It's very dark. Ahead you can barely make out a small grass hut. Take the boat towards it, and you will discover an easel with some color swatches painted on canvas, and a simple keyboard that matches the one on the lobby organ. This is the place where it all began - the simple personal space of your departed Uncle Thurston. Approaching the keyboard, you see that it now looks out over an earthen mound with three massive totems. It is now time for the final showdown with the Twins. Your mission is to use what you learned from playing the sheet music on the organ to correctly play the characters presented by the totems.
To Beat the Twins in the Final Showdown.
To Understand the Easel Notation Clue.
Using what you learned from playing the four notation clues on the Lobby's organ, you must duel the Twins in a battle of the keys as presented in the totems. You must use the final notation clue from the painting on the easel. In the last sequence of the showdown, you are asked to play one note. But where is it? It hasn't been documented in your notation notes. This final note is a leap of faith, a note that is actually two notes played at the same time. This note will be one of the two letters excluded from the alphabet that you deciphered on the Wheel of Fortune. For example, if the letter M was excluded from your alphabet, you would have to play the letters L & N to win the showdown.
You must use the final notation clue from the painting on the easel, which will contain two colors bleeding into one another to create a color that doesn't have any symbolic meaning to you. For example, yellow and blue might bleed together to make green. Recall the simple yellow, red and blue painting in the T-shaped hallway. If yellow signifies that you play a note 1 time, and blues signifies that you play a note 2 times, you would have to add 1+2 to deduce that green signals you to play the note 3 times.