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What is a "music game?"

A set of rules that control players to spontaneously create music.
Usually during a performance. Usually great fun!

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Feeling lucky: SyndaKit

An algorithmic piece with 144 cores on 12 separate sheets divided among 12 players. The cores are run through a set of rules creating an ever-changing organic flux of sound.

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I asked board games fans on BGG about their views on music games. I linked Wikipedia, but there...
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