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CATEGORY 1

CATEGORY 2

CATEGORY 3

CATEGORY 4

CATEGORY 5

CATEGORY 6

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CATEGORY

ABBREVIATED
CATEGORY

Explanation

ART

ART

IDENTIFY FROM THE

INFORMATION GIVEN.

MUSIC

MUSIC

IDENTIFY FROM THE

INFORMATION GIVEN.

MYTHOLOGY

MYTH

IDENTIFY FROM THE

INFORMATION GIVEN.

ARCHITECTURE

ARCHI-

TECTURE

IDENTIFY FROM THE

INFORMATION GIVEN.

MUSIC TWO

MUSIC

TWO

IDENTIFY FROM THE

INFORMATION GIVEN.

HODGE PODGE

HODGE

PODGE

IDENTIFY FROM THE CLUES

GIVEN.

CLUE 1

ROW VALUE
200 POINTS


Response 1

THE NAME OF THE ARTIST

WHO PAINTED THE "MONA

LISA"

LEONARDO DA VINCI

THE NAME OF THE 19TH

CENTURY AMERICAN

BANDMASTER WHO WROTE

THE CIVIL WAR MARCH SONG

"WHEN JOHNNY COMES

MARCHING HOME"

PATRICK S. GILMORE

THE NAME OF THE MYTHICAL

BIRD THAT PERIODICALLY

EMERGES FROM ITS OWN

ASHES

PHOENIX

THE FIRST AND SIMPLEST OF

THE THREE GREEK ORDERS

DORIC

THE NAME OF THE 18TH

CENTURY COMPOSER OF THE

FAMOUS "WATER MUSIC SUITE"

GEORGE F. HANDEL

NAME THE TWO CITIES WHICH

WERE DESTROYED DURING

WORLD WAR II BY NUCLEAR

WEAPONS

HIROSHIMA AND

NAGASAKI

CLUE 2

ROW VALUE
400 POINTS


Response 2

NAME FOR A PICTURE MADE

FROM SMALL PIECES OF

COLORED GLASS

MOSAIC

THE NAME OF THE 19TH

CENTURY AMERICAN WHO

WROTE THE LYRICS TO "THE

BATTLE HYMN OF THE

REPUBLIC"

JULIA WARD HOWE

IN GREEK MYTHOLOGY, THE

NAME OF THE BEAUTIFUL

YOUTH WHO FELL IN LOVE

WITH HIS OWN REFLECTION

NARCISSUS

IDENTIFY THE NAME OF A

ROOF THAT IS FORMED BY A

SERIES OF ARCHES

DOME

THE NAME OF THE MUSICAL

INSTRUMENT THAT IS A LARGE,

ROUND METAL PLATE USED IN

THE PERCUSSION SECTION OF

THE ORCHESTRA

CYMBAL

NAME THE CONFEDERATE

GENERAL WHOSE ARMY LOST

THE BATTLE OF GETTYSBURG

ROBERT E. LEE

CLUE 3

ROW VALUE
600 POINTS


Response 3

THE NAME OF THE 19TH

CENTURY FRENCH ARTIST

WHO PAINTED THE FAMOUS

PAINTING "WATER LILIES"

CLAUDE MONET

THE NAMES OF THE TWO 19TH

CENTURY ENGLISH

COMPOSERS WHOSE

OPERETTAS INCLUDE "THE

MIKADO" AND "THE PIRATES OF

PENZANCE"

W.S. GILBERT AND

ARTHUR SULLIVAN

IN GREEK MYTHOLOGY, THE

NAME OF THE BEAUTIFUL BOY

WHO WAS LOVED BY

APHRODITE

ADONIS

THE TERM FOR A LARGE

PILLAR USED TO SUPPORT A

ROOF

A PIER

THE NAME FOR A GROUP OF

OUR MUSICIANS OR SINGERS

QUARTET

NAME THE TYPE OF CELLS

WHICH COMPOSE A NERVE

NEURON

CLUE 4

ROW VALUE
800 POINTS


Response 4

THE ART TERM THAT MEANS

"OF MANY OR VARIOUS

COLORS"

POLYCHROME

THE NAME OF THE MUSICAL

INSTRUMENT THAT IS A SMALL

FLUTE WITH A HIGH PIERCING

TONE AND IS USED MAINLY IN

MILITARY BANDS

FIFE

IN GREEK MYTHOLOGY, HE

WAS FORCED BY ZEUS TO

BEAR THE WEIGHT OF THE

HEAVENS ON HIS SHOULDERS

ATLAS

THIS IS A TALL, TAPERING,

ACUTELY POINTED ROOF ON A

TOWER, SUCH AS THE TOP OF

A STEEPLE

A SPIRE

THE OLDEST FORM OF

CHORAL MUSIC

CHANT

TERM THAT REFERS TO

LEGALLY DECLARED

INSOLVENCY

BANKRUPTCY

CLUE 5

ROW VALUE
1000 POINTS


Response 5

THE FOREMOST SCULPTOR OF

THE RENAISSANCE WHOSE

WORKS INCLUDE "ST. MARK"

DONATELLO

THE NAME OF THE 20TH

CENTURY COMPOSER WHO

WROTE THE DANCE NUMBER

"MOONLIGHT SERENADE"

GLENN MILLER

THE NAME OF THE ROMAN

GOD WHO PRESIDED OVER

MESSAGES AND COMMERCE

MERCURY

TERM FOR THE SERIES OF

ARCHES SUPPORTED BY PIERS

ARCADE

THE NINETEENTH CENTURY

HUNGARIAN WHO COMPOSED

THE NINETEEN "HUNGARIAN

RHAPSODIES"

FRANZ LISZT

THE ABBREVIATION CPI MEANS

THIS

CONSUMER PRICE INDEX

 CATEGORY:   

BIRDS  

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 CLUE:   

TYPE OF BIRD THAT FLAPS ITSWINGS OVER 4000 TIMES AMINUTE    

 Response:   

HUMMINGBIRD

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CATEGORY 1

CATEGORY 2

CATEGORY 3

CATEGORY 4

CATEGORY 5

CATEGORY 6

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CATEGORY

ABBREVIATED
CATEGORY

Explanation

MUSIC

MUSIC

IDENTIFY FROM THE

INFORMATION GIVEN.

ART

ART

IDENTIFY FROM THE

INFORMATION GIVEN.

MYTHOLOGY

MYTH

IDENTIFY FROM THE

INFORMATION GIVEN.

MOTION PICTURES

MOTION

PICTURE

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 19TH AND

20TH CENTURY AMERICAN

COMPOSER WHO WROTE THE

SONG "GIVE MY REGARDS TO

BROADWAY

GEORGE M. COHAN

THE AMERICAN ARTIST WHO IS

BEST KNOWN FOR HIS

STYLIZED LANDSCAPES OF

THE RURAL MIDWEST

GRANT WOOD

THE ROMAN NAME FOR THE

GOD OF WAR

MARS

THE NAME OF THE ACTOR

WHO WAS AWARDED THE

BEST ACTOR OSCAR FOR HIS

PERFORMANCE IN THE 1972

FILM "THE GODFATHER"

MARLON BRANDO

THE COMPOSER WHO IS MOST

NOTED FOR HIS ORATORIO

"MESSIAH"

GEORGE F. HANDEL

IN THE U.S. THE DOLLAR IS THE

BASE CURRENCY. THIS THE

THE BASE CURRENCY IN

FRANCE.

FRANC

CLUE 2

ROW VALUE
800 POINTS


Response 2

THE NAME OF THE 19TH

CENTURY GERMAN COMPOSER

OF THE OPERA "DER

ROSENKAVALIER"

RICHARD STRAUSS

THE FIFTEENTH CENTURY

ARTIST, SCIENTIST AND

INVENTOR WHO PAINTED "THE

MADONNA OF THE ROCKS"

LEONARDO DA VINCI

IN GREEK MYTHOLOGY, THE

NAME OF THE SIX HEADED

MONSTER WHO LIVED ON A

ROCK ON ONE SIDE OF A

NARROW STRAIT

SCYLLA

NAME OF THE ACTRESS WHO

WAS AWARDED THE BEST

ACTRESS OSCAR FOR HER

PERFORMANCE IN THE FILM

"GUESS WHO'S COMING TO

DINNER"

KATHARINE HEPBURN

THE PHRASE THAT REFERS TO

THE MUSICAL DIRECTION TO

PLAY IN A LIVELY MANNER

CON SPIRITO

THE TERM THAT REFERS TO

THE PORTION OF PROFIT MADE

BY A BUSINESS THAT IS PAID

TO A STOCKHOLDER

DIVIDEND

CLUE 3

ROW VALUE
1200 POINTS


Response 3

THE MUSICAL DIRECTION THAT

MEANS TO PLAY SLOWLY

ADAGIO

THE STYLE OF PAINTING THAT

IS ASSOCIATED WITH FRENCH

ARTISTS OF THE LATE

NINETEENTH CENTURY

IMPRESSIONISM

THE NAME OF THE GREEK GOD

OF WEALTH

PLUTUS

THE NAME OF THE ACTOR

WHO WAS AWARDED THE 1962

BEST ACTOR OSCAR FOR HIS

PERFORMANCE IN THE FILM

"TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD"

GREGORY PECK

THE AMERICAN WHO

COMPOSED THE OPERA

"PORGY AND BESS"

GEORGE GERSHWIN

THE POPULAR NAME FOR THE

EUROPEAN ECONOMIC

COMMUNITY

THE COMMON MARKET

CLUE 4

ROW VALUE
1600 POINTS


Response 4

THE TERM FOR A DRAMA SET

TO MUSIC

OPERA

THE NAME OF THE ARTIST OF

THE FAMOUS PAINTING "THE

LUNCHEON OF THE BOATING

PARTY"

PIERRE AUGUSTE

RENOIR

THE GODDESS ISHTAR IS

ASSOCIATED WITH THIS

ANCIENT CIVILIZATION

BABYLONIAN

THE NAME OF THE ACTRESS

WHO WAS AWARDED THE 1984

BEST ACTRESS OSCAR FOR

HER PERFORMANCE IN THE

FILM "PLACES IN THE HEART"

SALLY FIELD

HE WROTE THE SONG "OH!

SUSANNA"

STEPHEN FOSTER

THE NAME OF THE SMALL

EUROPEAN NATION THAT WAS

ADMITTED TO THE UNITED

NATIONS IN 1990

LIECHTENSTEIN

CLUE 5

ROW VALUE
2000 POINTS


Response 5

THE 20TH CENTURY AMERICAN

COMPOSER WHO WROTE THE

SONG "WHITE CHRISTMAS"

IRVING BERLIN

THE NAME OF THE LEADING

SCULPTOR OF THE BOROQUE

PERIOD

GIOVANNI L. BERNINI

IN GREEK MYTHOLOGY, SHE IS

THE MOTHER OF ZEUS

RHEA

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 NAME OF THE 20TH

CENTURY COMPOSER AND

PERFORMER WHO WROTE THE

1950S POPULAR SONG "HOUND

DOG"

ELVIS PRESLEY

THE AFRICAN ORGANIZATION

THAT AGREED TO SUSPEND

ARMED ACTION AGAINST THE

GOVERNMENT OF SOUTH

AFRICA IN 1990

THE AFRICAN NATIONAL

CONGRESS

 CATEGORY:   

BIRDS  

FINAL JEOPARDY!®  

 CLUE:   

TYPE OF BIRD THAT FLAPS ITSWINGS OVER 4000 TIMES AMINUTE    

 Response:   

HUMMINGBIRD

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