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Question 1: The Sailor's Hornpipe is the finale of part two of ________'s Tubular Bells.
Moonlight ShadowMike Oldfield singles discographyMike Oldfield discographyMike Oldfield

Question 2: American composer ________ quotes the tune in the "Washington's Birthday" movement in his A Symphony: New England Holidays.
Symphony No. 4 (Ives)Charles IvesLeonard BernsteinPiano Sonata No. 2 (Ives)

Question 3: Noel Rawsthorne wrote a set of variations on the tune, "Hornpipe Humoresque", with apologies to ________ (a variation conflating the tune with the first movement of Brandenburg Concerto No.
FugueJohann Sebastian BachJohann PachelbelBaroque music

Question 4: Accompaniment may have been the music of a ________ or, from the 19th century, a squeezebox.
EnglandSaxophoneIrelandTin whistle

Question 5: The tune was played in the animated ________ cartoons beginning in the 1930s, usually as the first part of the opening credits theme, which then segued into an instrumental of "I'm Popeye the Sailor Man".
Bud SagendorfBobby LondonE. C. SegarPopeye

Question 6: ________ on Tubular Bells (1973) and Tubular Bells 2003 (2003)
Mike Oldfield singles discographyMike OldfieldMoonlight ShadowMike Oldfield discography

Question 7: This song plays during part of the ending in the Xbox Live Arcade game ________.
Entertainment Software Rating BoardCastle CrashersXbox 360Alien Hominid

Question 8: Along with George Malcolm's piece, ________ plays his own version of the tune on his solo album Honky - "a full-fledged rocking strut with a Caribbean twist" (Allmusic).
Emerson, Lake & Palmer (album)Pictures at an Exhibition (album)Keith EmersonEmerson, Lake & Palmer

Question 9: Sailors from the ________ are believed to have invented the solo dance, as an exercise aboard ship[4].
HMS Illustrious (R06)HMS Ocean (L12)HMS Ark Royal (R07)Royal Navy

Question 10: In the ________ operetta "H.M.S. Pinafore", Sir Joseph Porter tells Ralph Rackstraw "All sailors should dance hornpipes.
W. S. GilbertArthur SullivanThe MikadoGilbert and Sullivan


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