892-12-18

Dance of the Sugar Plum Fairy is a famous instrumental from the ballet The Nutcracker. The instrumental features a rare keyboard instrument piece, the celesta, which means "heavenly" in French. Tchaikovsky wrote Dance of the Sugar Plum Fairy specifically the celesta in order to be the first composer to use it.


Games

Released

Game

Arranger

Length

Format

Listen

1987-02-26 Dance Aerobics (NES) Unknown NSF
1989-11-?? Tetris (NES) Hirokazu Tanaka 0:55 NSF
1989-11-?? Tetris (NES) (Fast Version) Hirokazu Tanaka 0:27 NSF
1989-??-?? Weird Dreams (AMI) David Whittaker  ?  ?
1989-??-?? Weird Dreams (AST) David Whittaker  ?  ?
1989-??-?? Weird Dreams (C64) Barry Leitch  ? SID
1989-??-?? Weird Dreams (DOS) Barry Leitch 0:58 MUS (AdLib)
1991-12-?? Home Alone (SNES) Mark Van Hecke  ? SPC


Tetris (NES)

Tetris - NES - Main Menu.png

Music 1 is Dance of the Sugar Plum Fairy in the Licensed NES game. Under normal circumstances, the song plays at it's regular tempo, however, when you get dangerously close to the top, the song plays from 150 BPM to 300 BPM.

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