Hey, do I know that song? This is Mozart! Or is it Beethoven? Find out!
You hear a violin. It plays the beginning of a well-known melody. Where is the second part of that melody? Find it and you will experience the sound of a symphony orchestra playing the first 25 seconds of the piece. The couple is yours and it's your turn again!
All my ducklings are baking cakes, dancing, or still asleep...
Children immediately hear which pieces are involved, even if the melodies are only played for one or two bars by the piano. Whoever uncovers a pair gets to hear the whole nursery rhyme including singing and piano accompaniment. Of course you are welcome to sing along :)
How is the cat doing? Exactly: Meow! And the cow? Moo!
In this game, a pair consists of an animal sound and the name of the animal. Find out which animal sound belongs to which animal!
The scale trainer is a special game: the task is to sort the tones of a scale according to their pitch. To do this, you take any 8 sound squares from the set, or 13 if you selected the chromatic scale. Lay them out in a line on the table. Place a sound square on the NFC reader. A tone sounds. This is the start of your new series. Place the next sound square. Is the tone higher or lower? Put it in the right place in your new row. How many moves does it take you to arrange the sound squares according to their pitch?
Countries & Capitals
Paris? France! England? London! But Windhoek? Match the countries to their capitals.
In this game, a pair consists of a country and a capital. When the country and the capital go together, the country's national anthem is played.
What kind of bird is that singing so beautifully?
This game is about bringing together two recordings of a song or call from a bird. As a reward, the bird sings, accompanied by the surrounding bird concert.
Many thanks to dr. Ralf Martin for the sound and image recordings.
Every year again!
As if you were walking in the pedestrian arcade in December. Christmas carols sound from a flute and suddenly Christmas is not that far away. Put the melodies together and, if you succeed, hear the whole Christmas song accompanied by a trio of vocals, viola and violin.
"Whoever digs a pit for others catches the worm!"
...or something like that
The aim of this game is to put the two pieces of a proverb that has been cut in half back together.
Discover children's songs in English and French!
The melodies may already be familiar to many, but the musical interpretation is full of styles from the 21st century. Find two matching parts and the respective song will be heard with vocals and band.
Artist: Tony Green tonygreen.com
The classical guitar
Enchanting pieces for guitar, beautifully performed by David Sick.
The pingpong ball, the pingpong ball!
Soundspaghetti requires the full attention of all players. 6 sounds on one sound square, and 6 again on the next one.
Now which sound was on both sound squares?
Test now!Scan the QR code with your smartphone on which klang² is installed, or open this link and test the first version of "Soundspaghetti". We are looking forward to your feedback!
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We love cooperations with artists and creative heads! Let us develop games for klang² together and create a gigantic sound-encyclopedia!
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