Perfect Pitch

An interactive learning environment that lets users form orchestras and create their own arrangements of music from the baroque, classical, romantic, and modern periods. Clever game design, including a run scoring assessment module, mimics action on a baseball diamond. Players
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An interactive learning environment that lets users form orchestras and create their own arrangements of music from the baroque, classical, romantic, and modern periods. Clever game design, including a run-scoring assessment module, mimics action on a baseball diamond. Players Improve chance of scoring runs by first taking a tour of the ArtsEdge home team orchestra, where they'll learn about the historical context of musical instruments and their construction, along with famous players and composers.

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