Bravo Music: Chou-Meikyokuban

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Bravo Music: Chou-Meikyokuban
Cover Bravo Music Chou-Meikyokuban.jpg
Languages supported:
Japanese: SCPS-11019 & SCPS-110120 & SCPS-11023
Region NTSC-J/C/K:
Serial numbers: SCPS-11023
SCPS-11019 (Limited Edition, with Otostaz)
Release date: January 17, 2002
CRCs: 4A45BAA3 (for CSPS-11019)
Windows Status: Playable
Linux Status: ?
Mac Status: ?

Developer(s): Desert Productions
Publisher(s): SCEI
Genre: Music
Wikipedia: Link (Japanese)
Game description: Bravo Music relies on timed input according to on-screen cues and tempo with the addition of pressure sensitivity. Utilizing the pressure sensitivity of the DualShock 2 controller, 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.

Bravo Music - Chou-Meikyokuban: Your goal is to play four beautiful songs for the Martians who are on their way to Earth! They will arrive in one week's time, so you have seven days to play four beautiful songs - even if you screw up the song, it counts as a day, so do your best!

In Child Mode you can choose from six planets, each leading to a different song.


  • Fifth Symphony, First Movement ~ Beethoven
  • Aria in G Major ~ Mozart
  • Flower Waltz from The Nutcracker Suite ~ Tchaikovsky
  • Wa ga sokoku (My Homeland) ~ Moldau
  • Ninth Symphony, Fourth Movement ~ Beethoven
  • On the Beautiful Blue Danube ~ Johann Strauss Jr.

Winlogo.png Test configurations on Windows:

Environment Configurations Comments Tester
Region OS CPU/GPU Revision Graphics Sound/Pad
NTSC-J Windows 10
  • Intel i5-6500 @3.2GHz
  • AMD Radeon R9-390
1.7.0-20201031194515 GSdx 20201031194515 1.2.0
  • SPU2-X 2.0.0
  • LilyPad (20201031194515) 0.12.1
works. Not sure if the pressure sensitivity works correctly as I don't have a DualShock controller. McQueen


  • Original names: ブラボーミュージック 超名曲盤 (SCPS-11023)