View Full Version : Traditional Korean music or Russian Tetris music?

Plot Device
07-14-2011, 01:17 AM
I wasn't sure where else to put this question thread. Here goes....

I have been doing research today on different styles of Asian theatre (Japanese Kabuki theatre, Chinese shadow puppetry, etc). And I came upon ths one YouTube video which shows a group of university students who are members of the Korean Students Association at an American university (called UCF, not sure what UCF might be --maybe U-Cal Fresno? Or else maybe U of Central Florida?) doing a traditional Korean fan dance.


But the MUSIC??

That doesn't sound like Korean music to me. I kept thinking it was Russian music. And then it dawned on me why I kept thinking it was Russian ... I said to myself: "Isn't that the same music used in the video game Tetris??"

Any Tetris fans here who can verify that?

Silver King
07-14-2011, 05:04 AM
I wasn't sure where else to put this question thread.
It's fine in this room; but if after a time you'd like to try a different forum, let me know and we can move your thread. The Games (http://www.absolutewrite.com/forums/forumdisplay.php?f=198) forum might be a good option, where quite a few gamers hang out who might offer some insight into the source of that music.

Plot Device
07-14-2011, 06:10 AM
I found it.

HERE is the music I was thinking of.


It's not THE classic, traditional Tetris music, but it is a piece of music being used in one of the current game variations.

Maybe it is Korean music. But Tetris borrowed it for the sake of variety in the game.

(The original Tetris music can be found here: http://www.tetrisfriends.com/games/Mono/game.php )