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Tenor: Quiz


Question 1: In ________, the melody line is called the lead.
Bluegrass musicBanjoOld-time musicCybergrass

Question 2: Walter von Stolzing, Die Meistersinger von Nürnberg (________)
Felix MendelssohnHector BerliozFranz LisztRichard Wagner

Question 3: Orchestra choruses require tenors with fully resonant voices, but chamber or a cappella choral music (sung with no instrumental accompaniment) can rely on light ________ singing in falsetto.
Bass (voice type)Bass-baritoneFachBaritone

Question 4: Within ________, most tenor roles are written between B2 and A4, especially the romantic leads, although some fall as low as A2 and others as high as G5.
Musical theatreBroadway theatreLong-running musical theatre productionsCast recording

Question 5: David, Die Meistersinger von Nürnberg (________)
Franz LisztHector BerliozRichard WagnerFelix Mendelssohn

Question 6: Le Prince Charmant, Cendrillon (________) (when performed by a tenor, originally written for soprano)
ManonLe Cid (opera)Jules MassenetEsclarmonde

Question 7: Ferrando, Così fan tutte (________)
Wolfgang Amadeus MozartMozart family grand tourKöchel catalogueMozart piano concertos

Question 8: Chevalier, Dialogues des Carmélites (________)
Jean CocteauErik SatieGermaine TailleferreFrancis Poulenc

Question 9: Dick Johnson, La Fanciulla del West (________)
ToscaMadama ButterflyGiacomo PucciniLa bohème

Question 10: Turiddu, ________ (Pietro Mascagni)
PagliacciCavalleria rusticanaFiorenza CossottoMaria Callas

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