Minuet In G Major

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Minuet In G Major
Composer Christian Petzold
Released 1725-??-??
Title Origin Official

Minuet In G Major, sometimes referred to as "BWV Anh. 114," is a classical music composition that was for years attributed to Johann Sebastian Bach, but is now properly attributed to Christian Petzold. The minimalist song is a 32-measure piece primarily in the key of G major.

Games

Sound Blaster Pro (DOS)

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Sound Blaster Pro (DOS)
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Arranger Voyetra Technologies
Released 1991-??-??
Length 0:36.88
BPM 160
Format MIDI

Minuet In G Major is included as one of the example MIDI files with the Sound Blaster Pro (DOS). The song's meta data includes a copyright to Voyetra Technologies indicating that this song was pulled from their MusiClips library.

The song is named MINUET1.MID and is found in the MIDI folder.

Anyone For Cards? (MAC)

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Anyone For Cards? (MAC)
Arranger Voyetra Technologies, Kurt Masteller
Released 1994-??-??
Format UNK


Anyone For Cards? (W16)

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Anyone For Cards? (W16)
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Arranger Voyetra Technologies, Kurt Masteller
Released 1994-??-??
Length 0:36.88
BPM 160
Format MIDI

Minuet is the fifth song found in the playlist for the game Anyone For Cards?. The song's meta data includes a copyright to Voyetra Technologies, indicating that the song came from their MusiClips library. However, the game's MIDI file duplicates the instrument tracks providing a fuller sound, which may have been the work of Kurt Masteller.

The song loops unless the "play all selections" option is turned on. The file name for this song is MINUET.MID.

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