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Question 1: The earliest synagogal music was based on the same system as that in the Temple in ________.
DamascusJerusalemBeirutIsrael

Question 2: Being Jewish, ________ and his disciples would most likely have sung the psalms from memory.
New Testament view on Jesus' lifeNew TestamentGospelJesus

Question 3: Some of these fragments are still sung as hymns today in the ________, including "Awake, awake O sleeper" on the occasion of someone's baptism.
Eastern ChristianityEast–West SchismChristianityOrthodox Church

Question 4: Since then, it has picked up influences from across Spain, Morocco, ________, Turkey, Greece and various popular tunes from Spain and further abroad.
ChileBuenos AiresBrazilArgentina

Question 5: ________ music is the most integral form of Rastafarian music.
Haile Selassie I of EthiopiaRastafari movementMansions of RastafariBob Marley

Question 6: ________, Puerto Rico, and Haiti in particular have also developed African-influenced musical styles that are used in religious rituals associated with Santeria, Vodou, and Espiritismo.
CubaCyprusPhilippinesFrance

Question 7: Obeah and Myal as well as ________ sects associated with revivalism are common in Jamaica.
Catholic ChurchJesusChristianChristianity

Question 8: Johann Sebastian Bach, considered one of the most important and influential ________ composers, wrote most of his music for the Lutheran church.
Classical musicMusical formMusical notationMusic theory

Question 9: ________ and tonality, all tones relating and resolving to a tonic, are often associated, and the textures of European homophony, equated with monotheism, may be contrasted with Asian heterophony, equated with poly or pantheism.
MonotheismTheologyHenotheismNontheism

Question 10: Kirtan is one of the pillars of Sikhism and in that context refers to the singing of the sacred hymns from the ________ to music.
Guru Granth SahibBhagat BeniDasven Padshah Da GranthSikh scriptures







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