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Lord of the Chords: Bach for an Encore! (Reprint + Foil)

A project in Thomson, Singapore by Jonathan Ng
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The Punniest Music Theory Card Game | Kickstarter-Exclusive Foil Cards | $230K+ Previously Raised | 6000 First Edition Copies SOLD OUT
Backers: 2849
Average Pledge Per Backer: $81

Funded: $231,391 of $15,000
Dates: Sep 22nd -> Oct 22nd (30 days)
Project By: Jonathan Ng
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Latest News

1) Our Last Day Together 2) EARLY Foil Samples 3) Storytime - The Ups and Downs So Far

October 21st - via: kickstarter.com
PSA: Keith and I are in the army reserves right now, but we're still trying our best to answer your questions in between all the training, so please bear with us if our replies aren't super fast! Harmonious Hellos! Jon of the Chords here (: I can't... (Read More)

1) Help! TwoSet Violin 2) Imagination Game Awards SEAL OF APPROVAL 3) Only 3 days Left!

October 19th - via: kickstarter.com
Harmonious Hellos! Jon of the Chords here :) We need your help! 1) Help Us Get TwoSet Violin's Attention! Twoset Violin, the biggest channel on youtube for classical music humor is here in Singapore, where we're based! We would like to get their... (Read More)

Quick Update: The Dice Tower's Tom Vasel Says Lord of the Chords Is His PICK OF THE WEEK!

October 15th - via: kickstarter.com
Harmonious Hellos! You were there before it was cool! We just wanted to thank all of you for supporting this campaign, and getting Tom Vasel's attention! He brought it up on last night's Crowdsurfing episode, and he actually picked this as his pick... (Read More)

1) Rank #1 and Over 1000 Bach-ers! 2) Interval Initiate's Bach Story and Lore 3) Post campaign pledge manager information and reminders

October 12th - via: kickstarter.com
Harmonious Hellos! It's Jon of the Chords! To previous Bach-ers, welcome to our 2nd campaign's maiden update! New Bach-ers: welcome to our very geeky family! 1) We Are 1000+ Bach-ers Strong! Play some fortississimo notes (make some noise lol) y'all!... (Read More)

Kickstarter Tabletop Alert: Puns And Music Theory Combine In 'Lord of the Chords'

October 12th - via: geekdad.com
Can music theory be fun? Many of the terms from music theory are just begging to be made into hilarious puns. What if you could learn music theory while playing a game? Of course, what could be geekier than a tabletop game about music theory? Lord of the Chords answers this call. (Read More)

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