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{{Infobox Song
 
{{Infobox Song
| Title     = Toccata and Fugue In D Minor
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| Title       = Toccata and Fugue In D Minor
| Composer   = [[Johann Sebastian Bach]]
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| Composer   = {{Composer|Johann Sebastian Bach}}
| Released   = 1703-1707
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| Released   = 1703-1707
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| TitleOrigin = Official
 
}}
 
}}
  
One of the most popular organ pieces ever composed is '''''Toccata and Fugue In D Minor (BWV 565)''''', traditionally ascribed to [[Johann Sebastian Bach]], though some scholars disagree. This particular tune is often seen when a game calls for a more spooky mood due to the song's appearance in horror-related pop-culture.
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One of the most popular organ pieces ever composed is '''''Toccata and Fugue In D Minor (BWV 565)''''', traditionally ascribed to [[Johann Sebastian Bach]], though some scholars think it is misattributed. This particular tune is often seen when a game calls for a more spooky mood due to the song's appearance in horror-related pop-culture.
  
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==Games==
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===Donkey Kong Jr. (ARC)===
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{{Infobox SubSong
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| Platform  = ARC
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| Game      = Donkey Kong Jr. (ARC)
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| Recording  =
 +
| Image      = Donkey Kong Jr. - ARC - Game Start.png
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| Arranger  = {{Arranger|Yukio Kaneoka}}
 +
| Released  = 1982-??-??
 +
| Length    =
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| Format    = [[UNK]]
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| Loops      = No
 +
}}
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The tune plays at the start of the game. Note: This tune is not in the NES port of the game.<br clear="all" />
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===Gyruss (A8)===
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{{Infobox SubSong
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| Platform  = A8
 +
| Game      = Gyruss (A8)
 +
| Recording  =
 +
| Image      =
 +
| Arranger  = {{Arranger|Unknown}}
 +
| Released  = 1984-??-??
 +
| Length    =
 +
| Format    = [[SAP]]
 +
| Loops      = No
 +
}}
 +
 +
Tracks 1, 2 and 4 in the SAP file.<br clear="all" />
 +
 +
===Gyruss (C64)===
 +
{{Infobox SubSong
 +
| Platform  = C64
 +
| Game      = Gyruss (C64)
 +
| Recording  =
 +
| Image      = Gyruss - C64 - Start.png
 +
| Arranger  = {{Arranger|Unknown}}
 +
| Released  = 1984-??-??
 +
| Length    =
 +
| Format    = [[SID]]
 +
| Loops      = No
 +
}}
 +
 +
Tracks 1, 2 and 4 in the SID file.<br clear="all" />
 +
 +
===Dracula (C64)===
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{{Infobox SubSong
 +
| Platform  = C64
 +
| Game      = Dracula (C64)
 +
| Recording  =
 +
| Image      =
 +
| Arranger  = {{Arranger|Jay Derrett}}
 +
| Released  = 1985-??-??
 +
| Length    =
 +
| Format    = [[SID]]
 +
| Loops      = ?
 +
}}
 +
 +
Track 1 in the SID file.<br clear="all" />
 +
 +
===Friday the 13th (C64)===
 +
{{Infobox SubSong
 +
| Platform  = C64
 +
| Game      = Friday the 13th (C64)
 +
| Recording  =
 +
| Image      =
 +
| Arranger  = {{Arranger|Unknown}}
 +
| Released  = 1985-??-??
 +
| Length    =
 +
| Format    = [[SID]]
 +
| Loops      = ?
 +
}}
 +
 +
Track 3 in the SID file.<br clear="all" />
 +
 +
===Dark Castle (MAC)===
 +
{{Infobox SubSong
 +
| Platform  = MAC
 +
| Game      = Dark Castle (MAC)
 +
| Recording  =
 +
| Image      =
 +
| Arranger  = {{Arranger|Mark Pierce}}
 +
| Released  = 1986-??-??
 +
| Length    =
 +
| Format    = [[UNK]]
 +
| Loops      = ?
 +
}}
 +
 +
<br clear="all" />
 +
 +
===The Halley Mission (C64)===
 +
{{Infobox SubSong
 +
| Platform  = C64
 +
| Game      = The Halley Mission (C64)
 +
| Recording  =
 +
| Image      =
 +
| Arranger  = {{Arranger|Unknown}}
 +
| Released  = 1986-??-??
 +
| Length    =
 +
| Format    = [[SID]]
 +
| Loops      = ?
 +
}}
 +
 +
Track 1 in the SID file.<br clear="all" />
 +
 +
===Antics (C64)===
 +
{{Infobox SubSong
 +
| Platform  = C64
 +
| Game      = Antics (C64)
 +
| Recording  =
 +
| Image      =
 +
| Arranger  = {{Arranger|Andrew Peckham}}
 +
| Released  = 1987-??-??
 +
| Length    =
 +
| Format    = [[SID]]
 +
| Loops      = ?
 +
}}
 +
 +
Track 1 in the SID file.<br clear="all" />
 +
 +
===Apartment of Mystery (C64)===
 +
{{Infobox SubSong
 +
| Platform  = C64
 +
| Game      = Apartment of Mystery (C64)
 +
| Recording  =
 +
| Image      =
 +
| Arranger  = {{Arranger|Scott Calamer}}
 +
| Released  = 1987-??-??
 +
| Length    =
 +
| Format    = [[SID]]
 +
| Loops      = ?
 +
}}
 +
 +
Track 1 in the SID file.<br clear="all" />
 +
 +
===King's Quest II: Romancing the Throne (DOS)===
 +
{{Infobox SubSong
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| Platform  = DOS
 +
| Game      = King's Quest II: Romancing the Throne (DOS)
 +
| Recording  = {{Recording|TI|111 - King's Quest 2 - DOS - Dracula's Castle.ogg}}{{Recording|PC Speaker|211 - King's Quest 2 - DOS - Dracula's Castle.ogg}}
 +
| Image      = King's Quest 2 - DOS - Dracula's Castle.png
 +
| Arranger  = {{Arranger|Al Lowe}}
 +
| Released  = 1987-??-??
 +
| Length    = 0:23
 +
| Format    = [[SID]]
 +
| Loops      = No
 +
}}
 +
 +
You'll hear ''Toccata and Fugue In D Minor'' upon entering Dracula's castle on the island in the center of the poisoned lake. Despite Dracula being a classic villain, he's disappointingly easy to vanquish in this game. The song is Sound.003 in the game files.
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 +
Both versions of the tune have been recorded, the 3 voice version and the PC speaker version.<br clear="all" />
 +
 +
===Gyruss (FDS)===
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{{Infobox SubSong
 +
| Platform  = FDS
 +
| Game      = Gyruss (FDS)
 +
| Recording  =
 +
| Image      = Gyruss - FDS - Introduction.png
 +
| Arranger  = {{Arranger|Scott Calamer}}
 +
| Released  = 1988-11-18
 +
| Length    =
 +
| Format    = [[NSF]]
 +
| Loops      = No
 +
}}
 +
 +
There are two versions of the song, one that plays during the game's introduction, the other at the map screen. Tracks 1 and 2 in the NSF file.<br clear="all" />
 +
 +
===Rough Ranger (ARC)===
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{{Infobox SubSong
 +
| Platform  = ARC
 +
| Game      = Rough Ranger (ARC)
 +
| Recording  =
 +
| Image      =
 +
| Arranger  = {{Arranger|Unknown}}
 +
| Released  = 1988-??-??
 +
| Length    =
 +
| Format    = [[UNK]]
 +
| Loops      = ?
 +
}}
 +
 +
<br clear="all" />
 +
 +
===Gyruss (NES)===
 +
{{Infobox SubSong
 +
| Platform  = NES
 +
| Game      = Gyruss (NES)
 +
| Recording  =
 +
| Image      = Gyruss - NES - Map.png
 +
| Arranger  = {{Arranger|Unknown}}
 +
| Released  = 1989-02-??
 +
| Length    =
 +
| Format    = [[UNK]]
 +
| Loops      = ?
 +
}}
 +
 +
There are two versions of the song, one that plays during the game's introduction, the other at the map screen. Tracks 1 and 2 in the NSF file.<br clear="all" />
 +
 +
===Battle of Olympus (NES)===
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{{Infobox SubSong
 +
| Platform  = NES
 +
| Game      = Battle of Olympus (NES)
 +
| Recording  =
 +
| Image      =
 +
| Arranger  = {{Arranger|Kazuo Sawa}}
 +
| Released  = 1989-12-??
 +
| Length    =
 +
| Format    = [[NSF]]
 +
| Loops      = ?
 +
}}
 +
 +
Track 15 in the NSF file.<br clear="all" />
 +
 +
===Captain Comic: The Adventure (NES)===
 +
{{Infobox SubSong
 +
| Platform  = NES
 +
| Game      = Captain Comic: The Adventure (NES)
 +
| Recording  =
 +
| Image      =
 +
| Arranger  = {{Arranger|Judye Pistole}}
 +
| Released  = 1989-??-??
 +
| Length    =
 +
| Format    = [[NSF]]
 +
| Loops      = ?
 +
}}
 +
 +
<br clear="all" />
 +
 +
===Castle of Deceit (NES)===
 +
{{Infobox SubSong
 +
| Platform  = NES
 +
| Game      = Castle of Deceit (NES)
 +
| Recording  =
 +
| Image      =
 +
| Arranger  = {{Arranger|Judye Pistole}}
 +
| Released  = 1990-??-??
 +
| Length    =
 +
| Format    = [[NSF]]
 +
| Loops      = ?
 +
}}
 +
 +
<br clear="all" />
 +
 +
===Game Genie (GB)===
 +
{{Infobox SubSong
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| Platform  = GB
 +
| Game      = Game Genie (GB)
 +
| Recording  = {{Recording|Game Boy|01_-_Game_Genie_-_GB_-_Codemasters_Logo.ogg}}
 +
| Image      = Game_Genie_-_GB_-_Codemasters_Logo.png
 +
| Arranger  = {{Arranger|R. Fred Williams}}
 +
| Released  = 1992-??-??
 +
| Length    = 0:04
 +
| Loops      = No
 +
}}
 +
 +
The first four seconds of the song are heard when the Codemasters logo appears.<br clear="all" />
 +
 +
===Monster Bash (DOS)===
 +
{{Infobox SubSong
 +
| Platform  = DOS
 +
| Game      = Monster Bash (DOS)
 +
| Recording  = {{Recording|OPL2|03 - Monster Bash - DOS - Bach Bash.ogg}}
 +
| Image      =
 +
| Arranger  = {{Arranger|Rob Wallace}}
 +
| Released  = 1993-04-09
 +
| Length    = 2:19
 +
| Format    = [[IMF]]
 +
| Loops      = Yes
 +
}}
 +
 +
Pieces of ''Toccata and Fugue In D Minor'' can be heard at the beginning of the song Bach Bash, but rest of the song sounds original. Bach in the title of the song apparently refers to the original composer, [[Johann Sebastian Bach]]<br clear="all" />
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 +
===Ren and Stimpy Show: Time Warp (SNES)===
 +
{{Infobox SubSong
 +
| Platform  = SNES
 +
| Game      = Ren and Stimpy Show: Time Warp (SNES)
 +
| Recording  =
 +
| Image      =
 +
| Arranger  = {{Arranger|Unknown}}
 +
| Released  = 1994-11-??
 +
| Length    =
 +
| Format    = [[SPC]]
 +
| Loops      = ?
 +
}}
  
==Games==
 
 
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<br clear="all" />
{{Template: Table Song
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| Caption01 = Released
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===Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney Justice for All (NDS)===
| Caption02 = Game
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{{Infobox SubSong
| Caption03 = Arranger
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| Platform  = NDS
| Caption04 = Length
+
| Game      = Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney Justice for All (NDS)
| Caption05 = Format
+
| Recording  =  
| Caption06 = Notes
+
| Image      =  
 +
| Arranger  = {{Arranger|Naoto Tanaka}}
 +
| Released  = 2006-10-26
 +
| Length     =
 +
| Format    = [[SPC]]
 +
| Loops      = ?
 +
}}
 +
 
 +
<br clear="all" />
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{{SheetMusic
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| File01 = Toccata and Fugue In D Minor - Sheet - 1.png
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| Desc01 = Page 1
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| File02 = Toccata and Fugue In D Minor - Sheet - 2.png
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| Desc02 = Page 2
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| File03 = Toccata and Fugue In D Minor - Sheet - 3.png
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| Desc03 = Page 3
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| File04 = Toccata and Fugue In D Minor - Sheet - 4.png
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| Desc04 = Page 4
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| File05 = Toccata and Fugue In D Minor - Sheet - 5.png
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| Desc05 = Page 5
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| File06 = Toccata and Fugue In D Minor - Sheet - 6.png
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| Desc06 = Page 6
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| File07 = Toccata and Fugue In D Minor - Sheet - 7.png
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| Desc07 = Page 7
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| File08 = Toccata and Fugue In D Minor - Sheet - 8.png
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| Desc08 = Page 8
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| File09 = Toccata and Fugue In D Minor - Sheet - 9.png
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| Desc09 = Page 9
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| File10 = Toccata and Fugue In D Minor - Sheet - 10.png
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| Desc10 = Page 10
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| File11 = Toccata and Fugue In D Minor - Sheet - 11.png
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| Desc11 = Page 11
 
}}
 
}}
| 1982/??/??
 
| [[Donkey Kong Jr. (ARC)]]
 
|
 
|
 
| [[UNK]]
 
|
 
|-
 
| 1985/??/??
 
| [[Friday the 13th (C64)]]
 
|
 
|
 
| [[SID]]
 
|
 
|-
 
| 1988/11/18
 
| [[Gyruss (NES)|ジャイラス (FDS)]]
 
|
 
|
 
| [[NSF]]
 
|
 
|-
 
| 1988/??/??
 
| [[Rough Ranger (ARC)]]
 
|
 
|
 
| [[UNK]]
 
|
 
|-
 
| 1989/02/??
 
| [[Gyruss (NES)]]
 
|
 
|
 
| [[NSF]]
 
|
 
|-
 
| 1989/12/??
 
| [[Battle of Olympus (NES)]]
 
|
 
|
 
| [[NSF]]
 
|
 
|-
 
| 1993/04/09
 
| [[Monster Bash (DOS)]]
 
| [[Rob Wallace]]
 
| 2:19
 
| [[IMF]]
 
| Only the beginning of Toccata and Fugue is used, the rest of the song is original.
 
|-
 
| 1994/11/??
 
| [[Ren and Stimpy Show: Time Warp (SNES)]]
 
|
 
|
 
| [[SPC]]
 
|
 
|-
 
|}
 
  
 
==Links==
 
==Links==
* '''Wikipedia:''' [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Toccata_and_Fugue_in_D_minor http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Toccata_and_Fugue_in_D_minor]
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* [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Toccata_and_Fugue_in_D_minor http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Toccata_and_Fugue_in_D_minor] - Wikipedia.
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* [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Nnuq9PXbywA youtube.com/watch?v=Nnuq9PXbywA] - Professional recording by Hans-André Stamm.
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[[Category: Non-Videogame Songs]]
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[[Category: Public Domain Songs]]

Revision as of 13:55, 6 November 2021

Toccata and Fugue In D Minor
Composer Johann Sebastian Bach
Released 1703-1707
Title Origin Official

One of the most popular organ pieces ever composed is Toccata and Fugue In D Minor (BWV 565), traditionally ascribed to Johann Sebastian Bach, though some scholars think it is misattributed. This particular tune is often seen when a game calls for a more spooky mood due to the song's appearance in horror-related pop-culture.

Games

Donkey Kong Jr. (ARC)

Platform - ARC.png
Donkey Kong Jr. (ARC)
Donkey Kong Jr. - ARC - Game Start.png
Arranger Yukio Kaneoka
Released 1982-??-??
Format UNK
Loops No

The tune plays at the start of the game. Note: This tune is not in the NES port of the game.

Gyruss (A8)

Platform - A8.png
Gyruss (A8)
Arranger Unknown
Released 1984-??-??
Format SAP
Loops No

Tracks 1, 2 and 4 in the SAP file.

Gyruss (C64)

Platform - C64.png
Gyruss (C64)
Gyruss - C64 - Start.png
Arranger Unknown
Released 1984-??-??
Format SID
Loops No

Tracks 1, 2 and 4 in the SID file.

Dracula (C64)

Platform - C64.png
Dracula (C64)
Arranger Jay Derrett
Released 1985-??-??
Format SID
Loops ?

Track 1 in the SID file.

Friday the 13th (C64)

Platform - C64.png
Friday the 13th (C64)
Arranger Unknown
Released 1985-??-??
Format SID
Loops ?

Track 3 in the SID file.

Dark Castle (MAC)

Platform - MAC.png
Dark Castle (MAC)
Arranger Mark Pierce
Released 1986-??-??
Format UNK
Loops ?


The Halley Mission (C64)

Platform - C64.png
The Halley Mission (C64)
Arranger Unknown
Released 1986-??-??
Format SID
Loops ?

Track 1 in the SID file.

Antics (C64)

Platform - C64.png
Antics (C64)
Arranger Andrew Peckham
Released 1987-??-??
Format SID
Loops ?

Track 1 in the SID file.

Apartment of Mystery (C64)

Platform - C64.png
Apartment of Mystery (C64)
Arranger Scott Calamer
Released 1987-??-??
Format SID
Loops ?

Track 1 in the SID file.

King's Quest II: Romancing the Throne (DOS)

Platform - DOS.png
King's Quest II: Romancing the Throne (DOS)
Output - TI.svg
Output - PC Speaker.svg
King's Quest 2 - DOS - Dracula's Castle.png
Arranger Al Lowe
Released 1987-??-??
Length 0:23
Format SID
Loops No

You'll hear Toccata and Fugue In D Minor upon entering Dracula's castle on the island in the center of the poisoned lake. Despite Dracula being a classic villain, he's disappointingly easy to vanquish in this game. The song is Sound.003 in the game files.

Both versions of the tune have been recorded, the 3 voice version and the PC speaker version.

Gyruss (FDS)

Platform - FDS.png
Gyruss (FDS)
Gyruss - FDS - Introduction.png
Arranger Scott Calamer
Released 1988-11-18
Format NSF
Loops No

There are two versions of the song, one that plays during the game's introduction, the other at the map screen. Tracks 1 and 2 in the NSF file.

Rough Ranger (ARC)

Platform - ARC.png
Rough Ranger (ARC)
Arranger Unknown
Released 1988-??-??
Format UNK
Loops ?


Gyruss (NES)

Platform - NES.png
Gyruss (NES)
Gyruss - NES - Map.png
Arranger Unknown
Released 1989-02-??
Format UNK
Loops ?

There are two versions of the song, one that plays during the game's introduction, the other at the map screen. Tracks 1 and 2 in the NSF file.

Battle of Olympus (NES)

Platform - NES.png
Battle of Olympus (NES)
Arranger Kazuo Sawa
Released 1989-12-??
Format NSF
Loops ?

Track 15 in the NSF file.

Captain Comic: The Adventure (NES)

Platform - NES.png
Captain Comic: The Adventure (NES)
Arranger Judye Pistole
Released 1989-??-??
Format NSF
Loops ?


Castle of Deceit (NES)

Platform - NES.png
Castle of Deceit (NES)
Arranger Judye Pistole
Released 1990-??-??
Format NSF
Loops ?


Game Genie (GB)

Platform - GB.png
Game Genie (GB)
Output - Game Boy.svg
Game Genie - GB - Codemasters Logo.png
Arranger R. Fred Williams
Released 1992-??-??
Length 0:04
Loops No

The first four seconds of the song are heard when the Codemasters logo appears.

Monster Bash (DOS)

Platform - DOS.png
Monster Bash (DOS)
Output - OPL2.svg
Arranger Rob Wallace
Released 1993-04-09
Length 2:19
Format IMF
Loops Yes

Pieces of Toccata and Fugue In D Minor can be heard at the beginning of the song Bach Bash, but rest of the song sounds original. Bach in the title of the song apparently refers to the original composer, Johann Sebastian Bach

Ren and Stimpy Show: Time Warp (SNES)

Platform - SNES.png
Ren and Stimpy Show: Time Warp (SNES)
Arranger Unknown
Released 1994-11-??
Format SPC
Loops ?


Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney Justice for All (NDS)

Platform - NDS.png
Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney Justice for All (NDS)
Arranger Naoto Tanaka
Released 2006-10-26
Format SPC
Loops ?


Sheet Music

Links