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Question 1: [9] After this, the term rumba was used as a general label for ________, as salsa is today, because the numerous Cuban terms were not understood abroad.
Music of Puerto RicoMusic of the Dominican RepublicMusic of MexicoMusic of Cuba

Question 2: [3] It sold over a million copies of ________ for E.B. Marks Inc., and this netted $100,000 in royalties for Simons by 1943.
ChoirMusical notationSheet musicChord chart

Question 3: jazz group; also on ________ PMC 7098.
EMIGeorge MartinParlophoneRock music

Question 4: 1928 Rita Montaner for ________.
Columbia RecordsSony Music EntertainmentRCA RecordsLegacy Recordings

Question 5: [13] Because of its cultural importance, in 2005 The Peanut Vendor was included into the United States ________ by the National Recording Preservation Board, which noted:
JazzNational Recording RegistryCount BasieGeorge Gershwin

Question 6: [6] The biggest record sales for El Manisero came from the recording made by Don Azpiazú and his Havana Casino Orchestra in New York in 1930 for ________.
Gramophone recordRCA RecordsVictor Talking Machine CompanyZonophone

Question 7: 1930 Don Azpiazú and his Havana Casino Orchestra ________.
Gramophone recordRCA RecordsVictor Talking Machine CompanyZonophone

Question 8: The Peanut Vendor had a second life as a hit number when Stan Kenton recorded it with his big band for ________, in 1947.
Decca RecordsEMIParlophoneCapitol Records

Question 9: 1931 ________ and his Sebastian New Cotton Club Orchestra OKeh 41478.
Louis ArmstrongJazzDuke EllingtonCount Basie

Question 10: The number was first sung and recorded by the vedette Rita Montaner in 1927 or 1928 for ________.
RCA RecordsLegacy RecordingsColumbia RecordsSony Music Entertainment







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