I had an Acorn A3000 when I was younger and it has a music writing application called Maestro with a few pieces of music pre-programmed into it.

This is one that I have remembered ever since but I don’t know if it’s a real piece of music or just one written for this application.

The music starts at about 1:24 in this video called Acorn Archimedes : Arthur OS : Welcome Disc : Maestro (Simulated monitor).

  • @AlvaroFuentes oh excellent! I didn't even know there was a user manual! Thanks for the link! Looks like you're probably right that they're original compositions. I think the version I had was a later version of Maestro with the same tune but it was called "Fugue" in that version. Not Tune 1. :D
    – Fogmeister
    Oct 17 '18 at 9:05

This user's manual identifies the two example scores only as tune1 and tune2 (see pages 40 and 76). They are likely original compositions.

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