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Question 1: He was the first black graduate at the renowned ________, where he received an Artist Diplomas degree, and he was the first black recipient of a Doctoral degree at the Eastman School of Music.
University of PennsylvaniaCurtis Institute of MusicHaverford CollegeVillanova University

Question 2: 2005: ________, Second Concerto for Orchestra
20061978Steven Stucky1975

Question 3: 1978: Michael Colgrass, Deja Vu for percussion and ________
TimpaniOrchestraThe PlanetsClassical music

Question 4: ________ did not call for such a prize in his will, but had arranged for a music scholarship to be awarded each year.
Joseph PulitzerCarl SchurzUnited StatesColumbia University

Question 5: 1954: Quincy Porter, Concerto Concertante for two pianos and ________
OrchestraClassical musicThe PlanetsTimpani

Question 6: 1947: ________, Symphony No. 3
Charles IvesSymphony No. 4 (Ives)Piano Sonata No. 2 (Ives)Leonard Bernstein

Question 7: 1950: ________, The Consul, opera
Amelia Goes to the BallGian Carlo MenottiThe Last SavageAmahl and the Night Visitors

Question 8: Gann concluded that since all of these composers are white men, and generally have same "narrow ________ aesthetic" that the prize has been unfairly biased.
Early modern periodWestern cultureEurocentrismAfrica

Question 9: 1957: ________, Meditations on Ecclesiastes
Juilliard SchoolOperaMusicNorman Dello Joio

Question 10: 1971: ________, Synchronisms No. 6
Computer Music CenterMichael DaughertyMario DavidovskyArgentina


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