Do you use music theory games in your lessons? If so, when do you use them? As a break when students get a bit wiggly? Or in a thought-out way with purpose? Table Of Contents: Should You Use Music Theory Games? Spoiler: the main takeaway from this blog is “yes.” But let’s weigh up the ... How to Use Music Theory Games to Get Real Results
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