Software:Musician (video game)

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Musician
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Publisher(s)Philips
Platform(s)Magnavox Odyssey² (United States )
Philips Videopac (Europe)
Release1980
Genre(s)Music

Musician is cartridge number 31 in the official Magnavox/Philips line of games for the Philips Videopac. It came in a cardboard box roughly double the size of a standard Videopac game box, containing a keyboard overlay in the style of a piano keyboard; the cartridge, in a standard Videopac box with a single sheet where the manual would usually be; and a landscape format manual, over double the size of a standard game manual.

The purpose of the set is to turn the user's Videopac into a musical keyboard. It supports recording and editing sequences of up to 81 notes, although there is no way to save apart from writing a composition down on music manuscript. In the manual there are the following pieces of sheet music:

  • "Badinerie" (Bach)
  • "Brother Jacob"
  • "The Entertainer"
  • "Eurovision Tune"
  • "Happy Birthday to You"
  • "Liebestraum" (Liszt)
  • "Lightly Row"
  • "Merrily We Roll Along"
  • "Michael Row the Boat Ashore"
  • "Mosocow Night"
  • "Old McDonald Had a Farm"
  • "This Old Man"
  • "Three Young Drummers"
  • "Twinkle Twinkle Little Star"

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