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The '''''SimCity PC Speaker Theme''''' is the music track that plays in the background on the 16-bit Windows version of [[SimCity (W16)]] if you do not have a MIDI-compatible sound card. You will here this song which is an amalgam of several [[Johann Sebastian Bach]] songs including [[Partita No. 3 In E Major]], [[We Thank You, God, We Thank You]], and a couple other that have yet to be identified. The music plays on a continuous loop right after the game boots up.
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The '''''SimCity PC Speaker Theme''''' is the music track that plays in the background on the 16-bit Windows version of [[SimCity (W16)]] if you do not have a MIDI-compatible sound card. You will hear this song which is an amalgam of several [[Johann Sebastian Bach]] songs including [[Partita No. 3 In E Major]], [[We Thank You, God, We Thank You]], and a couple other that have yet to be identified. The music plays on a continuous loop right after the game boots up.
  
 
The song uses the [[MML]] format of GW-BASIC and is named SCWMUSIC.TSF in the game files.
 
The song uses the [[MML]] format of GW-BASIC and is named SCWMUSIC.TSF in the game files.

Latest revision as of 15:40, 14 January 2019

SimCity PC Speaker Theme
Output - PC Speaker.svg
SimCity - W16 - Hamburg.png
Composer Johann Sebastian Bach
Arranger Michael Baum, René Schuchter
Released 1992-??-??
Length 3:14.70
Format MML.png
Game SimCity (W16)
Title Origin Game Location
Loops Yes

The SimCity PC Speaker Theme is the music track that plays in the background on the 16-bit Windows version of SimCity (W16) if you do not have a MIDI-compatible sound card. You will hear this song which is an amalgam of several Johann Sebastian Bach songs including Partita No. 3 In E Major, We Thank You, God, We Thank You, and a couple other that have yet to be identified. The music plays on a continuous loop right after the game boots up.

The song uses the MML format of GW-BASIC and is named SCWMUSIC.TSF in the game files.

SimCity Classic, an updated version of the game released in 1995, also features the same music.

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