Summary: I've always wanted to be able to read music and I love this because its fun too.Its actually much better than I thought it would be and there's lots of content. I haven't even looked at all of it yet. Fantastic value.
American terminology makes this useless to British kids
K Race, Amazon
3 August 2011
Summary: I bought this for my 8 yo son who is taking music lessons. I have to drag him to do his theory book and thought a game might = practice through play. However, the terms used are American and not appropriate for him.
Summary: This is a fun game BUT don't expect it to help you with your music theory if you are a UK music student - it's in "American" and they use different names and terms for bits of theory. Maybe I should design a DS game for grade 5 theory - after all loads of us have to do it!
Summary: After waiting for it (only took less than 2 days! wow!:), I was quite excited to be getting this game. Apart from me thinking it was accidentally dispatched as second hand as when you press the enjoy game buttons it seemed to already have rankings on the games?:/ - With the name "AAA"...
Summary: I was soooo looking forward to this game, as i've always wanted to learn how to read music. However I didn't get past the first couple of lessons, as they are accompanied by THEM MOST insanely IRRITATING 'TWINKLE TWINKLE LITTLE STAR!!' plinky piano music! aaaaaaargh! SO annoying!