Ode to Joy or odious toy?
If Music On: Learning Piano was the last source of piano-playing knowledge on Earth, the art wouldn't be lost forever. That said, it doesn't offer instruction in the traditional sense like Art Academy does. The game includes no nutty professor or girl next door to teach you how to read sheet music or enlighten you with musical theory. Heck, there isn't even a platonic best..
About The Game
The entire orchestra follows your performance of 15 great classics.
Earn the bronze, silver and gold medals for each song, completing all different levels. A simplified music score is shown on the upper screen and a full piano keyboard on the touch screen, guiding beginners note by note on their first steps.
- The Entertainer (S. Joplin)
- For Elise (L. Beethoven)
- In the hall of the mountain king (E. Grieg)
- Ode to joy (L. Beethoven)
- Canon (J. Pachelbel)
- Hungarian dance No. 5 (J. Brahms)
- Radetzky march (J. Strauss I)
- La traviata (G. Verdi)
- Opus 10. 2. (L. Beethoven)
- Musette in D major (J. S. Bach)
- Wedding March (F. Mendelssohn)
- The blue Danube (J. Strauss II)
- The infernal galop "Can Can" (J. Offenbach)
- Brahm's Lullaby (J. Brahms)
- Minuet in G major (J. S. Bach)