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Question 1: The mezzo-soprano saxophone, sometimes called the F alto saxophone, is an instrument in the ________ family.
ChalumeauClarinetTenor saxophoneSaxophone

Question 2: The mezzo soprano is the only saxophone pitched in F, apart from a few prototypes of an F ________.
Soprano saxophoneBaritone saxophoneTenor saxophoneBass saxophone

Question 3: They were not popular and did not sell widely, as their production coincided with the Wall Street Crash of 1929 and the ________.
Republican Party (United States)United StatesFederal Reserve SystemGreat Depression

Question 4: Although ________'s 1928 orchestral work Boléro calls for a sopranino saxophone in F, it is unlikely that such an instrument ever existed.
Nikolai Rimsky-KorsakovFranz LisztClaude DebussyMaurice Ravel

Question 5: Notable players of the mezzo-soprano saxophone include ________, James Carter, and Jay Easton.
Muhal Richard AbramsAnthony BraxtonJazzEric Dolphy

Question 6: Very few mezzo-sopranos exist — they were only produced in 1928 and 1929 by the ________ company.
MassachusettsC. G. ConnAmerican Civil WarWashington, D.C.







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