Fun Music Quiz Number 34 – 23 Nov 2020

 1. Which English Conductor, born in 1869, was best known for his long association with the annual Promenade Concerts?
2. Which US Singer, known as ‘The God of Shock Rock’ was born Vincent Damon Furnier in 1948?
3. Which legendary singer provided the harmonica solo on the Elton John track: ‘I Guess that’s why they call it the Blues’?
4. Which member of The Beatles was the youngest?
5. Which member of ELO left the band to form Wizzard in 1972?
6. What is the literal English translation of the Japanese word Karaoke?
7. Which German Composer wrote ‘The Ride of the Valkyries’ in 1856?
8. Which Singer/Songwriter had a recent series of bestselling Albums whose titles were mathematical symbols?
9. An American in Paris, On the Town & Anchors Aweigh! were all Film Musicals starring which iconic Actor/ Singer/Dancer?
10. Which DJ presents ‘Sounds of the 80’s’ on BBC Radio 2?

JULIE CLARKE

Thought for the day:
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Answers to Fun Music Quiz Number 34 – 23 Nov 2020

1.Which English Conductor, born in 1869, was best known for his long association with the annual Promenade Concerts? HENRY WOOD
2.Which US Singer, known as ‘The God of Shock Rock’ was born Vincent Damon Furnier in 1948? ALICE COOPER
3. Which legendary singer provided the harmonica solo on the Elton John track: ‘I Guess that’s why they call it the Blues’? STEVIE WONDER
4. Which member of The Beatles was the youngest? GEORGE HARRISON
5. Which member of ELO left the band to form Wizzard in 1972? ROY WOOD
6. What is the literal English translation of the Japanese word Karaoke? EMPTY ORCHESTRA
7. Which German Composer wrote ‘The Ride of the Valkyries’ in 1856? RICHARD WAGNER
8. Which Singer/Songwriter had a recent series of bestselling Albums whose titles were mathematical symbols? ED SHEERAN
9. An American in Paris, On the Town & Anchors Aweigh! were all Film Musicals starring which iconic Actor/ Singer/Dancer? GENE KELLY
10. Which DJ presents ‘Sounds of the 80’s’ on BBC Radio 2? GARY DAVIES