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Question 1:
Which of the following titles did Pomp and Circumstance Marches have?
Honeymoon Trio
March No. 1, Trio
The Thunderer Breakstrain, Trio and Grandioso
Trio-Degradable / Affixed by Disconcern

Question 2: What follows is a repetition of what has been heard before, including a fuller statement of the Trio (in the 'home' key of D) where the orchestra is joined by organ as well as the two ________.
HarpEnglandUnited KingdomIreland

Question 3: The title is taken from Act III, Scene iii of Shakespeare's ________:
OthelloKing LearMacbethHamlet

Question 4: Pomp and Circumstance Marches: Free scores at the ________.
English languageSpanish languageInternational Music Score Library ProjectMcGill University

Question 5: In 1902 the tune was re-used, in modified form, for the Land of hope and glory section of his ________ for King Edward VII.
Edward ElgarCoronation OdeQueen consortClara Butt

Question 6: The world premiere was on August 2, 2006 with Andrew Davis conducting the BBC Symphony Orchestra at The Proms at ________.
United KingdomRoyal Albert HallCream (band)London

Question 7: For ________ solo: The first four marches were arranged by Adolf Schmid and March No.
TimpaniPianoPercussion instrumentVibraphone

Question 8: The first recording was by the BBC National Orchestra of Wales under ________.
Richard HickoxCharles GrovesEnglandUnited Kingdom

Question 9: In the ________, the Trio section "Land of Hope and Glory" of March No.
CanadaAlaskaUnited StatesPhilippines

Question 10: 4 also acquired words: a patriotic poem by ________ with the refrain beginning "All men must be free" was used as "Song of Liberty".
A. P. HerbertEnglandWinston ChurchillHoly Deadlock
















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