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CATEGORY 2

CATEGORY 3

CATEGORY 4

CATEGORY 5

CATEGORY 6

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Explanation

MUSIC

MUSIC

IDENTIFY FROM THE

INFORMATION GIVEN.

ART

ART

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

INFORMATION GIVEN.

CLUE 1

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200 POINTS


Response 1

THE EIGHTEENTH CENTURY

GERMAN COMPOSER WHOSE

LAST SYMPHONY IS KNOWN AS

THE "JUPITER SYMPHONY"

WOLFGANG A. MOZART

THE NAME OF THE 20TH

CENTURY SPANISH ARTIST OF

THE PAINTING "THE THREE

MUSICIANS"

PABLO PICASSO

IN GREEK MYTHOLOGY HE IS

THE MESSENGER OF ZEUS

HERMES

THE STYLE OF ENGLISH

ARCHITECTURE THAT WAS

PREVALENT FROM 1485 TO

1558. THE WORD ALSO REFERS

TO A DYNASTY OF ENGLISH

MONARCHS

TUDOR

THE TERM FOR A NOTE THAT

IS NEITHER SHARP NOR FLAT

NATURAL

IN THE U.S. THE ABBREVIATION

"AMEX" REFERS TO THIS

THE AMERICAN STOCK

EXCHANGE

CLUE 2

ROW VALUE
400 POINTS


Response 2

IN OPERA, THIS IS THE TITLE OF

THE SINGER OF A COMIC PART

BUFFO

THE NAME OF THE MOVEMENT

THAT REFERS TO A GROUP OF

19TH CENTURY PAINTERS WHO

REJECTED IMPRESSIONISM

POST-IMPRESSIONISM

THE ROMAN GOD OF

AGRICULTURE

SATURN

THE NAME OF THE FAMOUS

MARBLE MAUSOLEUM IN INDIA

THE TAJ MAHAL

THE NAME OF THE 19TH

CENTURY COMPOSER OF THE

SYMPHONY "FROM THE NEW

WORLD"

ANTONIN DVORAK

THE MUSICAL INSTRUMENT

USED BY PROKOFIEV IN PETER

AND THE WOLF TO REPRESENT

PETER'S GRANDFATHER.

BASSOON

CLUE 3

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600 POINTS


Response 3

THE NAME OF THE AMERICAN

COMPOSER WHO WROTE THE

BALLET "BILLY THE KID"

AARON COPLAND

THE WORD THAT REFERS TO A

PICTURE THAT EXTREMELY

EXAGGERATES THE QUALITIES

OR PECULIARITIES OF A

PERSON OR IDEA

CARICATURE

IN GREEK MYTHOLOGY, THIS

PERSON SOWED THE

DRAGON'S TEETH

CADMUS

NAME OF THE PLACE IN

ENGLAND WHERE HUGE

STONES ARE ARRANGED IN

THREE CIRCLES, ONE INSIDE

THE OTHER

STONEHENGE

THE EIGHTEENTH CENTURY

GERMAN WHO COMPOSED THE

OPERA "THE MAGIC FLUTE"

WOLFGANG A. MOZART

THE TERM THAT REFERS TO A

BUSINESS IN WHICH

EMPLOYEES MUST JOIN A

LABOR UNION

CLOSED SHOP OR UNION

SHOP

CLUE 4

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800 POINTS


Response 4

THE TITLE GIVEN TO

COMPOSITIONS OF A HEROIC

CHARACTER

RHAPSODY

THE FOREMOST FRENCH

ROMANTIC PAINTER WHOSE

WORKS INCLUDE "WOMAN OF

ALGIERS"

EUGENE DELACROIX

THE PLACE, IN CLASSICAL

MYTHOLOGY, WHERE SOULS

OF THE GOOD WENT AFTER

DEATH

THE ELYSIAN FIELDS

THE TERM THAT REFERS TO

AN ARCHED BRICK OR STONE

ROOF

VAULT

THE MUSICAL TERM THAT

REFERS TO A SONG OF

INVOCATION TO GOD

LITANY

THE MUSICAL TERM THAT

REFERS TO AN INTERVAL OF

EIGHT NOTES

AN OCTAVE

CLUE 5

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1000 POINTS


Response 5

THE NAME OF THE MUSICAL

CHARACTER THAT INDICATES

A PAUSE OR SILENCE

REST

THE DUTCH PAINTER WHOSE

MOST FAMOUS WORKS

INCLUDE "THE POTATO

EATERS"

VINCENT VAN GOGH

THE NAME OF THE GREEK

GODDESS OF WISDOM

ATHENA

THE ART AND SCIENCE OF

DESIGNING AND ERECTING

BUILDING IS KNOWN AS THIS

ARCHITECTURE

THE BAROQUE COMPOSER OF

"MUSIC FOR THE ROYAL

FIREWORKS"

GEORGE F. HANDEL

TERM THAT REFERS TO THE

CHARGE FOR BORROWING

MONEY

INTEREST

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CATEGORY 2

CATEGORY 3

CATEGORY 4

CATEGORY 5

CATEGORY 6

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CATEGORY

ABBREVIATED
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Explanation

ART

ART

IDENTIFY FROM THE

INFORMATION GIVEN.

MUSIC

MUSIC

IDENTIFY FROM THE

INFORMATION GIVEN.

COMPOSERS

COMPOSE

IDENTIFY FROM THE

INFORMATION GIVEN.

ARTISTS

ARTISTS

IDENTIFY FROM THE

INFORMATION GIVEN.

DRAMA

DRAMA

IDENTIFY FROM THE

INFORMATION GIVEN.

HODGE PODGE

HODGE

PODGE

IDENTIFY FROM THE

INFORMATION GIVEN.

CLUE 1

ROW VALUE
400 POINTS


Response 1

THE AMERICAN ARTIST WHO IS

BEST KNOWN FOR HIS

PORTRAITS OF CELEBRITIES

JOHN SINGER SERGEANT

THE COMPOSER OF

"SYMPHONIE FANTASTIQUE"

HECTOR BERLIOZ

THE FRENCH COMPOSER WHO

WROTE IN AN IMPRESSIONIST

STYLE THE TONE POEM

"PRELUDE TO THE AFTERNOON

OF A FAUN"

CLAUDE DEBUSSY

ENGLISH LANDSCAPE PAINTER,

WORKS BECAME

INCREASINGLY ABSTRACT IN

HIS ATTEMPT TO REPRESENT

LIGHT, ATMOSPHERE, SPACE

AND THE FORCES OF NATURE

JOSEPH M. W. TURNER

THE NAME OF THE TYPE OF

DRAMA THAT MAY BE A HAPPY

OR BITTER COMMENT ON LIFE

SATIRE

THE FAMOUS WHITE STAR

LINER THAT STRUCK AN

ICEBERG IN THE ATLANTIC ON

APRIL 14, 1912, DURING HER

MAIDEN VOYAGE AND SANK.

TITANIC

CLUE 2

ROW VALUE
800 POINTS


Response 2

THE NAME OF THE GENRE OF

PAINTING IN WHICH NATURAL

SCENERY IS THE SUBJECT

LANDSCAPE

THE COMPOSER OF THE

OPERETTA "CARMEN"

GEORGES BIZET

THE 19TH CENTURY RUSSIAN

COMPOSER OF THE BALLETS

"SWAN LAKE" AND "SLEEPING

BEAUTY"

TCHAIKOVSKY

THE FLEMISH ARTIST WHO IS

CONSIDERED TO BE THE

GREATEST OF THE NORTHERN

BAROQUE PAINTERS

PETER PAUL RUBENS

THE ANCIENT GREEK

PLAYWRIGHT WHO WROTE

THE PLAY "MEDIA"

EURIPIDES

18TH CENTURY AUTHOR AND

STATESMAN WHO MADE THE

FOLLOWING STATEMENT:

THREE MAY KEEP A SECRET, IF

TWO OF THEM ARE DEAD"

BENJAMIN FRANKLIN

CLUE 3

ROW VALUE
1200 POINTS


Response 3

ITALIAN RENAISSANCE ARTIST

THAT FAVORED BRIGHT

COLORS AND OFTEN PAINTED

THE MADONNA AND THE

INFANT JESUS

RAPHAEL SANTI

THIS REFERS TO A PLAY WITH

MUSIC PERFORMED BETWEEN

THE ACTS OF AN OPERA OR

DRAMA THAT GAVE RISE TO

OPERA BUFFA, A SHORT

MOVEMENT IN A SYMPHONY

INTERMEZZO

RUSSIAN BORN AMERICAN

COMPOSER KNOWN FORM HIS

POPULAR SONGS AND LYRICS,

SUCH AS "BLUE SKIES", "GOD

BLESS AMERICA" AND "WHITE

CHRISTMAS"

IRVING BERLIN

THE AMERICAN ILLUSTRATOR

WHO IS BEST KNOWN FOR HIS

COVER ILLUSTRATION FOR THE

"SATURDAY EVENING POST"

NORMAN ROCKWELL

THE NAME OF THE 20TH

CENTURY AMERICAN

PLAYWRIGHT WHO WROTE

THE PLAY "CAT ON A HOT TIN

ROOF"

TENNESSEE WILLIAMS

THE TYPE OF WALL PAINTINGS

WHICH DECORATE THE

ANCIENT PALACE OF KNOSSOS

ON THE ISLAND OF CRETE

FRESCOES

CLUE 4

ROW VALUE
1600 POINTS


Response 4

THE ARTIST WHOSE PAINTING

"PORTRAIT OF JACQUELINE"

SHOWS CUBIST IDEAS

PABLO PICASSO

THE MUSICAL TERM FOR

TONES THAT HAVE THE SAME

PITCH WHEN PLAYED ON

TEMPERED INSTRUMENTS BUT

THAT ARE DIFFERENT IN

NOTATION

ENHARMONIC

COMPOSER WHOSE

"BRANDENBURG CONCERTOS"

ARE FAMOUS

J. S. BACH

19TH CENTURY FRENCH

POST-IMPRESSIONIST ARTIST

WHO MOVED TO TAHITI

WHERE HE PAINTED THE

NATIVE PEOPLES IN THEIR

NATURAL SETTINGS.

PAUL GAUGUIN

NAME OF THE 20TH CENTURY

AMERICAN PLAYWRIGHT WHO

WROTE THE PLAY "LIFE WITH

FATHER"

HOWARD LINDSAY

TERM FOR A BUSINESS

ORGANIZATION WHICH IS AN

ASSOCIATION OF TWO OR

MORE PEOPLE WHO OPERATE

AS CO-OWNERS

PARTNERSHIP

CLUE 5

ROW VALUE
2000 POINTS


Response 5

TYPE OF ARTISTIC PAINTINGS

WHICH INCLUDES SUCH

ARTISTS AS PIERRE RENOIR,

EDGAR DEGAS AND CLAUDE

MONET

IMPRESSIONISM

THE TERM FOR AN

UNACCOMPANIED SONG FOR

THREE OR MORE VOICES USING

COUNTERPOINT AND IMITATION

MADRIGAL

THE NAME OF THE 19TH

CENTURY COMPOSER WHO

WROTE THE SONG "DIXIE"

DANIEL D. EMMETT

FRENCH ARTIST WHO IS

KNOWN FOR HIS PAINTINGS,

DRAWINGS, AND POSTERS

THAT DEPICT THE NIGHT LIFE

OF MONTMARTE, THE DISTRICT

IN PARIS WHERE HE LIVED

HENRI DE

TOULOUSE-LAUTREC

WRITING THAT IS MEANT TO BE

PERFORMED IS KNOWN AS

THIS

DRAMA

IN NOTATION, THIS IS THE SIGN

THAT FIXES THE POSITIONS OF

CERTAIN NOTES ON THE LINES

AND SPACES OF THE STAFF

CLEF

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