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CATEGORY 2

CATEGORY 3

CATEGORY 4

CATEGORY 5

CATEGORY 6

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CATEGORY

Explanation

DANCE

DANCE

IDENTIFY FROM THE

INFORMATION GIVEN.

DRAMA

DRAMA

IDENTIFY FROM THE

INFORMATION GIVEN.

MOTION PICTURES

MOTION

PICTURE

IDENTIFY FROM THE

INFORMATION GIVEN.

MUSIC

MUSIC

IDENTIFY FROM THE

INFORMATION GIVEN.

ART

ART

IDENTIFY FROM THE

INFORMATION GIVEN.

HODGE PODGE

HODGE

PODGE

IDENTIFY FROM THE

INFORMATION GIVEN.

CLUE 1

ROW VALUE
200 POINTS


Response 1

THE WORD THAT MEANS A

FEMALE BALLET DANCER

BALLERINA

THE EARLIEST KNOWN FORM

OF DRAMA

TRAGEDY

HE WAS AWARDED THE BEST

ACTOR OSCAR FOR HIS

PERFORMANCE IN THE FILM

"THE AFRICAN QUEEN"

HUMPHREY BOGART

THIS INSTRUMENT WAS USED

BY PROKOFIEV IN "PETER AND

THE WOLF" TO REPRESENT THE

WOLF

FRENCH HORN

THE NAME OF THE DUTCH

PAINTER OF THE FAMOUS

PAINTING "THE NIGHT WATCH"

REMBRANDT VAN RIJN

THE PHRASE THAT IS USED TO

REFER TO A FIRM THAT IS

OWNED AND OPERATED BY

ONE PERSON

SOLE PROPRIETORSHIP

CLUE 2

ROW VALUE
400 POINTS


Response 2

THE NAME OF THE POLISH

NATIONAL DANCE IN TRIPLE

TIME

MAZURKA

THE NAME OF THE 20TH

CENTURY PLAYWRIGHT WHO

WROTE "WHO'S AFRAID OF

VIRGINIA WOOLF"

EDWARD ALBEE

HE WON THE OSCAR FOR BEST

ACTOR FOR HIS

PERFORMANCE IN THE 1969

MOTION PICTURE "TRUE GRIT"

JOHN WAYNE

THE NAME OF THE 18TH

CENTURY COMPOSER OF "THE

DRUM ROLL SYMPHONY"

JOSEPH HAYDEN

THE NAME OF THE 20TH

CENTURY AMERICAN ARTIST

OF THE PAINTING "THE GULF

STREAM"

WINSLOW HOMER

THE TERM THAT REFERS TO

AN ORGANIZATION OF

WORKERS FORMED TO

PROMOTE COLLECTIVE

BARGAINING

LABOR UNION

CLUE 3

ROW VALUE
600 POINTS


Response 3

IN BALLET, THIS IS THE TERM

THAT REFERS TO A COMPLETE

TURN OF THE BODY WITH THE

WEIGHT RESTING ON ONE

FOOT

PIROUETTE

THE NAME OF THE ANCIENT

GREEK PLAYWRIGHT WHO

WROTE THE PLAY "OEDIPUS

REX"

SOPHOCLES

THE NAME OF THE ACTRESS

WHO WAS AWARDED AN

OSCAR FOR BEST ACTRESS

FOR HER PERFORMANCE IN

THE 1939 FILM "GONE WITH THE

WIND"

VIVIEN LEIGH

THE TERM THAT REFERS TO

THE LAST ACT OF AN OPERA

OR TO THE LAST MOVEMENT

IN A SYMPHONY

THE FINALE

THE NAME OF THE ANCIENT

GREEK SCULPTOR OF THE

FAMOUS "DISCUS THROWER"

MYRON

THE LARGEST OFFICE

BUILDING IN THE WORLD

THE PENTAGON

CLUE 4

ROW VALUE
800 POINTS


Response 4

THE TITLE OF THE FIRST

BALLET WRITTEN WITH AN

AMERICAN PLOT

UNION PACIFIC

THE NAME OF THE 20TH

CENTURY PLAYWRIGHT WHO

WROTE THE PLAY "OUR TOWN"

THORNTON WILDER

THE TITLE OF THE 1984

MOTION PICTURE THAT IS

ABOUT A FAMOUS 18TH

CENTURY COMPOSER AND

WHICH WON THE 1984 BEST

PICTURE OSCAR

AMADEUS

HE COMPOSED THE OPERA

"MADAME BUTTERFLY"

GIACOMO PUCCINI

THE NAME OF THE MOVEMENT

IN MODERN ART THAT

STRESSED THE GEOMETRICAL

DEPICTION OF NATURAL

FORMS

CUBISM

THE NAME OF THE FIRST

REPUBLIC TO DECLARE ITS

INDEPENDENCE, IN 1991, FROM

YUGOSLAVIA

CROATIA

CLUE 5

ROW VALUE
1000 POINTS


Response 5

THE NAME OF THE POPULAR

BALLROOM DANCE IN 2/4 TIME

WALTZ

THE NAME OF THE ANCIENT

GREEK PLAYWRIGHT WHO

WROTE THE PLAY "THE

PHOENICIAN WOMEN"

EURIPIDES

THE TITLE OF THE 1988 BEST

PICTURE THAT WAS DIRECTED

BY BERRY LEVINSON AND IS A

STORY ABOUT AN AUTISTIC

YOUNG MAN

RAIN MAN

IDENTIFY THE MUSICAL

INSTRUMENT THAT IS SIMILAR

TO A BASSOON, BUT IS

PITCHED HIGHER

OBOE

THIS WORD REFERS TO THE

TECHNIQUE OF PAINTING ON

MOIST LIME PLASTER WITH

COLORS GROUND IN A

LIMEWATER MIXTURE

FRESCO

THE NAME OF THE SWORD OF

KING ARTHUR

EXCALIBUR

 CATEGORY:   

MUSIC  

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THE MUSIC TERM THATREFERS TO THE HIGHEST MALEVOICE    

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TENOR OR ALTO

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Explanation

ARCHITECTURE

ARCHI-

TECTURE

IDENTIFY FROM THE

INFORMATION GIVEN.

MYTHOLOGY

MYTH

IDENTIFY FROM THE

INFORMATION GIVEN.

MUSIC

MUSIC

IDENTIFY FROM THE

INFORMATION GIVEN.

ART

ART

IDENTIFY FROM THE

INFORMATION GIVEN.

MUSIC TWO

MUSIC

TWO

IDENTIFY FROM THE

INFORMATION GIVEN.

HODGE PODGE

HODGE

PODGE

IDENTIFY FROM THE

INFORMATION GIVEN.

CLUE 1

ROW VALUE
400 POINTS


Response 1

THE NAME OF THE STYLE OF

ARCHITECTURE IN NORTH AND

SOUTH AMERICAN WHICH

GREW OUT OF THE EUROPEAN

STYLES OF THE 1600'S

COLONIAL

ARCHITECTURE

THE NAME OS THE GREEK

GODDESS OF THE HOME

HESTIA

IDENTIFY THE TWENTIETH

CENTURY AMERICAN

COMPOSER WHO WROTE THE

SONG "LIKE A ROLLING STONE"

BOB DYLAN

THE AMERICAN ARTIST WHO IS

BEST KNOWN FOR HIS

DRAMATIC SEASCAPES SUCH

AS "THE HURRICANE"

HOMER WINSLOW

IN MUSIC, THIS WORD

DESCRIBES A UNIT OF

MEASUREMENT INDICATED BY

THE CONDUCTOR'S GESTURE.

BEAT

THE EUROPEAN NATION

WHERE IT IS BELIEVED THAT

THE CUSTOM OF APRIL FOOL'S

DAY BEGAN

FRANCE

CLUE 2

ROW VALUE
800 POINTS


Response 2

THE NAME OF THE 17TH

CENTURY ARCHITECT WHO

DESIGNED ST. PAUL'S

CATHEDRAL IN LONDON,

ENGLAND

CHRISTOPHER WREN

IN GREEK MYTHOLOGY, THIS IS

THE NAME OF THE FIRST RACE

THAT WAS PRODUCED BY THE

UNION OF GAEA AND URANUS

THE TITANS

THIS MUSICAL TERM REFERS

TO INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC

THAT IS WRITTEN FOR ONE OR

MORE SOLOISTS AND AN

ORCHESTRA

CONCERTO

THE RECOGNIZED LEADER OF

THE POP ART MOVEMENT IN

AMERICA

ANDY WARHOL

NAME THE EIGHTEENTH

CENTURY GERMAN COMPOSER

WHO COMPOSED THIRTY TWO

PIANO SONATAS, INCLUDING

THE "APASSIONATA"

LUDWIG VAN BEETHOVEN

THE NAME OF THE SPACE

CRAFT THAT WAS DEPLOYED

BY DISCOVERY IN OCTOBER,

1990

ULYSSES

CLUE 3

ROW VALUE
1200 POINTS


Response 3

THE NAME OF THE FAMOUS

TOWER IN ITALY THAT LEANS

THE LEANING TOWER OF

PISA

IN ANCIENT ROMAN

MYTHOLOGY, THIS WAS THE

NAME OF THE WARRIOR

GODDESS

MINERVA

HE COMPOSED "THE

UNFINISHED SYMPHONY"

FRANZ SCHUBERT

THE NINETEENTH CENTURY

SPANISH ARTIST WHOSE

PAINTINGS, SUCH AS "THE

FIRING PARTY" DEPICT THE

RESISTANCE OF SPAIN TO

NAPOLEON'S OCCUPATION.

FRANCISCO J. GOYA

NAME THE SEVENTEENTH

CENTURY GERMAN COMPOSER

WHO WROTE "THE

WELL-TEMPERED CLAVIER"

JOHANN SEBASTIAN

BACH

THE MAJOR ISSUE THAT

DIVIDED THE U.S. CONGRESS IN

SEPTEMBER AND OCTOBER

1990

THE NATIONAL BUDGET

CLUE 4

ROW VALUE
1600 POINTS


Response 4

THE FOUR U.S. PRESIDENTS

WHOSE HEADS ARE CARVED

ON MOUNT RUSHMORE IN

SOUTH DAKOTA

WASHINGTON,

JEFFERSON, LINCOLN,

IN GREEK MYTHOLOGY, HE IS

THE FATHER OF POSEIDON

CRONUS

THE TERM THAT REFERS TO A

MUSICAL COMPOSITION FOR

VOICES AND ORCHESTRA

ORATORIO

THE FAMOUS SIXTEENTH

CENTURY ARTIST WHO

PAINTED "THE DELIVERANCE

OF ST. PETER"

RAPHAEL SANTI

THE WORD THAT REFERS TO

THE MUSICAL DIRECTION TO

PLAY IN TIME.

TEMPO

THE FAMOUS FRENCH

MILITARY UNIT THAT ARRIVED

IN SAUDI ARABIA DURING

SEPTEMBER 1990

THE FRENCH FOREIGN

LEGION

CLUE 5

ROW VALUE
2000 POINTS


Response 5

THE NAME OF THE GREAT

ARENA OF THE CITY OF

ANCIENT ROME

THE COLOSSEUM

THE NAME OF THE ROMAN

GOD OF WAR

MARS

NAME THE LEADING EXPONENT

OF IMPRESSIONISM IN MUSIC;

HIS PRINCIPAL WORKS INCLUDE

"BOLERO"

MAURICE RAVEL

THE ARTIST WHOSE

LANDMARK PAINTING

"GUERNICA" IS A LARGE SCALE

WORK ON THE AGONY OF WAR.

PABLO PICASSO

THE MUSIC TERM THAT

REFERS TO THE SUBJECT OF A

COMPOSITION

MOTIF OR MOTIVE

HIS PRESIDENTIAL PORTRAIT

APPEARS ON A ONE

THOUSAND DOLLAR BILL

GROVER CLEVELAND

 CATEGORY:   

MUSIC  

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THE MUSIC TERM THATREFERS TO THE HIGHEST MALEVOICE    

 Response:   

TENOR OR ALTO

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