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Mad Maestro! FAQ/Walkthrough

by Mind Ape   Updated to v1.5 on

                        MAD MAESTRO! FAQ/WALKTHROUGH Ver. 1.5

This document is Copyright 2002-2003 By Jason Abdelhadi (Mind Ape)

Email me at:  Mind_Ape


-March 12, 2003, added slight corrections, Ranking System

-March 24th, added Bonus Games 9-10, 

-March 23rd, 2002, Started Concert Play section, finished Bonus Games  

-March 22nd, 2002, minor editing, started Bonus Games section

-March 21st, 2002, Added Stages 9-11, started Concert Mode section,
 finished complete song list

-March 20th, 2002, started FAQ, added introduction and gameplay 
sections, finished stages 1-8

Table of Contents

1. Introduction
2. Gameplay
3. Walkthrough
4. Bonuses and secrets 
5. Concert Mode details 
6. Complete song list
7. Acknowledgements 

1. Introduction

Mad Maestro is the first Conductor simulator to come out in North 
America and is definitely one of the stranger games out there. You are 
Takt, a young conductor who is out to save the town music hall from 
being destroyed by putting on a big recital. To do this you need more 
members in your orchestra, so you must travel around town recruiting 
members and helping people out on the side. This FAQ will hopefully give 
you enough information to help you complete the game and unlock many of 
the bonuses.

2. Gameplay

The gameplay in this game is fairly simple when you look at it, but it 
can get quite complicated after a while. I've tried my best to divide 
this section into parts so that you'll find it easier to read.

I.  Main Menu

When you  first start up your game, you'll see a menu that looks like 

New game
Load Game
Child mode

You shouldn't have to much trouble figuring out what to do. I recommend 
the tutorial as it is short and shows you the basics of play. Child mode 
is super easy and you shouldn't need any further information to beat it, 
really. (I'll go into a little more detail just for completeness )

Child Mode
Child mode is only for very young kids or people who just wanna hear the 
music and bang through the game (shame! SHAME!) All you have to worry 
about is the tempo, there is no pressure or anything else fun in child 
mode. All the levels are already laid out before you and everything. The 
only good thing about child mode is that crazy dancing bear! Yeah!

II. In game menus

When you start your new game, you'll be asked to select your difficulty, 
Easy or Normal (There isn't too much of a diffrence, buttons are more 
sensitive in normal and the speed is a little more precise). You will 
then be brought to your main in game menu.

i. Story

This option will take you to the story part of the game, and will take 
you to the first level. Once you beat the game this option is renamed 

ii. Extra Fun

This section has all the main options and bonus games in it. It has four 

Free Play:
Allows you to play songs that you've obtained through story mode over 
again. All songs in this section are played in the concert hall.

Music Room:
Allows you to listen to songs you've heard or obtained through story 

Allows you to watch replays that you have saved on your memory card.

Bonus Games:
Allows you to play the bonus games you get through story mode.

Concert Play (must beat game):
Allows you to play concert programmes of songs that you have (Depends on 
how many songs you have). When you complete all of the concerts in 
concert mode you can move on to the Final Concert (See Concert Mode 
section for more details.)

iii Game Settings
This section will let you adjust the Evaluation Voice Volume (THANK 
GOODNESS!), Stereo or Mono and the baton button settings. The baton 
settings can adjust the sensitivity of your baton buttons.

iv.  Save
 This will allow you to save your progress to your memory card.

III. Playing a song

When you start to actually play a song, you will notice several things. 
The first will be those four big circles with a little ball bouncing 
through them

i. Cue Points

Those big circles with the little ball bouncing through them all called 
Cue Points. This is what you will be focusing on most of the game. The 
main point of the game is to hit a baton button (Triangle, Circle, 
Square or X) each time that little ball hits a circle. You'll notice the 
circles will expand, causing you to press the buttons slower, or it may 
contract, causing you to press the buttons faster. The first thing 
you'll want to do is get a feel for this speed variation (Tempo). It may 
take a while but you should get it eventually.

ii. Pressure Meter

To your right of the circles is a small bottle shaped meter. This is the 
pressure meter. It tells you how hard you are hitting the buttons. Red 
means you've hit the button hard, green means normal and blue means 
soft.  The point of this is so that you'll know how hard to hit each 
button when that colour shows up on the cue points. Cue points will 
regularly change colour as the volume of the song gets louder and softer 
and you will need to control the pressure that you apply to the buttons. 
It may seem complicated and difficult but after a bit of practice you'll 
get the hang of it.

iii. Tension Meter

The other meter left on the screen (With the little devil and angel 
figures on it) is the Tension meter. This meter shows you how well you 
are playing (without any mistakes). If you don't make any mistakes for a 
complete 4 circles, the meter will go up and if you make mistakes it 
will go down. There are different types of good and bad, however.
If you get the note perfect, you'll get 2 swirly rings around the circle,
if not, you may only get one or an X. If you play well enough the meter 
will go into Angel mode, which means you haven't made any mistakes. 
To pass a level you MUST end the song in Angel mode. But watch out, 
once you are in Angel mode and you play badly, you will go into Devil mode 
which requires you to play perfectly until your a freed back into normal mode. 

iv. Extras

Ocassionally a song will have arrows pointing within a Cue Point, in 
which case you just press the arrow at the same time as the baton 
button. There are alos stars that will occasonally pop up in a beat, in 
which case you can hold them down with the baton button for a bit to 
make that note longer (makes a really good effect if it's right at the 
end of a piece).

v. Medley Mode

The way to get all the bonuses and secret songs in this game is through 
either the concert modes or through Medley modes. What exactly is a 
Medley mode? Well, when you play a Stage (Normal Mode) well enough and 
keep it in Angel mode for a long time, the circles will turn black and 
have triangles in them. If you manage to play all the triangles at the 
right tempo, you will have reached Medley mode.If you end in Angel mode, 
you will get to keep the song plus get a shot at that Stages Bonus Level! If 
you beat the bonus level, you keep the song and the minigame (See Bonus 
Stages and Secrets for more details aswell as descripitons)!

* Special thanks to Wandering Cow for notifying me about my false 
statements about the pressure not being important in Medley mode. The
pressure is still important and vital to the final score of the piece*

Tips on playing a song

Playing these songs require you to be relaxed and to pay attention. The 
main problem I have is that I'll be focusing so much on the pressure 
that my tempo will go off and I'll screw up, or vice versa. Don't worry 
if your having a lot of trouble with a particular song (Swan Lake and 
Ride of the Valkyries nearly drove me nuts!) just keep at it and you'll 
be suprised at how quickly you'll get the hang of it. Remember to doubly 
careful once you hit Angel mode, and especially when you're near the end 
of a piece, becuase it'll probably speed up and drive you into Devil 
Mode ! Relaxation and focus are the keys!

Tips on reaching Medley Mode

Just make sure you are comfortable with the level and know the song well 
enough! I recommend that you play the level through with the Triangle 
baton button so that when the Medley mode comes up you won't have to 
fiddle around trying to find triangle and such. Other than that, it's 
pretty easy!

vi) Ranking System

Bokokun, a great contributor of info to this faq, suggests the following:
To get an S rank in your performance, you need at least 
80 bravos(perfect plays) . To get A rank, you need at least 60 bravos. 
To get B rank, you need at least 40 bravos. Althoughit may be slightly off, 
I beleive these numbers are correct and you should aim for them.

3. Walkthrough

This is my complete walkthrough for the 11 stages in this game. They 
contain useful information but you'll still need practice with them, no 
matter how much I talk. 

Stage 1

Title: Will the Couple do a "pas de deux?"

Song: Hungarian Dance No. 6 in D major , Johannes Brahms

Time: 4/4 (four circles)

Medley Song (Bonus): Hunagrian Dance No. 5 in G minor, Johannes Brahms

Story: Darlin has a date with Hannie and spends so much time preparing 
that he shows up late! It seems the only way to save this day is for a 
dance(Played well, that is), so play away Maestro! Remember that there 
is a relationship at stake!

Tips: I've always found this level to be a bit difficult, especially for 
stage 1! Anyways, this song has a bit of everything and should show you 
the basics. Keeping in tempo may be a bit tough at first, though. The 
background can also get a little annoying at times. If this is your 
first time, it should probably take you at least a few tries before you 
beat it. If you've just beaten it by a hair then you might want to 
consider practicing for a while in Free Play until you have it mastered 
(trust me, you won't regret it!).

Stage 2

Title: The Savior of the Run Down Circus

Song: Slavic Dance No. 7, Antonin Dvorak

Time: 4/4

Medley Song: Thunder and lightning, Johannes Strauss II

 Story: Lunar the Circus Clown and her circus troupe are about to 
perform................To an empty house! It seems that you and your 
musical powers are needed again! Put on a great show and fill the room 
for Lunar, hit a bad note and it's failureville!(Ugh, I know, shut up.)

Tips: Ah yes, I think this one is much easier than the last, so if you 
took my advice and mastered Stage 1 this should be a breeze. The tempo 
stays pretty much the same, the background graphics, while bright and 
shiny, aren't terribly bothersome. All in all, this stage shouldn't make 
you pull your hair out or anything (If it does, just keep at it!).

Stage 3

Title: Troubled Fashion Show

Song: Finale from the Carnival of Animals, Camille Saint-Saens

Time: 4/4

Medley Song: The Marriage of Figaro, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

Stroy: A fashion show is being put on under the worst conditions! Lights 
falling, guard rails busting, electricity pipes flailing about! Can you 
save this show from disaster and recruit Neostyle? I certainly hope so!

Tips: It may start off easy, but this un' ain't no pushover! First of 
all, it's pretty damn long (so far), which isn't good for anyones 
nerves. Losing your mind in this sort of game can screw up a whole 3 
minutes work, so try and keep your head! The tempo and pressure in this 
level gets harder so be prepared for Fast Red, Slow Red, Fast Red-Fast 
Green type stuff. This one will most likely take you a few tries (If 
not, yahoo!).

Stage 4

Title:  The Swan and the Boy

Song: Scene from Swan Lake, Piotr Tchaikovsky

Time: 4/4

Medley Song: Toreador Song from Carmen, Georges Bizet

Story: Adonis, a young elf-like boy has taken a fancy to playing his 
flute by the lake, and he calls a group of swans! All seems 
good.............But, oh no! A storm is brewing! looks like we'll need 
your musical powers to save the swans (Stupid swans wastin my 
time...grumble grumble..)!

Tips: Alright, if you found the last Stage difficult, you might wanna 
practice for a bit. This stage can be a real kick in the knickers. The 
tempo won't go super fast on you or anything but it changes drastically 
at certain points and near the end. The pressure is seriously tough on 
this one, so be on your guard and watch out for sudden changes in 
colour! On the bright side (literally) the scenery is really great in 
this one, and if you make it to Angel mode it gets so 
peaceful........Ah, nirvana........Anyways, this level is one of the 
tougher ones in my opinion.

Stage 5
Title: UFO night

Song: Ride of the Valkyries from The Valkyrie, Richard Wagner

Time: 3/4 (Aaah!)

Medley Song: Night on bare Mountain, Modeste Mussorgsky
Story: Wallopin' Websnappers! It seems that rambling reporter Antonio 
has made contact with Aliens! We'd better get there to sooth the aliens 
mood and give them a welcome, or this could get UGLY!

Tips: Yeah, Nibelungs in da house! For all you non-Wagnerians, you'll 
probably recognize this tune from many Ren and Stimpy episodes, or from 
that movie Apocalypse Now or something. Anyways, this song kicks royal 
buttocks. Did I mention that this will probably be the toughest level in 
the game for you? Well, it will. This song is completely nuts, first of 
all it's in 3/4 time. If that doesn't confuse the hell outta ya, then 
maybe all those crazy ass arrows will! This song has rapid pressure 
changes and arrows everywhere, but at least the tempo is constant. All 
that crazy crap in the background won't help either, so good luck and 
don't feel bad if you're stuck here for a while.

Stage 6

Title: You too, Lionel?

Song: Marche Militaire, Franz Schubert

Medley Song: Entry of the Gladiators, Julius Fucik

Time 4/4

Story: Hmm, lesse, Pretty boy, Clown, Fashion Designer, Elf-Boy, News 
Anchor, what else does an orchestra need? A man in a Lion costume, of 
course! Help Lionel fill the house on his dangerous motocycle act and 
win him over!

  Tips: HAHAHAHAHAHAHA! You call this a level!? Ahem......After what 
you've just done with Wagner and his aliens, this level is a 
breeze.....No, wait, softer than a breeze...........A mild fart maybe? 
Yeah, anyhoo, this level is the easiest! Constant tempo, pressure 
changes you can see a mile away and some simple arrow tricks. The song 
isn't even that long! You shouldn't have ANY trouble with this sucker if 
you beat the last stage.

Stage 7

Title: Hannie's feeling down

Song: March from the Nutcracker, Piotr Tchaikovsky

Time: 4/4 

Medley Song: Trepak from the Nutcracker, Piotr Tchaikovsky

Story: Darlin recommends Hannie, a beginner Cellist as the next addition 
to your orchestra! Can you woo her over with your musical charm and wit? 
Remeber to play well, because Hannie is a tough nut to crack!(pun 
intended, see song title you dolt!)

Tips: Again, a very simple round. The arrows are a little bit harder to 
do in this level but the Tempo is just as easy as the last. Pressure is 
no problem in this one. Just be over with it quick already.

Stage 8

Title: How proud is a Top Model?

Song: 40th Symphony K550-1st movement, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

Time: 4/4

Medley Song: Orpheus in the Underworld Overture, Jacques Offenbach

Story: That fashion designer Neostyle and Hannie recommend you pick up 
that top model (was her name Nikki?)  for your orchestra, but you'll 
have to play well, because like Hannie she won't go down without a 

Tips: Aha, we're back in bidness agin! This one is really quite tough, 
it starts out simple enough, but soon you will see the horrors of the 
craziest tempo change in the game! The circles are packed really tight 
together and you have to move really fast, switching from red, blue and 
green as you go along. This song is also plenty long, the longest so 
far. Don't try to get this one all in one go or you'll quickly get sick 
of it. Try and take a break after each time you play it cause it's LONG!

Stage 9

Title: Greetings From Mars

Song: "Baba Yaga's Hut" From Pictures at an Exhibition, Modeste 

Time: 4/4

Medley Song: 4th Movement from 9th symphony, Ludwig Van Beethoven

Story: Antonio The News Anchor pipes in and sayas he's found the perfect 
addition to the orchestra, Aliens! You'd better play well or else you 
might get zapped! Hay look on the bright side, at least the orchestra's 
almost full :)

Tips:  I love this song, I really do. it's just so loud and stuff. This 
song has a pretty fast tempo most of the time, but nothing you haven't 
done before. It's got a few arrows scattered around, but they shouldn't 
cause you any serious trouble. I really expected it to be difficult, but 
it's not so bad and you should find it quite easy.

Stage 10

Title: The Secret of the  lake

Song: Dance of the Four Swans from Swan Lake, Piotr Tchaikovsky

Time: 4/4

Medley Song: Morning from Peer Gynt Suite, Edvard Grieg

Story: There's an old man by the lake fishing, maybe if we help him 
catch something, he'll help us!

Tips: Short but tricky. The arrows in this level are a constant. Once 
you get used to them, it's simply a matter of picking through the tempo. 
I've always had trouble slowing down with this piece, maybe because I 
get to caught up in the song. Pay attention to your tempo, it's really 

Stage 11

Title: Shake it, Bravoes!

Song: 3 songs (2 if in easy) + William Tell Overture (1st time)

Time: Depends on songs

Story: Yes, it turns out that man by the lake was the famous composer 
Etoile! But what instrument can he play? A triangle of course. Hooray! 
You now have enough members to attempt the Recital! Let's go out and 
give the best performance of your life! (The best performance of your 
life? The best performance of your life!) And save us a concert hall!

Tips: First of all, you'll notice there is no Tension meter, so you'll 
have to wait until the end of the piece to hear how well you did (the 
amount of applause). Just remember to know all your songs as well as 
possible, because you have to get applause for all of your songs to win. 
William Tell Overture isn't too tough so if this is your first go, don't 
get all freaked out. The encore piece is a piece of cake, and you won't 
even need to finish it, so don't worry yourselves over that. Remember 
that you can't pause during the concert so be prepared and good luck!

Congrats, ol' chum. You've beaten the game, gained some new pieces and 
best of all, gotten rid of that fairy! But there is still plenty more to 
unlock and do, so keep reading for the secrets and bonuses!

4. Bonuses and Secrets

I. Bonus Games

Each stage has a bonus game after you clear the Medley Mode (in 
Normal)which you get to keep if you clear them, including the song they 
go with. These games often have quirks besides just playing a song. This 
section will give you a complete list and description of these stages as 
well as some tips.

Stage 1

Title: Love Bucket Relay

Song: Csikos Post, Hermann Necke

Time: 4/4

Story: Oh no! The town is on fire! We'll need Darlin and Hannie's help 
as well as the townspeople to quench these flames! Play well and save 
the town from extra crisipiness!

Tips: This one is kinda annoying, and again I found it a bit difficult 
for a Stage 1. The tempo will remain the same for the whole song, but 
that's not the problem. The real trick is to keep your wits about you 
and make sure you don't mess up on the pressure! Only a few mistakes and 
your gone! 

Stage 2

Title: Lunar Magic 

Song: Toy Symphony, Leopold Mozart

Time: 4/4

Story: Lunar will put on a magic show for the circus finale! Each time 
you play a perfect bar of music, one of Lunar's friends will appear on 
stage! Play any wrong notes and starnge things will start to appear!

Tips: This one is pretty easy, since you can mess up quite a few times 
and still recover. There isn't any reason why you should be messing up 
anyways, since the music is so easy to play in this level. You should 
have this one done pretty quick.

Stage 3

Title: Dress up!

Song: Eine Keline Nacht Musik, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

Time: 4/4

Story: Three models are having some sort of dress-up contest! For every 
beat of music, something will fall on the model (clotheswise, of course) 
and every bad beat something bad will fall on them! The game will end if 
you allow all three to become badly dressed!

Tips: This one isn't too hard either, though sometimes you can lose 
yourself watching clothes fall (so don't!). This song is pretty long but 
it shouldn't cause you much trouble.

Stage 4

Title: Concert with the little Birds

Song: Dance of the Reed Flutes from the Nutcracker, Piotr Tchaikovsky

Time: 4/4

Story: Adonis is going to summon up some birds with his flute so they 
can have a wonderful concert! Play every bar correctly and summon the 
forest friends, make a mistake and a strange creature will appear!

Tips: You may find this one a bit difficult. The tempo changes can get a 
little tiresome because of this songs length and that could cause some 
major screw ups! Every time you blow a bad note most of the birds fly 
away so it's really easy to mess up near the end! Just make sure you pay 
attention and this one can be over with quickly.

Stage 5

Title: Launch of the Fireworks 

Song: Algerian Suite from French Military March Music, Camille Saint-

Time: 4/4

Story: We need to welcome the Aliens, and what do Aliens love more than 
fireworks? Nothing! Press the designated button and keep in tempo or you 
will hit the Aliens ship! Too many hits and they are done for!

Tips: AAAAAAARGGH! This one is EVIL! You have to use all 4 baton buttons 
in very odd patterns, and it's so easy to get lost and screw up! I had 
to sit right up to the tv without blinking to beat this one. The key is 
to watch 2 beats ahead of you ALL the time, and be prepared for a tempo 
change near the end. Don't mess up cause it takes forever to replay 
through Ride of the Valkyries and the Medley song in this stage!

Stage 6

Title: Lionel's Flaming Hoops

Song: Flight of the Bumblebee, Nikolai-Rimsky Koraskov

Time: 4/4

Story: Lionel is going to do his famous flaming hoop tricks! Play 
through each bar perfectly to have Lionel go through the hoops 
unscathed. If you play a bad note, you burn Lionel and take away some of 
his life!

Tips: Bloody frickin frogwallopin' heck! This is the fastest, craziest 
song in the game! In other words, really quick tempo and many unexpected 
pressure changes + Very limited life bar = PAIN! The only way you'll get 
through this one is by knowing well how to change pressure in really 
quick tempo, so make sure you do!!! I spent many many tries on this one 
but finally managed to get it (with only a tiny bit of life left!)

Stage 7

Title: Quack Quack Racing

Song: Ballet of the Unhatched Chicks from Pictures at an Exhibition, 
Modeste Mussorgsky

Time: 4/4

Story: You are the White Duck (YES!). You are racing against other, 
browner, inferior ducks. You must play well and the White Duck will 
eventually get a dash and hopefully win 1st! If you do not play well, 
the White Duck will start to sink and eventually drown. Do you like 
drowning little white ducks? I thought so, so play well!

Tips: HAHAHAHAHAHA! This is a really easy one, and really cool too! Just 
don't mess up often and you'll be fine! The song is a little quick 
(tempo), but if you've even made it this far it should seem like 
nothing.  Ha, you don't even need to come in first!

Stage 8

Title: The Feast

Song: Divertimento No. 1 in E flat major K113, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

Time: 4/4

Story: The fashion show was a success and now it's time for a little 
tucker! Help Neostyle and Nikki pig out by playing well, but don't mess 
up or you'll spill the food (haha)! Spill enough and the manager will 
ask you to leave!

Tips: Arrows, arrows, arrows everywhere! Almost every beat in this one 
has an arrow in it, so the key to winning this one is to know arrows 
well! Make sure you can handle arrow changes with pressure changes and 
be prepared for a long ride! Even though this song is long, the manager 
anger life bar type thingie is pretty long aswell, giving you plenty of 
room for mistakes!

Stage 9 (Special thanks to bokokun from the message board for helping me 
out with this one!)

Title: Alien Abduction

Song: L'Arlesienne Suite No. 2 from Farandole, Georges Bizet

Time: 4/4

Story: Oh no! The evil Ikasumi Aliens have kidnapped Antonio's camera 
men! It seems Antonio will have to rescue them with his trustee laser 
gun! Press the same baton buttons as indicated and save up enough energy 
to destroy the Ikasumi space ship!

Tips: Well, I was stuck on this one for a while (as you may be able to 
infer) until it was pointed out to me that you actually have to destroy 
the Alien ship (in other words, take note of the star)!!! The gameplay 
is similar to the last UFO one (stage 5)and if you're having trouble 
with the baton buttons make sure to look two beats ahead all the time. 
As for the end, when the star appears on the beat, make sure you HOLD 
the baton button (Any, I think) and wait until it is charged at the 
highest colour in the bar that will appear (I think it's yellow) then 
hit the next beat and FIRE!!! Don't hold the charge for too long or else 
you'll run out of time! Other than that last part, the level is about as 
hard as the last one.  

Stage 10

Title: The Mysterious Dungeon

Song: In the Hall of the Mountain King from Pier Gynt Suite, Edvard 
Time: 4/4

Stroy: The castles old dungeon is filled with treasures and Adonis wants 
some! Play him through the dungeon but don't hit a bad note or else some 
ghosts will appear and scare him! Once his heart rate gets to high it'll 
be game over! Play well enough and some of his cute friends will appear 
to help him!

Tips: This one really all depends on skill. You'll need tempo and 
pressure, and you'll need to make a minimal amount of mistakes. His 
heart rate WILL go down if you play well after a scare, but make sure 
you don't screw up on the last part or it's game over! I didn't have too 
much problems with this one, except for a few quick tempo/pressure 
changes near the end, and I messed up on the last part (Don't let 
yourself get rushed just beacuse you see the final beat!!!!!)

5. Concert Mode Details

In Concert Mode (Story/Memory), you can get three extra songs, each for 
every time you beat it. They are (in order):

I. William Tell Overture, Gioachino Rossini
II. Rackozki March, Hector Berlioz
III. 1st Movement-5th symphony, Ludwig Van Beethoven

Plus you get an encore song: 

Radestky March, Johann Strauss I

i. Concert Play

After you have beaten the game, you will notice a new section in Free 
Play called Concert Play. Depending on how many songs you have unlocked, 
a number of "programmes" with 4 songs each will be unlocked for you to 
play in concert style. If you have unlocked all 34 songs then you will 
have 15 concert programmes to beat. If you manage to beat all of them, 
you get access to the Final Concert!

ii. Final Concert

The Final Concert puts the MAD in MAD MAESTRO! This concert has every 
single piece of music in the game! It gives them to you in random order 
and you keep going until you play one badly, afterwhich it tells you how 
many you played successfully. I haven't made it all the way through yet, 
and I'll add if anything special happens once I do! 

6. Complete Song List

1. Hungarian Dance No. 6 in D major, Johannes Brahms

2. Hungarian Dance No. 5 in G major, Johannes Brahms

3. Slavic Dance No 7, Antonin Dvorak,

4. Thunder and Lightning, Joahnnes Strauss II 

5. Finale from Carnival of the Animals, Camille Saint-Saens

6. The Marriage of Figaro, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

7. Scene from Swan Lake, Piotr Tchaikovsky

8. Toreador song from Carmen, Georges Bizet

9. Baba Yaga's Hut from Pictures at an Exhibition, Modeste Mussorgsky

10. 9th Symphony-4th Movement, Ludwig Van Beethoven

11. Entry of the Gladiators, Julius Fucik

12. Marche Militaire, Franz Schubert

13. March from the Nutcracker, Piotr Tchaikovsky

14. Trepak from the Nutcracker, Piotr Tchaikovsky

15. 40th Symphony K550-1st movement, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

16. Orpheus in the Underworld Overture, Jacques Offenbach

17. Flight of the Valkyries from The Valkyrie, Richard Wagner

18. Night on Bald Mountain, Modeste Mussorgsky

19. Dance of the Four Swans from Swan Lake, Piotr Tchaikovsky

20. Morning from Pier Gynt Suite, Edvard Grieg

21. William Tell Overture, Gioachino Rossini

22. Racoczki March, Hector berlioz

23. 5th Symphony-1st Movement, Ludwig Van Beethoven

24. Radetsky March, Johannes Strauss I

25. Csikos Post, Hermann Necke

26. Toy Symphony, Leopold Mozart 

27. Eine Kleine Nacht Musik, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

28. Dance of the Reed Flutes from the Nutcracker, Piotr Tchaikovsky

29. Algerian Suite from French Military March Music, Camille Saint-Saens

30. Flight of the Bumblebee, Nikolai-Rimsky Koraskov

31. Ballet of the Unhatched Chicks from Pictures at an Exhibition, 
Modeste Mussorgsky

32. Divertimento No. 1 in E flat major K113, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

33. L'Arlesienne Suite No. 2 from Farandole, Georges Bizet

34. In the Hall of the Mountain King from Pier Gynt Suite, Edvard Grieg

7. Acknowledgments

Mad Maestro (c) 2002 Sony Computer Entertainment Inc. Published under 
license by Eidos Interactive Inc., 2002.

Special Thanks to: Bokokun from the Mad Maestro message board, for 
helping me out with Bonus Game 9 and sending me tons of other info (which I 
finally got around to updating slightly).

Wandering Cow for correcting my Medley Mode statements has the permission to use this FAQ on their web 
site.(Other sites as well, just not listed) 

If you want to use this FAQ on your site, please just send me an email 
to ask first, thanks!


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