This item is not in the library — it is a part of: T. Wishart, Sounds Fun.

One-by-one add a new improvised sound at the end of the chain of sounds, but first perform the whole chain that accumulated so far and you lose a round if you forget.

Horizontal stacking provides a test of skill for participants' memory. To make memorization easier, the chain should be repeated a set amount of times (e.g. four).

Admirably, the source book doesn't play this as dropout/player elimination activity. If you forget, start a new short melody as the first chain link for the next round.

Trevor Wishart

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