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musical chairs

a party game in which players walk around chairs while music is played, there being one fewer chair than players. Whenever the music stops, the player who fails to find a chair is eliminated
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MAKE A WISH: Nina and Nikkita, above, cut the cake with Mr Kitchen FUN AND GAMES: Pupils play traditional party games, including musical statues, left, in the playground Pictures by IAN COOPER
Pictures: JAMES BALFOUR; D21359_2 READY: Indigo Walsh, 10, waits her turn in a pass the parcel game; D21539_1 GETTING INTO THE GROOVE: Abbie Hill, six, moves to the beat during a musical statues gameD21539_3 RIGHT MOVES: Michael Smith, eight, raises his hands during a dance routine at the community centre
Their hi-tech game of musical statues looks as if the camera has frozen them in mid-move.
There were plenty of red shirts where it mattered, but they were all playing musical statues.
WHEN I was a lass birthday parties were jelly and ice cream, home-made sandwiches, pin the tail on the donkey and musical statues.
In another game, similar to musical statues, William got picked on by a little girl called Nelli, who insisted he had been the last one to "freeze".
With the name of each politician already printed on stickers on the floor, each man played a bizarre game of musical statues for five minutes until they found their correct position in the line up.
In between games of pass the parcel and musical statues I vainly attempted to indulge in some social niceties.
The old-fashioned games like pin the tail on the donkey, musical statues and pass the parcel, with buns and ice cream, are great fun and have a novelty value which makes them even more cool.
CONTINUED my ongoing musical statues training programme.
Videos on his Facebook profile show workers playing musical statues in his office, while in another film he puts a wad of cash on the table to see what people will do to get it The firm's Edinburgh boss Donna Savage, 22, also humiliates staff by staging line-ups where a tap on the shoulder means they're fired.