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Question 1: This type of cowbell can also be bowed with a ________ bow.
CelloDouble bassJazzBass guitar

Question 2: [2] The ________ drum machine was noted for its distinctive cowbell sound, which sounded almost nothing like an actual cowbell; the sound was highly electronic with a sharp, short decay.
Roland CR-78Roland Rhythm 33Hip hop musicRoland TR-808

Question 3: [3] Elsewhere in college football, the cowbell can be found at ________ football games, where it is played with a particular rhythm and accompanying chant.
Penn State Nittany LionsPennsylvania State UniversityThe Daily Collegian (Penn State)State College, Pennsylvania

Question 4: Cornell ________ fans who are also known for their zealous support of their team have cheers that feature use of a cowbell while in Lynah Rink.
Canada men's national ice hockey teamIce Hockey World ChampionshipsIce hockey at the Olympic GamesIce hockey

Question 5: Almglocken, sometimes known as Alpine Bells, typically refer to bulbous brass bells that are used to play music as a novelty act or tourist attraction in the northern ________.
HimalayasJura MountainsGeographyAlps

Question 6: The cowbell is an idiophone hand percussion instrument used in various styles of music including salsa and infrequently in ________.
Thirty-two-bar formMusical formPopular musicSong structure (popular music)

Question 7: It is named after the similar bell historically used by herdsmen to keep track of the whereabouts of ________.
Wild boarDeerCattleWater Buffalo

Question 8: Early pop recording examples include The ________' "Time Has Come Today" and Hugh Masekela's 1968 instrumental "Grazin' in the Grass".
DiscoThe Chambers BrothersBob DylanPete Seeger

Question 9: Rage Against The Machine utilized the cowbell in many songs, such as, "Township Rebellion", "Freedom", and "________".
Tom MorelloRage Against the Machine (album)Killing in the NameEvil Empire (album)

Question 10: Guns N' Roses have often used the cowbell, notably in "Nightrain", "________" and "It's So Easy".
Slash (musician)Paradise CityYou Could Be MineWelcome to the Jungle







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