Fun Music Quiz Number 42 – Jan 25 2021

1.Brothers Ray & Dave Davies founded which British Band during the 1960’s?
2. What name is given to the mouthpiece of a recorder or similar wind instrument?
3.Which Actor sang the song ‘Sit Down you’re Rocking the Boat’ in the 1955 film: Guys & Dolls?
4. Which Festival of Music & The Arts was founded by Benjamin Britten & takes place annually in Suffolk?
5. The Opera: ‘Eugene Onegin’, was written by which Russian Composer in 1879?
6. Sticky Fingers, Let it Bleed & Beggars Banquet are all early albums by which iconic Band?
7. Which Film & Stage Musical is loosely based on ‘The Taming of the Shrew’ by William Shakespeare?
8. ‘Hell is gone & Heaven’s here, there’s nothing left for you to fear’ is the opening line to which song by Robbie Williams?
9. Secret Love, Que Sera Sera & Move Over Darling are all songs recorded by which US Singer/Actress?
10. Which section of the Orchestra is the furthest away from the Conductor?

ANSWERS BELOW

JULIE CLARKE


1.Brothers Ray & Dave Davies founded which British Band during the 1960’s? THE KINKS
2. What name is given to the mouthpiece of a recorder or similar wind instrument? FIPPLE
3.Which Actor sang the song ‘Sit Down you’re Rocking the Boat’ in the 1955 film: Guys & Dolls? STUBBY KAYE
4. Which Festival of Music & The Arts was founded by Benjamin Britten & takes place annually in Suffolk? ALDEBURGH
FESTIVAL
5. The Opera: ‘Eugene Onegin’, was written by which Russian Composer in 1879? TCHAIKOVSKY
6. Sticky Fingers, Let it Bleed & Beggars Banquet are all early albums by which iconic Band? ROLLING STONES
7. Which Film & Stage Musical is loosely based on ‘The Taming of the Shrew’ by William Shakespeare? KISS ME KATE
8. ‘Hell is gone & Heaven’s here, there’s nothing left for you to fear’ is the opening line to which song by Robbie Williams? LET ME ENTERTAIN YOU
9. Secret Love, Que Sera Sera & Move Over Darling are all songs recorded by which US Singer/Actress? DORIS DAY
10. Which section of the Orchestra is the furthest away from the Conductor? PERCUSSION