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Games may use words both as a mechanic and as a musical result, including recitation, calls, singing, etc. Some role-play or basing the game on narratives may also happen. If you want all of it, maybe improvisational theatre is a thing for you.

Downbeat. The first measure of the bar, or (in more a free context) a moment when players start to improvise together.
Downtime. A situation during the game when a player is not engaged in play.
Elegant Game. A game that has a relatively low amount of rules for what it does.
Emergence. A phenomenon when qualities of the entity are not due to qualities of its parts but as the result of interactions between them.
End Condition. A rule by which the game ends.
Event (musical event). "Anything" in music terms — a unit of music at any given scale of consideration.
Extended technique. Any unusual way of producing sounds with your instruments or voice.
Facilitator. A person who helps a group to work together.
Fighting. A situation during the game when Players exchange actions to establish a winner over an objective.
Flow. Disambiguation: both cognitive flow and gameplay flow are relevant for our wiki and should have a glossary entry.
Found sound. Music material that was not produced by an instrument or vocals.
Free Improvisation. [in one of the understandings it's] a synonym for non-idiomatic music
FROMG. The First Rule Of Music Games: "The main aim of playing a music game is to play good music".
Gameplay flow. The quality of gameplay experience based on interaction between consecutive stages of the game.
Gamer (role). other name for a: Player
GDQ. Games Done Quick, a charity event about speedrunning.
Genre. A conventional category that identifies some work (piece of music, game, etc.) as belonging to a shared tradition or set of conventions.
GM. Game Master
Goals. Goals are aims for the player, usually established by rules, they differentiate games from other types of play.
Hambone. A name for body percussion in African and American context.

  1. 391. Do something the way it’s always been done
  2. #3911 Wikimedia asks for the sound of all knowledge… Easy!?
  3. #3962 Like Michael Jackson
  4. 3-split
  5. 4. Invent (better yet: dream) a new word. Explain its meaning, etymology and a famous invented quote in which ...
  6. 41. Dirty minimalism
  7. 439. Expression through abstraction
  8. 439. Hybrid Self
  9. 45. Create tension and release through careful manipulation of just one parameter
  10. 45. Sherlock Sawyer
  11. 459. From a Distance
  12. 461. Goldilocks Zone
  13. 493. Let the talking do the music
  14. 50. Don’t use the Fibonacci sequence in your piece
  15. 505. Sing the truth in Falsetto
  16. 508. Loudatio. Howlelujah. Sighlence.
  17. 53. Read the shape and surface of an instrument – yours ...
  18. 542. Schrödinger Scat
  19. 59. Vowel Choral Drone
  20. 6. Release The Beast
  21. 67. Treat density – in sound and in time – as a dynamic parameter in every voice in your composition, and in the ...
  22. 77. Audio Vacation
  23. 91. Walking music
  24. 94. Exorcism
  25. A Clave de Candombe
  26. A. Fleugelman (ed.), The New Games Book
  27. A Single Cue
  28. A song about a place you’ve never been
  29. A. Williams, New Music and the Claims of Modernity
  30. ABCOIR112
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  45. ABIR127
  46. About Plagiarism in Games
  47. ABP128
  48. Acapella Harmonies
  49. Acapella Harmonies / One Note Piece
  50. ACSRS64
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