The fascinating number puzzle from Japan which has taken the world by storm now has a musical version, using the same pattern of rows and columns, but with musical symbols instead of numbers. If you're a musician who loves Sudoku, then Musidoku will definitely be your forte.
44 puzzles to tickle and tackle your musical brain cells, composed by Antony Kearns.
These puzzles are a really fun way for pupils to practise drawing musical symbols and the book makes a great gift for all your musical friends.
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