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Dick Hyman: Quiz


Question 1: Other scores include: ________, Scott Joplin: King of Ragtime, The Lemon Sisters and Alan and Naomi.
Fiddler on the Roof (film)MoonstruckThe Hurricane (1999 film)...And Justice for All (film)

Question 2: He was music director of The Movie Music of Woody Allen, which premiered at the ________.
Pauley Pavilion2008 Kids' Choice AwardsHollywood BowlUniversal Studios Hollywood

Question 3: In the 1960s he was regularly seen on ________-TV's weekly musical series Sing Along with Mitch.
ShopNBCNBCTelemundoUniversal Sports

Question 4: Other solo recordings include the music of Irving Berlin, Harold Arlen, ________, George Gershwin, and Duke Ellington.
Cole PorterKiss Me, KateAnything GoesDuBarry Was a Lady

Question 5: Shedd Institute for the Arts, and set by Toni Pimble of the Eugene Ballet, premiered in ________.
Florence, OregonEugene, OregonLane County, OregonSpringfield, Oregon

Question 6: He later recorded several albums on the ________ which mixed original compositions and cover versions, including Moog: Electric Eclectics, and The Age of Electronicus.
MinimoogMoog modular synthesizerRock musicMoog synthesizer

Question 7: He received an ________ for his original score for Sunshine's on the Way, a daytime drama, and another for musical direction of a PBS Special on Eubie Blake.
27th Sports Emmy AwardsEmmy AwardSports Emmy AwardDaytime Emmy Award

Question 8: He continues to be a frequent guest performer with The Jim Cullum Jazz Band on the long-running public radio series Riverwalk Jazz, and has been heard on ________' Fresh Air.
National Public RadioTerry GrossNina TotenbergIra Flatow

Question 9: He acted as music director for such television programs as Benny Goodman's final appearance (on ________) and for In Performance at the White House.
Universal SportsIon TelevisionPublic Broadcasting ServiceUnivision

Question 10: A cantata based on the autobiography of ________ was premiered in 2004.
Letters from the EarthThe Mysterious StrangerA Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's CourtMark Twain

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