On the Subject of Piece Identification
For those uncultured swines out there - it's not a song, it's a piece.
This module contains a keyboard, a text box, and two displays of the greatest composers in the classical music world - Mozart and Beethoven.
To begin, press the display with Mozart on it. The module will then play part of a section from a movement of a classical piece.
To solve the module, enter the movement of the piece where the section is played. There are three stages.
You may enter the section name as well, in which if it's correct, the module will solve immediately.
If you did not answer correctly, the module will strike and reset.
Pressing any key while an animation or section is playing will skip the animation and the music.
Below is a list of every track used on the module with a YouTube link, and timestamps listing the sections within. Use this for reference.
- For very similar tracks, the module will play a short additional segment that transitions to the current given track for better reference.
- Type the name as follows: [Piece name], [Movement/Subsection name]. You may append the section name at the back, seperated with a comma.(e.g. Piano Sonata in C Major K. 545, 2nd Movement, Part III: Coda)
- In a piece name (not segment names!), names in brackets must be ignored.
- Repetition of tracks will always be excluded as they are indistinguishable with other tracks. This includes repeat of exposition, repeat of recapitulation, etc.