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John Brown's Body: Quiz


Question 1: Yodobashi Camera (ヨドバシ・カメラ) jingle, from ________
GoogleYouTubeGoogle searchGoogle Videos

Question 2: In that atmosphere, where hymns were taught and learned by rote and a spontaneous and improvisatory element was prized, both tunes and words changed and adapted in true ________ fashion:[3]
Electric folkPete SeegerWoody GuthrieFolk music

Question 3: [31] A variant version of this was "John Brown's baby has a pimple on its bum", which was popular with First World War British soldiers, who spread it throughout the ________.
British EmpireNauruBarbadosInformal Empire

Question 4: The tune arose out of the folk hymn tradition of the American ________ movement of the 1800s.
ChristianityCamp meetingMethodismHugh Bourne

Question 5: Sailors are known to have adapted "John Brown's Body" into a ________ - specifically, into a "Capstan Shanty", used during anchor-raising.
PolandShipSea shantyUnited Kingdom

Question 6: Lindley Miller in 1864,[25] although (typical of the confusion of authorship among the variants and versions) a text with that title is also attributed to ________.
Underground RailroadHarriet TubmanFrederick DouglassSojourner Truth

Question 7: Sheet music for "John Brown's Song", from ________
Project Gutenberg AustraliaAmazon KindleProject GutenbergGoogle Books

Question 8: [24] For example, William Weston Patton wrote his influential version in October 1861 which was published in the ________, 16 December of that year.
Sam ZellChicago CubsChicago TribuneLos Angeles Times

Question 9: Later, people mistakenly believed it referenced the ________ John Brown and later verses were added referencing him.
AbolitionismSlaveryFrederick DouglassAtlantic slave trade

Question 10: The tune was also use for perhaps the most well known union song in the United States, ________.
Industrial unionismSolidarity ForeverAFL-CIOSyndicalism


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