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Euphonium: Quiz

  
  

Question 1: Because of this, the euphonium has been called the "king of band instruments", or the "________ of the band", because of its similarity in timbre and ensemble role to the stringed instrument.
ViolinDouble bassConcertoCello

Question 2:
Which of the following are related to Euphonium?
Krakatoa Revealed
* Boeing F2Bn* Boeing F4B
*Alto horn (tenor horn)n*Fluegelhornn*Baritone hornn*Trombonen*Tuba
* Aero L-39 Albatrosn* Aero L-59 Super Albatros

Question 3: ________ (Mark Mordue; Tuba and Euphonium)
Ball State CardinalsOhio UniversityBall State UniversityKent State University

Question 4: A much more complete list featuring euphoniumists from many other countries as well as younger, lesser-known players can be found at ________.
List of euphonium playersUnited StatesJapanUnited Kingdom

Question 5: Jazz euphoniums are most likely to be found in tuba-euphonium groups, though modern ________ or rock bands occasionally feature a brass player doubling on euphonium, and this trend is growing.
DiscoPost-discoJazz-funkFunk

Question 6:
What mountain range is Euphonium a part of?

Question 7: Coast Guard Band Euphonium Soloist and instructor at ________ and Professor at the University of Connecticut.
West Hartford, ConnecticutUniversity of HartfordThe Hartt SchoolGoodspeed Musicals

Question 8: ________ (Brian Bowman; euphonium)
University of HoustonTexas A&M UniversityFlorida State UniversityUniversity of North Texas

Question 9: They are chiefly known now through their mention in the song "Seventy-Six Trombones" from the musical The Music Man by ________.
George BurnsTallulah BankheadMeredith WillsonAcademy Award

Question 10: ________ (Benjamin Pierce; euphonium and tuba)
Tusk (mascot)Arkansas Lady RazorbacksDonald W. Reynolds Razorback StadiumUniversity of Arkansas
















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