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Question 1: It is mostly used in ________ concerts (South Indian classical music) as a supporting instrument for the mridangam.
DheerasankarabharanamDhenukaCarnatic musicBhupalam

Question 2:
Which of the following are related to Tambourine?
Crimewatch
Arabs
Riq, Buben, Dayereh, Daf, Kanjira, Frame drum
Green Wing

Question 3:
Which of the following titles did Tambourine have?
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare
The Modern Rome Burning
Modern agogo
Modern Tambourine

Question 4:
What mountain range is Tambourine a part of?
Blue Ridge Mountains
High sound of jingles, plus some have a skin with a lower sound.
Wicklow Mountains?
Alps

Question 5: Originated in Portugal, the pandeiro was brought to ________ by the Portuguese settlers.
AngolaEast TimorMozambiqueBrazil

Question 6: In ________, drums and military timpani were referred to as buben.
Byzantine EmpireEarly Middle AgesKievan Rus'High Middle Ages

Question 7: It is very typical of more traditional ________
Culture of BrazilSalvador, BahiaRio de JaneiroMusic of Brazil

Question 8: The name is related to ________ βόμβος (low and hollow sound) and βομβύλη (a breed of bees) and related to Indo-Aryan bambharas (bee) and English bee.
GreeceGreek diasporaGreek languageGreeks

Question 9: Certain kinds of bubens are equipped with clanking metal rings, plates, ________, or little bells.
Bass drumCymbalRototomTom-tom drum

Question 10: It is a percussion instrument, and is something intermediate between a ________ and a tambourine.
DafNaqarehGoblet drumDrum
















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