Fun Music Quiz Number 46 – Feb 22 2021

1.What is the name given to the interval between two musical notes lying eight notes apart?
2. What is the surname of singing superstar Madonna?
3. Singer/Songwriter& Style Icon, George Alan O’Dowd, born in Bexley in 1961, is better known by which stage name?
4. Bye Bye Baby, Give a Little Love & Shang-a-Lang are all songs recorded by which 1970’s Scottish Boy Band?
5. The Bouzouki is a stringed musical instrument popular in which country?
6. What are the names of the two opposing Gangs in the Film & Stage Musical: Westside Story?
7. What is the name given to a short piece of instrumental music composed for performance between the acts or scenes of an Opera or Drama?
8. Which Radio 2 DJ presents ‘Sounds of the Seventies’ on a Sunday Afternoon?
9. Which Actor played the role of Fagin in the 1968 Film Musical: Oliver! and subsequently reprised the role on the Stage?
10. What is the name of a piece of music sung or played, typically at night, under the window of a lady, by a suitor?

ANSWERS BELOW JULIE CLARKE


1.What is the name given to the interval between two musical notes lying eight notes apart? OCTAVE
2. What is the surname of singing superstar Madonna? CICCONE
3. Singer/Songwriter& Style Icon, George Alan O’Dowd, born in Bexley in 1961, is better known by which stage name? BOY GEORGE
4. Bye Bye Baby, Give a Little Love & Shang-a-Lang are all songs recorded by which 1970’s Scottish Boy Band? THE BAY CITY ROLLERS
5. The Bouzouki is a stringed musical instrument popular in which country? GREECE
6. What are the names of the two opposing Gangs in the Film & Stage Musical: Westside Story? SHARKS &
JETS
7. What is the name given to a short piece of instrumental music composed for performance between the acts or scenes of an Opera or Drama? INTERMEZZO
8. Which Radio 2 DJ presents ‘Sounds of the Seventies’ on a Sunday Afternoon? JOHNNIE WALKER
9. Which Actor played the role of Fagin in the 1968 Film Musical: Oliver! and subsequently reprised the role on the Stage? RON MOODY
10. What is the name of a piece of music sung or played, typically at night, under the window of a lady, by a suitor? SERENADE