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For variations of Little Star by Mozart, see Little Star 12Var K265.

Little Star is the first stage of Piano Tiles 2. It is the first and only song of Level One, Piano Tiles 2. It is the only stage unlocked from the beginning. The current world record is 2121 points (11 loops of the song) by Robis 2, formerly Robio Channel.

BackgroundEdit

The lyrics originated from the nineteenth century poem, "The star", by Jane Taylor, where the name "Little star" in the lyrics was used as the title.

The name of the music piece was "Ah! vous dirai-je, maman", a French folk music composed by anonymous dating from 1740. It was later popularized by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart in 1778 by his work, "Twelve Variations on "Ah vous dirai-je, Maman".

DifferencesEdit

While the melody remains the same, the accompanying music of this stage does not follow the original score by Mozart. The arrangement is completely redone into a series of eighth notes to match the tiles in the game, though still loosely following the chords in the second, third, and fourth variation.

GameplayEdit

Within a loop, the song is played twice, with the second time in a higher octave. Between both times, a holding tap worth 5 points is present at the ending note of the first time. There are a total of 185 single tiles and 1 holding tile, adding up to worth 190 points.

StrategyEdit

Before 3-starEdit

Being the first stage of the game, there is almost no difficulty. Simply play through the level by tapping at the black tiles in order. When a holding tile appears (appears in a blue color with an open circle on it), hold it until it ends to be rewarded additional points. The tile per second increases with each star gained, to a moderate speed when the second star is earned. After completion for the first time, yellow tiles can be tapped to gather coins.

Post-3-starEdit

The song gets notoriously difficult around getting the B-crown. Due to the fact that there are almost no holding tiles in between endless streams of single tiles, it requires a lot of effort to keep up the pace. Despite so, the C-crown can still be earned through persistent practice, as the tiles per second is not very fast compared to later stages of the game.

Sheet MusicEdit

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Download: Link (PDF File)

VideosEdit

ARDUINO DEFEATED?! Piano Tiles 2 - William Tell Overture - Little Star - 4412 World Record

ARDUINO DEFEATED?! Piano Tiles 2 - William Tell Overture - Little Star - 4412 World Record

Description
Played by EK
Final Score 1695 PT2 Crown PT2 Crown PT2 Crown

ClassicalEdit

Mozart - 12 Variations in C Major 'Ah vous dirai-je, Maman' K

Mozart - 12 Variations in C Major 'Ah vous dirai-je, Maman' K.265 (Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star)

12 Variations in C Major 'Ah vous dirai-je, Maman' K.265
Time Notes
0:00 Theme
0:32 First variation
1:02 Second variation
1:30 Third variation
2:00 Fourth variation
2:28 Fifth variation
2:56 Sixth variation
3:21 Seventh variation
3:48 Eighth variation (minor key)
4:19 Ninth variation
4:45 Tenth variation
5:12 Eleventh variation (Andante)
6:50 Twelfth variation (3/4 Meter)

Modern instrumentalEdit

Twinkle twinkle little star (instrumental music)

Twinkle twinkle little star (instrumental music)

Twinkle Twinkle Little Star Instrumental
Time Notes
0:14 Theme
0:54 1st variation
1:34 Theme Reprise

In Other LanguagesEdit

Language Title
English Little Star
简体中文 小星星
繁體中文 小星星
Deutsch Kleiner Stern
한국어 반짝반짝 작은별