Games and Puzzles for the Musical

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Theodore Presser Company, 1910 - Games - 103 pages

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Page 107 - Let me write the songs of a nation and I care not who makes its laws.
Page 40 - Way down upon the Swanee River, Far far away, There's where my heart is turning ever, There's where the old folks stay. All up and down the whole creation, Sadly I roam, Still longing for the old plantation, And for the old folks at home.
Page 99 - Ask the person who owns the forfeit what musical instrument he likes best ; then require him to give an imitation of it.
Page 99 - No," and if the speller does not know the trick, he will think he has made a mistake and begin to spell the word all over again.
Page 99 - ... 35. Form a blind judgment. — The person upon whom this sentence has been passed must be blindfolded. The company are then made to pass before him, whilst he gives his opinion of each one, without knowing who it is.
Page 99 - Say flattering things to the one who sits next to you, without making use of the letter "I.
Page 100 - Perform the laughing scale, without a pause or mistake ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha 27. Act the musical duck. The player must sing a tune correctly, using only the words, "quack, quack.
Page 13 - portraits of prominent musicians, labeled with names that do not belong to them, are hung about the room.

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