Pictures at an Exhibition

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Pictures at an Exhibition
Composer Modest Mussorgsky
Released 1874
Title Origin Official

Pictures at an Exhibition is a ten-movement suite composed by Russian composer Modest Mussorgsky, composed originally for the piano but has been performed by many symphonies.

Games

Toru Matsumoto's Stock Winning Science (FC)

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Toru Matsumoto's Stock Winning Science (FC)
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Arranger Tomohiro Hori
Released 1988-02-18
Format NSF

The song is track 1 in the NSF file. It sounds like this game may have used a sound driver by Advance Communication Company. It's ironic since they later arranged the song for Oishinbo (Gourmet: The Ultimate Three-Game Menu). This has not yet been confirmed.

Gourmet: The Ultimate Three-Game Menu (FC)

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Gourmet: The Ultimate Three-Game Menu (FC)
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Arranger Osamu Kasai, Masaaki Harada
Released 1989-07-25
Format NSF

The song plays at the title screen. It is track 1 in the NSF file. Unlike the other two NES games which play the song in the key of G, this game plays it in the key of D. It is also tuned at about 449.2 Hz. The music was arranged and played through Sound Routine 4 Gou.

Return of the Incredible Machine: Contraptions (MAC)

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Return of the Incredible Machine: Contraptions (MAC)
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Arranger Unknown
Released 1993-??-??
Length 3:19
Format CD
Loops Yes

One of the BGM. And one of the few licensed music in the game.

Mario is Missing! (NES)

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Mario is Missing! (NES)
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Arranger Paul Wilkinson
Released 1993-07-??
Format NSF

The song plays when you are on the item selection screen. It is track 5 in the NSF file. Paul Wilkinson wrote the song in Cakewalk for MS-DOS and converted it to his sound driver.

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