Music Medley Part 2
More music trivia to get you "singing" x 30 Questions.
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"Orpheus in the Underworld" includes which famous dance music?
Which popular "Proms" conductor was known as "Flash Harry"?
Sir Charles Groves
Sir Malcolm Sargent
Which Pop group had a 1992 hit with "Deeply Dippy"?
Right Said Fred
Which was Robbie Williams first "Top Ten" solo single?
The Violinist "Stephane Grappelli" was born in 1908. In which City?
Max Geldray made regular appearances on the BBC's "Goon Show", playing which instrument?
What number "track" is mentioned in the song "Chattanooga Choo Choo"?
What was the title of the 1961 hit for Kenny Ball and his Jazzmen?
Midnight in Madrid
Midnight in Memphis
Midnight in Moscow
Joan Baez began her recording career in 1960, with which label?
When "Bobby Shafto" went to sea, what did he have on his knee?
Which town is mentioned in the "Ewan MacColl" song "Dirty Old Town"?
With which Instrument would you associate Blues Musician "Otis Spann"
When did the BBC programme "Songs of Praise" first appear?
"Journey to the urge within" was the 1986 debut album by which British Jazz Musician?
Who composed "Rhapsody in Blue" in 1924?
In which Country was the "Gavotte" a popular dance during the 17th and 18th Century?
What name describes Monophonic, unaccompanied Sacred Catholic Songs?
On the 2nd October 1954, who made his only appearance at the "Grand Ole Opry"?
Which "Dance Music" has a distinctive "123-123" feel and rhythm?
The Clarinetist "Acker Bilk" was born in 1929, in which English County?
Which Folk Singer-turned-Comedian went on to become the President of the Ramblers Association?
In which Country does the "Port Fairy Folk Festival" take place each year?
Which star of "Starsky and Hutch" also had a successful Pop Music career?
Who was the female singer in the Australian group "The Seekers"?
Who or What is the "Irish Rover" in the traditional Irish Song?
Which Pop Superstar's real name is "David Jones"?
Who played the title role in the 1927 film "The Jazz Singer"?
Who wrote the song "Where have all the flowers gone"?
Which London Park hosted the first "Proms in the Park" concerts in 1996?
The "Proms" are now associated with and named after which famous conductor?
Sir Henry Wood
Sir Malcolm Sargent
Sir Thomas Beecham
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