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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.
  
  

Revision as of 16:11, 4 November 2010

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

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.


Games


Released

Game

Arranger

Length

Format

Listen

1982/??/?? Donkey Kong Jr. (ARC) UNK
1985/??/?? Friday the 13th (C64) SID
1988/11/18 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
1994/11/?? Ren and Stimpy Show: Time Warp (SNES) SPC


Monster Bash (DOS)

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.


Links