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Piano music

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Chopin vs. the Flappy-Bird Volume Control

Frédéric Chopin's Prelude in E Minor, Op. 28 No. 4, with the right-hand part played on a Commodore 64 running Qwertuoso, demonstrating the new Flappy-Bird volume control mode. Read more.

Posted Friday 10-Mar-2023 07:52, 0 comments.

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Live at Fjälldata 2024

Mahoney (of Mahoney & Kaktus fame) and I sat down to play some SID tunes at Fjälldata, the only demoparty I'm aware of that features a grand piano. Read more.

Posted Friday 16-Feb-2024 08:26, 2 comments.

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One man and his piano

This is my cover of Rob Hubbard's One Man And His Droid. Read more.

Posted in ancient times, 11 comments.

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Parallax for piano

Martin Galway's Parallax, by me, live, on a real piano, without any edits or overdubs. Read more.

Posted in ancient times, 9 comments.

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Romance from Chopin's 1st Piano Concerto

Featuring one SID chip and one piano. Read more.

Posted in ancient times, 6 comments.

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Stein Pedersen's Nocturne

A beautiful SID tune by Stein Pedersen appears at the very end of the Commodore 64 demo 2011 — A Press Space Odyssey by Offence. Here I've adapted it into a piano exercise for the left hand. Read more.

Posted Wednesday 6-Dec-2017 07:37, 2 comments.

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The Swan

In an attempt to squeeze as much emotion as possible into a tiny chip, I managed to fit Camille Saint-Saëns' The Swan into 480 (out of 1024) bytes of ROM on an ATtiny15. The microcontroller runs at 1.6 MHz and provides 32 bytes of RAM (actually registers). Read more.

Posted Monday 26-Apr-2010 16:12, 10 comments.

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Triple fugue #1

When Frédéric Chopin wrote his rather melancholic prelude in C minor, he did not know that years later, a computer game called Ghosts And Goblins would carry the chord progression of the first few bars of that very prelude into the hearts and minds of a whole new generation. Read more.

Posted in ancient times, 3 comments.

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Vocalise

Rachmaninoff's Vocalise arranged for C64 and piano. Read more.

Posted Sunday 13-Mar-2022 22:02, 2 comments.