Black Forest

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Black Forest
Composer Todd Porter
Released 1990-??-??
Title Origin Official

Black Forest, often simply titled Forest was composed by Todd Porter for Ultima VI: The False Prophet. Despite the name, the song is never actually played specifically in a forest, but rather the song is one of the four random tunes that plays throughout the game after conversations. The song consists of a hammer dulcimer melody with a guitar harmony, with the two instruments flowing gently through the song.

The official title comes from the Origin Soundtrack album, however, many people refer to this song as Forest because its file name in the original DOS version is Forest.m.

Games

Ultima VI: The False Prophet (DOS)

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Ultima VI: The False Prophet (DOS)
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Arranger Herman Miller
Released 1990-??-??
Length 1:28
Format M
Loops Yes

The song can be played on six different sound cards, though the Innovative SSI-2001 and Covox Sound Master soundtracks have yet to be recorded.

Ultima VI: The False Prophet (AST)

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Ultima VI: The False Prophet (AST)
Arranger Matt Furniss
Released 1992-??-??
Length 0:30
Format SNDH
Loops Yes


Sheet Music

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