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Playing the piano has never been so easy and so much fun!

This new collection of 15 popular songs allows you to enjoy a complete musical experience even if you have no prior knowledge of the piano.

Notes transformed into rectangles appear over the piano keys to show you where, when and how to play them. The song speed increases depending on the game's level.

"Music on: Playing Piano" is an easy, intuitive and addictive game that will challenge your auditory and visual coordination.

Songs included:
For old times (Traditional)
Red River Valley (Traditional)
Greensleeves (Traditional)
Yankee Doodle Dandy (George M. Cohan)
El Condor Pasa (A. Robles)
Old black Joe (Stephen Foster)
The Saints (Traditional)
Alouette (Traditional)
Camptown Races (Stephen Foster)
Katyusha (Traditional)
Guantanamera (Traditional)
The Easy Winners (Scott Joplin)
The Banana Boat Song (Traditional)
Oh! Susanna (Stephen Foster)
La Cucaracha (Traditional)

Game Review

Review

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Posted by James Newton

Slightly off key

Abylight's Music On: Playing Piano is the fifth musical outing from the Spanish developer, and one that takes a slightly different approach to its predecessors. In some ways that works out to its credit, but without the fun of free play it comes out...

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User Comments (2)

flowerchild

#1

flowerchild said:

This is one of the best for 200 points. Much better than the first one that was called "Learning Piano". The songs are mostly known by all and allow you to win garlands and bronze, silver, and gold medals. Wish they would have put more songs on this game or charge 500 points and put out another game like this with more songs! This game gives you approx. 15 songs or so! My husband loves when I play these songs out loud for him...LOL!! I ain't half-bad for not having learned how to play professional piano!!

bshelton

#2

bshelton said:

I have to agree, I have downloaded both piano games for the DSI and I absolutely love them, especially this one. It is the best $2.00 that iI have ever spent on video games. I"m hoping that they release some more including possibly one of Holiday music. Keep it up Abylight! beep beep! Brett!

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