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Ludwig van Beethoven

Game Credits

Audio

Wolfenstein: The New Order (2014)   ("Für Elise")
Saints Row IV (2013)   (Symphony #9 - Ode To Joy)
Birds of Steel (2012)   (Beethoven - Symphony No.7 (2nd Movement))
The Kite (2012)   (Music used in the game)
Pure Chess (2012)   (1st Movement, Allegro. Op 2)
APB: All Points Bulletin (2010)   ("Mvt 1 Symphony No 5 in C Minor Op 67")
DJ Hero 2 (2010)   ("A Fifth of Beethoven")
Avoid Hitting Piano (2009)   (Music by)
Thexder Neo (2009)   (Ending Music: Moonlight Sonata)
Peggle Nights (2008)   (Music and Sounds)
Saints Row 2 (2008)   ("Moonlight Sonata (First Movement)")
Peggle (2007)   (Additional Composition)
Brain Age²: More Training in Minutes a Day! (2005)   ("'Hirtengesang' from Symphony Nr. 6")
Earl Bobby is looking for his Shoes (2005)   (Music by)
Sid Meier's Civilization IV (2005)   (Composers)
All-Star Baseball 2005 (2004)   ("9th Symphony")
Voodoo Girl: Queen of the Darned (2002)   (Music by)
Europa Universalis II (2001)   (1177\bis - 06 - Track 6.mp3)
Jet Set Willy II: The Final Frontier (2001)   (Music adapted from (uncredited))
Colony Wars: Vengeance (1998)   (CG Music)
Pilot Brothers: On the Track of Striped Elephant (1997)   (Composers)
Heroes: The Sanguine Seven (1993)   (Music)
Rock and Bach Studio (1993)   (Composers)
SpellCraft: Aspects of Valor (1992)   (Music / Sound Programming)
Dork's Dreams (1991)   (Level 8 music composed by (uncredited))
Tetrastar: The Fighter (1991)   (Moon Light Sonata)
Thexder (1985)   (Opening music by (uncredited))
 

Thanks

Peggle (2007)   (Special Thanks)
 

Other

Saints Row (2006)   (Symphony No. 9)
 


Developer Biography

Ludwig van Beethoven (baptized December 17, 1770 – March 26, 1827) was a German composer and pianist. He is widely regarded as one of history's greatest composers, and was the predominant figure in the transitional period between the Classical and Romantic eras in Western classical music. His reputation and genius have inspired—and in many cases intimidated—ensuing generations of composers, musicians, and audiences.

Last updated: Dec 23, 2011