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Question 1: Mass in F Minor by ________
Billy CorganMoby GrapeI Had Too Much to Dream (Last Night)The Electric Prunes

Question 2: Many of the most famous of the great masses of the Romantic era were ________ masses.
Roman Catholic theologyMass (music)Mass (liturgy)Requiem

Question 3: In Order One of the newer ________ liturgy, however, it is restored to its earlier place.
LectionaryCommon WorshipAlternative Service BookRevised Common Lectionary

Question 4: In a liturgical Mass, there are other sections that may be sung, often in ________.
Gregorian chantPope Gregory ITransubstantiationCatholic Church

Question 5: The ________ is a setting of the "Lamb of God" litany:
Lord's PrayerKyrieAgnus DeiNicene Creed

Question 6: Famously, ________ sets the "Kyrie" and "Christe" texts in his Requiem Mass as the two subjects of a double fugue.
Mozart family grand tourWolfgang Amadeus MozartMozart piano concertosKöchel catalogue

Question 7: Martin Luther's chorale Isaiah, Mighty in Days of Old, and ________'s setting of the Helig, Helig, Helig (German Sanctus) from his Deutsche Liturgie also use the third person.
Felix MendelssohnFrédéric ChopinRichard WagnerHector Berlioz

Question 8: Mass in G Minor by ________
Vernon HandleyJohn BarbirolliRalph Vaughan WilliamsAdrian Boult

Question 9: ________ composed a Benedictus and Agnus in the key of F major which was published separately to complete his service in C.
Edward ElgarRalph Vaughan WilliamsCharles Villiers StanfordJohannes Brahms

Question 10: The 12 masses of ________, including Nelson Mass and Mass in Time of War
Haydn and MozartJoseph HaydnWolfgang Amadeus MozartLudwig van Beethoven
















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