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Noteability, The Name the Song Game


Introduced in 1990, Noteability is a "guess the music title" trivia game. The game's gimmick--a plastic grand piano that actually plays a tune--is also key in game play. The piano keys are marked with numbers, which correspond to number sequences given on the trivia cards. Most reviews indicate that the method works as long as the player gets the timing correct. Apparently, newer versions don't exist and players complain that the songs used in the game are all old standards. Name that tune!

  • Manufacturer: Tiger Games
  • Material: printed paper | cardboard | plastic
  • Style: trivia | music
  • Object ID: 112.6257
  • Credit Line: Gift of Jeanette and Rusty Olson
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