Simply listen to the first few bars of the well known song and then name that tune! Songs are instrumental excerpts from across the decades: from 1930 to 1960.

An easy-to-play game: simply listen to the first few bars of each song and then name that tune!
Popular songs have been selected to trigger memories from the past and make a great reminiscence activity.

The Musical Quiz can be slotted into any ten minute gap during a busy day, so is an ideal group activity for older people who may have a dementia such as Alzheimer's

Many residents enjoy singing to songs as music may have played a key part of their lives.

Including music into a daily activity programme each day helps meet older people's needs and retain the quality of their life.

The CD can be used separately to create a sing-along session at any time.

One CD with eighty different instrumental melodies from 1930s, 1940s, 1950s, 1960s, including:Delilah, Moon River, My Bonnie, Amazing Grace.

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