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Music Party Games

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Voicing/Format Game
Desc Game
Composer Brenda Knowis
Publisher Heritage Music Press
Catalog # 30/2193H

Price: $12.95

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Music Party Games Composed by Brenda Knowis. For Game. Published by Heritage Music Press. (Catalog # 30/2193H, UPC: 9780893284411)

** Stanton’s Staff Selection - 2007 **

Musicians and music appreciators of all ages will enjoy these interactive games that are sure to enliven any gathering, whether it's in the classroom or the dining room. The 17 games include everything from word finds to song-lyric madlibs to "Whose Line Is It Anyway?"-inspired skits with music-related props, and touch on the full spectrum of music, from classical to pop. Easy-to-follow directions are included for all of the games, as is a materials list and reproducible cards and game pieces. Reproducible invitations are even included; so what are you waiting for

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
ALLEGRO ALPHABET  
ALPHABET SOUP  
COMMON CONNECTION  
COMPOSER CUT-UPS  
GETTING STARTED-THE INVITATION  
GUESS WHO?  
HIDDEN MESSAGE WORD-FIND  
INTERVAL IDENTITY  
IT'S IN THE CLUES  
LET'S GET PROPPED!  
LOTS OF LAUGHABLE LYRICS!  
LOTTERY PLAY  
LYRIC LINGO  
MUSIC TOPIC TOSS  
MUSICAL NONSENSE  
SAY IT BY EAR  
THE LETTER TRAIN  
YES OR NO  

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