|Portrait Ghosts||Melody Pianissima|
After procuring the Key from Shivers in the Butler's Room, Luigi gained access to the Conservatory, where he found many instruments. Sitting at the grand piano was The Beautiful Pianist, Melody Pianissima. However, she was invisible to Luigi. The plumber noticed, however, that when he tapped the instruments, they started playing a song. Melody was impressed with Luigi's "musical talent" and offered to let Luigi hear a song played on her piano. After she played her song, she asked the green-garbed ghost hunter one of two questions. If Luigi answered the question correctly, Melody would fling her sheet music at Luigi. Luigi avoided the projectiles and went straight for Melody herself. With the beauty safely stored inside the Poltergust 3000, the Conservatory brightened and Luigi received the Key to the Dining Room, quite obviously his next destination.
The Conservatory houses a variety of musical instruments. Each can be activated and plays a tune. The instruments consist of the following:
- Three kettle drums
- Grand Piano
The grand piano, unlike the other instruments, cannot be played.
Ghosts in The Conservatory during the blackout
Names in Other Languages
- The song played when all the instruments are activated is the Super Mario Bros theme.
- In the beta version of Luigi's Mansion, the saxophones hung on the wall where the leftmost painting is now, next to a french horn (which was removed completely from the game), which hung where the rightmost painting is. They were accessed with steps Luigi could walk up to reach them. Ironically, the saxophone's beta spot is replaced by a picture of a ghost playing a saxophone, while the french horn's spot is replaced by a picture of a ghost playing what appears to be a french horn.
- Originally, pictures of ghosts that were hanging in the room were going to be mini-bosses in the room, but they never made it to the final game.
- There are many pictures of a ghost playing the saxophone on the walls. On the very northeast corner of the room there is a small dresser with a flowerpot on top.