Toccata and Fugue In D Minor
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.
|1982-??-??||Donkey Kong Jr. (ARC)||UNK|
|1985-??-??||Friday the 13th (C64)||SID|
|1987-??-??||Antics (C64)||Chris Hulsbeck||SID|
|1987-??-??||King's Quest II: Romancing the Throne (DOS)||Al Lowe||0:23||SND (Sierra) (3 Voice)|| |
|1987-??-??||King's Quest II: Romancing the Throne (DOS)||Al Lowe||0:23||SND (Sierra) (PC Speaker)|| |
|1988-??-??||Rough Ranger (ARC)||UNK|
|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|
|2006-10-26||Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney Justice for All (DS)||Akemi Kimura|
Donkey Kong Jr. (ARC)
Note: This tune is not in the NES release of the game.
Friday the 13th (C64)
King's Quest II: Romancing the Throne (DOS)
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.
Both versions of the tune have been recorded, the 3 voice version and the PC speaker version.
Rough Ranger (ARC)
Battle of Olympus (NES)
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.