Ecossaise in D major
Ecossaise in D major is the first of 3 Ecossaises, Op.72 No.3: piano pieces inspired by Scottish (French: écossais) dances.
Between prints (released after the composer's death), the score differs a bit. Generally, it is in D major, 2/4, and at 108 BPM. Some bass notes are written with staccato, and bar 6 sometimes starts with an additional F♯ (in fact matching bars 2 and 3).
Avoid the Noid (DOS)
When you ascend from floor 12 to 13, or descend from floor 16 to 15, Ecossaise in D major loops. It pauses as the close-up Noid appears, and restarts (version 1.0) or resumes (version 1.1) as the floors reappear.
Only the first 17 bars have been arranged, and with a few bum notes at that. Particularly the ottava alta line over bars 6–8 (except the first and last note) has been overlooked.
For the monophonic PC Speaker, only the highest treble was typed, and at a more stiff rhythm: All durations turned into eighth triplets, except for the eighths, which became sixteenths. The gamer can toggle between legato and staccato, and both were recorded using a microphone.
- imslp.org/wiki/3_Ecossaises,_Op.72_No.3_(Chopin,_Frédéric) - International Music Score Library Project.