Unknown Sports Fanfare

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Unknown Sports Fanfare
Composer Unknown
Released 1???-??-??
Title Origin Game Location
For more titles see Unknown (Song Title).

Unknown Sports Fanfare is a short fanfare commonly played at sports games. Sometimes it's incorrectly named Charge, but that's only because this fanfare is played with Charge fanfare right before the latter one.

Title

VGMPF does not know the correct, or at least common, title yet.

Composition

Every 2 loops, it is transposed up and may be sped up.

Games

Arch Rivals (ARC)

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Arch Rivals (ARC)
Arranger Dan Forden
Programmer Unknown
Released 1988-09-??
Format UNK
Loops No

Plays at some games while it was in progress.

Power Play Hockey: USA vs USSR (C64)

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Power Play Hockey: USA vs USSR (C64)
Arranger Rob Hubbard
Programmer Rob Hubbard
Released 1988-11-??
BPM 130 (0:00.00)
140 (0:03.71)
151 (0:07.15)
165 (0:10.32)
181 (0:13.23) (old NTSC)
127 (0:00.00)
137 (0:03.78)
148 (0:07.29)
162 (0:10.52)
178 (0:13.49) (NTSC)
Format SID
Loops No

Plays in C, C♯, D, D♯ and E.

In the official NTSC version, it is tuned at 457 Hz. The official PAL version is not identified yet. Besides that, it sounds the same on every SID chip. In the rip, it is track 2.

Face Off! (C64)

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Face Off! (C64)
Arranger Unknown
Programmer Unknown
Released 1989-??-??
BPM 229 (old NTSC)
224 (NTSC)
Format SID
Loops No

Plays in F♯ and G♯. The driver is unique to both of MindSpan Technologies' games.

On the 6581, the melody is one octave higher and much quieter than on the 8580. In the rip, it is track 4.

Wayne Gretzky's Hockey (NES)

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Wayne Gretzky's Hockey (NES)
Output - NES.svg
Arranger Julian Lefay
Programmer Randy Linden
Released 1991-01-??
Format NSF
Loops No

Plays when the game starts.

Where's Waldo? (NES)

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Where's Waldo? (NES)
Output - NES.svg
Arranger Julian Lefay
Programmer Randy Linden
Released 1991-09-??
Length 0:08.00
Format NSF
Loops No

Plays in C, C♯ and D, first in a medley with Charge when Waldo is found. It was cut off after the first few seconds.

Arch Rivals: The Arcade Game (GEN)

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Arch Rivals: The Arcade Game (GEN)
Output - OPN2.svg
Arranger Mark Cooksey
Programmer Unknown
Released 1992-??-??
Length 0:02
Format VGM
Loops No

Plays in C at some games while it was in progress.

Arch Rivals: The Arcade Game (GG)

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Arch Rivals: The Arcade Game (GG)
Output - TI.svg
Arranger Mark Cooksey
Programmer Unknown
Released 1993-??-??
Length 0:02
Format VGM
Loops No

Plays in C♯ at some games while it was in progress.

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