Music Games: Musical Pairs

Music Games: Musical Pairs

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Our Price: £5.25    Change Currency
Media: Game
Series: Music Games
Catalogue #: GAM1034
ISBN: 9781844496938


The traditional card game of pairs with a musical twist!

Match up the identical pitches and collect as many pairs as you can to win the game. A fun approach to learning pitch notation in the treble and bass clefs, which also challenges your powers of memory! Perfect for home or classroom.

  • For two or more players
  • For age four and upwards
  • Contains 52 playing cards (13 pairs of treble clef notes and 13 pairs of bass clef notes)

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Scores 7.5 out of 10 based on 4 reviews
9 out of 10


Roma, Italy GB Dad
Classic memory game with a musical taste
Too bad that the cards are made in paper and non in plastic. In the hands of children, will not have a long life...
Confirmed purchase: 04 January 2016
Published on: 19 January 2016
5 out of 10


London GB
- Seems like a sturdy pack of cards.
- Children from about ages 5 - 7 enjoy it.
- Not enough simple notes for beginners
- Too many sharps and flats
- There is a big letter on each card telling you the note, so students don't bother reading the notation.
- Limited educational value, possibly useful for non-musical parents to play with their kids, but too time consuming and not particularly useful in lessons.
Confirmed purchase: 20 November 2014
Published on: 07 December 2014

Musicroom Reviews

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Customer Rating Musical Pairs is just like the usual game of pairs but with musical notes and note values. I have used the game successfully in primary schools (KS2). There are a lot of cards though so you may want to take some pairs out before playing, according to the age and ability of the children. Good value for money!
See more reviews by - (Whitby, United Kingdom)

Customer Rating Beautiful well made cards
Easy, fun and educational game for young children
See more reviews by - (Solihull)

Customer Rating These proved to be a great resource for paired learning and an enjoyable game for my theory club at school
See more reviews by Karen - (Lydiate, United Kingdom)

Customer Rating We bought this game as an extra present for the kids at Christmas. We found this one quite hard because you have to not only remember the location of the note card you want, but which clef it is in too! It challenges the brain! However, we enjoy the game, it does help with recognising notes on sight and gies us some quality family fun too.
See more reviews by Sudy - (Penrith, United Kingdom)

Customer Rating My son loves this game..can be played as snap too. Only downside is the note names are placed on the cards too (makes the game easier)

Customer Rating I used this game in a recent Music Workshop. The children really enjoyed the game and had great fun playing it. However, I would prefer the note names not to be written underneath each note so that I could ask pupils to call out the note names as they matched the pairs of cards to develop their note-naming skills.

Customer Rating Very good quality cards, lovely bright design to appeal to children. It is a shame that the note names are printed on the cards as this does make it much easier.

Customer Rating I bought these to help a 6 year old beginner piano student learn her note names....I find it bizarre that treble clef notes start at bottom line E and go to 4th line D, while bass clef notes start on bottom line G and go to 4th line F. This misses out the most crucial notes for beginners (at least from a piano point of view) - those around middle C. I had assumed that these cards would include at least an octave in either clef, and had I known the notes were random I would not have purchased this product. The idea is good, as is the quality but unfortunately it is let down by the content. I would not recommend this product for those looking for a teaching aid, but if your students already know their notes this would be a fun game to play at the end of a lesson.
See more reviews by JB - (Cheshire, United Kingdom)

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Sales Rank: Not specified
Published on: 13/10/2004
Format: Game
Length: Not specified
Language: English
Publisher: Music Games

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