The score is used to play the Moonlight Sonata on the piano in the bar. Jill Valentine will be able to play the piece by herself once she finds it, but Chris Redfield will only succeed with the help of Rebecca Chambers. Rebecca needs time to practice playing the song, prompting Chris to explore the rest of the mansion in the meantime. Once the piece is successfully played, a secret passage overlooking the greenhouse opens that contains the Gold Emblem.
The remake expands upon puzzle by breaking the score into two parts. When examined, it's noted that the item has had its middle section torn out and is then referred to as the Missing Music. Until the missing section is restored, the item is unable to be used. Upon entering the small dining room later, the lighter can be used to light a candle on the table which allows the player to discover the remaining section of music in the secret room behind the moveable display cabinet. Once examined, the middle section of music is then renamed Music, mid-pages. When this item is combined with the beginning and last sections of music, the Moonlight Sonata is completed and can be used with the bar's piano.
|Resident Evil (1996)|
|Music Notes||The title is "Moonlight Sonata".||(タイトルは『月光』とある)|
|Resident Evil (2002)|
|Musical Score||It's titled, "Moonlight Sonata".|
|Missing Music||A section of the music is missing, leaving only the beginning and the end of the music.|
|Music, mid-pages||The beginning and the last sections of the music are missing.|
|Moonlight Sonata||The complete musical score of the "Moonlight Sonata".|
|Moonlight Sonata, full-pages||The complete musical score of the "Moonlight Sonata".|
- In the original game, Rebecca plays three different attempts of the song (one ending with her slamming the keys in frustration) before finally learning the piece. Her trouble with the piano is referenced again in Resident Evil Zero.
- In the remake, the cover of the score actually reads, "Moon light Sonate".