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Keyboardist: Quiz


Question 1: However, in general, the keyboardist has seen something of a resurgence in rock music in recent years, with bands like ________, Athlete, Keane and The Killers featuring keyboards prominently.
It Won't Be Soon Before LongMaroon 5This Love (Maroon 5 song)Songs About Jane

Question 2: ________ (but see Pianist for a list of famous pianists)
VibraphonePercussion instrumentPianoTimpani

Question 3: Some of the more famous electronic production acts include The Prodigy, ________ and Orbital.
Massive Attack discographyCollectedBlue LinesMassive Attack

Question 4: Producers such as William Orbit and ________ would also use synthesizers and electronic effects to add color to music by the bands they were working with.
Roxy Music (album)Brian Eno discographyFor Your PleasureBrian Eno

Question 5: The Beatles became the first group to use the Moog synthesizer on a pop record on 1969's ________, with it being particularly prominent in the song Here Comes The Sun.
Come TogetherSgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club BandThe Beatles (album)Abbey Road

Question 6: The use of electronic keyboards grew in popularity throughout the 1960s, with many bands using the Hammond organ, Mellotron, and electric pianos such as the ________.
Wurlitzer electric pianoCelestaElectric pianoRhodes piano

Question 7: electric pianos such as the ________ and Wurlitzer electric piano
Rhodes pianoCelestaEffects unitPercussion instrument

Question 8: Rock groups also began using synthesizers and electronic keyboards alongside the traditional line-up of guitar, bass and drums; particularly in ________ groups such as Genesis, Emerson, Lake & Palmer and Rush.
Music industryRock musicProgressive rockRecord producer

Question 9: Some of the first bands that used this set up were ________, Suicide and The Human League.
KraftwerkRadio-ActivityTrans-Europe Express (album)Autobahn (album)

Question 10: Hammond and other electric organ such as the ________ and Vox Continental
SynthesizerRichard Wright (musician)FarfisaJohn Paul Jones (musician)


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