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Entertainment Quiz #565

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1

When was the "Prince of Denmark's March" or the "Trumpet Voluntary", which was played at the marriage of Prince Charles and Lady Diana Spencer in 1981, composed?

A
mid 20th century
B
Mid 19th century
C
late 15th century
D
late 17th century
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2

What music is Wu-Tang Clan known for?

A
Hong Kong rock
B
Hip hop
C
Hard rock
D
Chinese folk music
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3

What is the name of a famous concerto by Vivaldi?

A
The One Year
B
The Twelve Months
C
The Four Seasons
D
The Third Trimester
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4

"Rock 'n' Roll", a play by Tom Stoppard that premiered in 2006, takes place in Cambridge, England and what other city?

A
Tel Aviv
B
Memphis
C
Istanbul
D
Prague
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5

Prints of which 1927 silent German expressionist science fiction film directed by Fritz Lang were discovered in Australia, the Museo del Cine in Buenos Aires, Argentina and the National Film Archive of New Zealand, to become the basis for a restoration project for a DVD/BD?

A
Modern Times
B
Metropolis
C
R.U.R. (Rossum's Universal Robots)
D
Things to Come
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6

In the 18th century, Capability Brown popularised the naturalistic style of what?

A
Painting
B
Landscape gardening
C
Sculpture
D
Architecture
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7

Who painted the famous painting known as "The Night Watch"?

A
Cézanne
B
Rembrandt
C
Renoir
D
Gainsborough
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