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Mad Maestro!
Mad Maestro cover.jpg
Developer(s) Desert Productions
Publisher(s) Eidos Interactive (NA)
Platform(s) PlayStation 2
Release date(s) NA March 12, 2002
JP October 11, 2001
PAL March 28, 2002[1]
Genre(s) Music
Mode(s) Single player
Rating(s) ESRB: Everyone (E)

Mad Maestro!, known in Japan as Bravo Music (ブラボーミュージック Burabō Myūjikku ?) is a classical music rhythm game for the PlayStation 2, developed by Desert Productions and released in the U.S. by Eidos Interactive in 2002 under their "Fresh Games" label. The game features classical songs, such as Swan Lake, Hungarian Dance No. 5 & 6, and Night on Bald Mountain.

Subsequent sequels were released in Japan under the "Bravo Music" name.



Typically rhythm games rely on timed input according to on screen cues and tempo. Mad Maestro features this style of gameplay, with the additional layer of pressure sensitivity. Utilizing the pressure sensitivity with the dualshock 2, the player must conduct an orchestra by tapping correlating buttons with varying degrees of pressure. There are three levels of pressure; light, medium and hard.


The Japanese release featured an optional Baton peripheral.


The use of pressure sensitivity in addition to standard rhythm game play mechanics was considered by some to be overly complicated.

Song List

The list of songs in the order they appear on the game.

1. Hungarian Dance No. 6 in D major

2. Hungarian Dance No. 5 in G major

3. Slavic Dance No 7

4. Thunder and Lightning

5. Finale from Carnival of the Animals

6. The Marriage of Figaro

7. Scene from Swan Lake

8. Toreador song from Carmen

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

10. 9th Symphony-4th Movement

11. Entry of the Gladiators

12. Marche Militaire

13. March from the Nutcracker

14. Trepak from the Nutcracker

15. 40th Symphony K550-1st movement

16. Orpheus in the Underworld Overture

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

18. Night on Bald Mountain

19. Dance of the Four Swans from Swan Lake

20. Morning from Pier Gynt Suite

21. William Tell Overture

22. Racoczki March

23. 5th Symphony-1st Movement

24. Radetsky March

25. Csikos Post

26. Toy Symphony

27. Eine Kleine Nacht Musik

28. Dance of the Reed Flutes from the Nutcracker

29. Algerian Suite from French Military March Music

30. Flight of the Bumblebee

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

32. Divertimento No. 1 in E flat major K113

33. L'Arlesienne Suite No. 2 from Farandole

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

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