CAMELOT FANTASY

CAMELOT FANTASY => CAMELOT FANTASIA => Topic started by: guest256 on June 17, 2018, 12:48:08 am

Title: Quiz
Post by: guest256 on June 17, 2018, 12:48:08 am
1. Pica pica is another name for which common bird?
 2. Perdix perdix is another name for which common bird?
 3. Which animal group do otters, badgers, ferrets & Northern European polecats come under? I'll give you a clue. They're not rodents.
 4. What is/was trephining?
 5. Who wrote under the pseudonym of Currer Bell?
 6. Who wrote under the pseudonym of Ellis Bell?
 7. Who wrote under the pseudonym of Acton Bell?
 8. What was George Stubbs most famous for painting?
 9. The following extract is from which famous poem, "Water, water, everywhere & all the boards did shrink. Water, water everywhere but not a drop to drink"?
 10. Where was William Wordsworth when he wrote his most famous poem, "daffodils"?
Title: Re: Quiz
Post by: Divine Metamorphoses on June 18, 2018, 12:45:14 am
Great new thread.

And Iím stumped.

Have to do some research!

Love this. Thank you Lady Ann xx
Title: Re: Quiz
Post by: guest256 on June 18, 2018, 01:50:59 am
Great new thread.

And Iím stumped.

Have to do some research!

Love this. Thank you Lady Ann xx
Thank you very much, Lady Divine.

I'll be giving the answers the same time next week unless someone gets them because I've got to give people the chance to have a go if they wish.

You're welcome, Lady Divine.
Title: Re: Quiz
Post by: guest256 on June 24, 2018, 05:55:48 am
The answers for anyone who's interested are as follows:

 1. Magpie
 2. Grey partridge
 3. Mustelid
 4. The process by which holes were drilled in prehistoric men's heads when they had a headache. Medicine men did this because they thought headaches were caused by evil spirits entering the body & they had to let them out. They kept the little bones & put them in little bags that the patient had to carry around their necks to ward off other evil spirits.
 5. Charlotte Bronte
 6. Emily Bronte
 7. Anne Bronte
 8.Horses
 9. The rime of the ancient mariner by Samuel Taylor Coleridge.
 10. Grasmere in the Lake District.

 If anyone would like to get their own back on me, please feel free to write another 1. It's just for fun.
Title: Re: Quiz
Post by: Divine Metamorphoses on July 04, 2018, 09:23:21 pm
The answers for anyone who's interested are as follows:

 1. Magpie
 2. Grey partridge
 3. Mustelid
 4. The process by which holes were drilled in prehistoric men's heads when they had a headache. Medicine men did this because they thought headaches were caused by evil spirits entering the body & they had to let them out. They kept the little bones & put them in little bags that the patient had to carry around their necks to ward off other evil spirits.
 5. Charlotte Bronte
 6. Emily Bronte
 7. Anne Bronte
 8.Horses
 9. The rime of the ancient mariner by Samuel Taylor Coleridge.
 10. Grasmere in the Lake District.

 If anyone would like to get their own back on me, please feel free to write another 1. It's just for fun.
1. Pica pica is another name for which common bird?
 2. Perdix perdix is another name for which common bird?
 3. Which animal group do otters, badgers, ferrets & Northern European polecats come under? I'll give you a clue. They're not rodents.
 4. What is/was trephining?
 5. Who wrote under the pseudonym of Currer Bell?
 6. Who wrote under the pseudonym of Ellis Bell?
 7. Who wrote under the pseudonym of Acton Bell?
 8. What was George Stubbs most famous for painting?
 9. The following extract is from which famous poem, "Water, water, everywhere & all the boards did shrink. Water, water everywhere but not a drop to drink"?
 10. Where was William Wordsworth when he wrote his most famous poem, "daffodils"?


This is amazing!

Thank you so very much Lady Ann xx
Title: Re: Quiz
Post by: guest256 on August 22, 2018, 03:40:20 am
You're welcome, Lady Divine. Would you like me to set another 1?
Title: Re: Quiz
Post by: Divine Metamorphoses on August 30, 2018, 09:00:30 pm
Yes please Lady Ann! Xxx
Sending love ❤️
Title: Re: Quiz
Post by: guest256 on August 31, 2018, 02:44:33 am
Yes please Lady Ann! Xxx
Sending love ❤️
O.K. I'll set another 1 later, Lady Divine.

Lots of love

Ann.
Title: Re: Quiz
Post by: guest256 on August 31, 2018, 03:21:18 pm
I decided to set this 1 on Scotland. I will set an English 1 next.

1. What's a dirk?
 2. What's a skiandhu?
 3. What happened @ 5 am on 13/2/1692?
 4. What year was the act of union signed?
 5. What does slainte mhath mean?
 6. What is haggis?
 7. What 3 ingredients do you need to make shortbread?
 8. What's a pibroch?
 9. Who wrote Auld Lang Syne?
 10. Name the following poem/prayer?

 Some hae meat but cannae eat.
 Others no hae but can eat it.
 But we hae meat & we can eat
 So bless the lord & thankit.

 11. Which dog got the freedom of the City of Edinburgh after poor children put together to buy him a license?
 12. Who designed Edinburgh new town?
 13. What were the Adam Brothers famous for?
 14. Lister who invented anti-septic surgery studied at what Scottish university?
 15. What city is known as the granite city?
 16. In what month does the Edinburgh tattoo & festival take place?
 17. What did Andrew Carnegie fund in Scotland?
 18. A famous song starts with the following words.

 By yon Bonnie banks & by yon Bonnie braes where the sun shines bright...

 Name the song.
 19. Who did Flora McDonald row over the sea to Skye?
 20. Which 2 clans were involved in the Glencoe Massacre?
Title: Re: Quiz
Post by: Divine Metamorphoses on September 13, 2018, 02:14:34 pm
I decided to set this 1 on Scotland. I will set an English 1 next.

1. What's a dirk?
 2. What's a skiandhu?
 3. What happened @ 5 am on 13/2/1692?
 4. What year was the act of union signed?
 5. What does slainte mhath mean?
 6. What is haggis?
 7. What 3 ingredients do you need to make shortbread?
 8. What's a pibroch?
 9. Who wrote Auld Lang Syne?
 10. Name the following poem/prayer?

 Some hae meat but cannae eat.
 Others no hae but can eat it.
 But we hae meat & we can eat
 So bless the lord & thankit.

 11. Which dog got the freedom of the City of Edinburgh after poor children put together to buy him a license?
 12. Who designed Edinburgh new town?
 13. What were the Adam Brothers famous for?
 14. Lister who invented anti-septic surgery studied at what Scottish university?
 15. What city is known as the granite city?
 16. In what month does the Edinburgh tattoo & festival take place?
 17. What did Andrew Carnegie fund in Scotland?
 18. A famous song starts with the following words.

 By yon Bonnie banks & by yon Bonnie braes where the sun shines bright...

 Name the song.
 19. Who did Flora McDonald row over the sea to Skye?
 20. Which 2 clans were involved in the Glencoe Massacre?


This is awesome Lady Ann

Thank you sending love ♥️♥️♥️

Title: Re: Quiz
Post by: Divine Metamorphoses on September 13, 2018, 02:27:27 pm
My answers are few.

1. Dirk is a dagger
3. Massacre of Glen Coe
4. 1706/ 1707
6. Haggis....my cousin had it at his wedding.
Liver and calfís inereds wrapped by the stomach.

They used the bag pipes and completed a ceremony before it was consumed.
Iím vegetarian.

7 LOVE shortbread. Main ingredients
Coarse sugar ( forget the name) butter and flour

( I love a touch of vanilla. )
Donít knead it too much.

Dougie Maclean for Auld Lang Syne

Thatís all I know.

Carnegie. Is that the same one who built Carnegie Hall In New York?

Great stuff here Lady Ann

Sending Love ❤️
Title: Re: Quiz
Post by: guest256 on September 17, 2018, 11:19:55 am
My answers are few.

1. Dirk is a dagger
3. Massacre of Glen Coe
4. 1706/ 1707
6. Haggis....my cousin had it at his wedding.
Liver and calfís inereds wrapped by the stomach.

They used the bag pipes and completed a ceremony before it was consumed.
Iím vegetarian.

7 LOVE shortbread. Main ingredients
Coarse sugar ( forget the name) butter and flour

( I love a touch of vanilla. )
Donít knead it too much.

Dougie Maclean for Auld Lang Syne

Thatís all I know.

Carnegie. Is that the same one who built Carnegie Hall In New York?

Great stuff here Lady Ann

Sending Love ❤️

I'll be generous with you & give you 4 as I'll let you off for the haggis 1 I'll tell you why when I give you the answers.

It is. He was a famous oil tycoon.

I'm glad you like it, Lady Divine.

Lots of love.

Ann
Title: Re: Quiz
Post by: guest256 on September 17, 2018, 11:21:40 am
I decided to set this 1 on Scotland. I will set an English 1 next.

1. What's a dirk?
 2. What's a skiandhu?
 3. What happened @ 5 am on 13/2/1692?
 4. What year was the act of union signed?
 5. What does slainte mhath mean?
 6. What is haggis?
 7. What 3 ingredients do you need to make shortbread?
 8. What's a pibroch?
 9. Who wrote Auld Lang Syne?
 10. Name the following poem/prayer?

 Some hae meat but cannae eat.
 Others no hae but can eat it.
 But we hae meat & we can eat
 So bless the lord & thankit.

 11. Which dog got the freedom of the City of Edinburgh after poor children put together to buy him a license?
 12. Who designed Edinburgh new town?
 13. What were the Adam Brothers famous for?
 14. Lister who invented anti-septic surgery studied at what Scottish university?
 15. What city is known as the granite city?
 16. In what month does the Edinburgh tattoo & festival take place?
 17. What did Andrew Carnegie fund in Scotland?
 18. A famous song starts with the following words.

 By yon Bonnie banks & by yon Bonnie braes where the sun shines bright...

 Name the song.
 19. Who did Flora McDonald row over the sea to Skye?
 20. Which 2 clans were involved in the Glencoe Massacre?


This is awesome Lady Ann

Thank you sending love ♥️♥️♥️

I'm glad you like it, Lady Divine.

You're welcome.
Title: Re: Quiz
Post by: guest256 on September 17, 2018, 11:29:08 am
The answers

1. A dagger found in the jacket pocket of a fully dressed highlander in traditional dress
2. A knife found in the sock of a fully dressed highlander in traditional dress
3. The Glencoe Massacre
4. 1707
5. Good health. Normally said as a toast.
6. A stuffed sheep's stomach.
7. Sugar, butter & flour.
8. Bagpipes
9. Robert Burns
10. The Selkirk Grace
11. Greyfriar's Bobby
12. Robert Adam
13. Architecture
14. Glasgow
15. Aberdeen
16. August
17. Hospitals & libraries
18. Loch Lomond
19. Bonny Prince Charlie
20. Campbell's & McDonald's.
Title: Re: Quiz
Post by: Divine Metamorphoses on September 25, 2018, 10:42:16 pm
Thank you so much Lady Ann ♥️
Title: Re: Quiz
Post by: guest256 on September 26, 2018, 02:40:00 pm
Thank you so much Lady Ann ♥️
You're welcome, Lady Divine.

I just remembered. I owe you an English 1.

1. Who wrote the Canterbury Tales?
2. What are Pontefract cakes made of?
3. What type of horses are Suffolk punches & Shires?
4. What modern town was known as Lagentium in Roman times?
5. What modern town was known as Jorvik in Viking times?
6. What modern town was known as Aqua Sulis in Roman times?
7. Who was famous for writing plays & sonnets?
8. What accompanies Yorkshire puddings most often?
9. Who designed St. Paul's Cathedral after the Great Fire of London destroyed the original?
10. Where did the great fire of London start?
Title: Re: Quiz
Post by: Divine Metamorphoses on September 26, 2018, 11:28:55 pm
Amazing Lady Ann
I will be back soon to interact with your quiz!

Thank you
Thank you
Thank
You! ♥️♥️♥️
Title: Re: Quiz
Post by: guest256 on September 27, 2018, 03:49:08 am
Amazing Lady Ann
I will be back soon to interact with your quiz!

Thank you
Thank you
Thank
You! ♥️♥️♥️
You're welcome, Lady Divine. Enjoy!
Title: Re: Quiz
Post by: Divine Metamorphoses on October 12, 2018, 05:49:35 pm
Lady Ann
I had a few answers. Will be back later
Great fire of London of 1666 in September.

Back soon

Much love ♥️♥️
Title: Re: Quiz
Post by: Divine Metamorphoses on October 13, 2018, 11:37:20 am
1. Geoffrey Chaucer
2. Licorice
7. Shakespeare
9. Sir Christopher Wren
10 Great fire of London 1666 September 2 to 5

Thank you Lady Ann 💖
Title: Re: Quiz
Post by: guest256 on October 13, 2018, 01:15:59 pm
1. Geoffrey Chaucer
2. Licorice
7. Shakespeare
9. Sir Christopher Wren
10 Great fire of London 1666 September 2 to 5

Thank you Lady Ann 💖
The answers are
1. Geoffrey Chaucer which you got correct
2. Liquorice which you also got right
3. Heavy working horses
4. Castleford
5. York
6. Bath
7. William Shakespeare which you got right.
8. Roast beef
9. Sir Christopher Wren which you got right.
10. I asked where so the answer is pudding lane.
Title: Re: Quiz
Post by: Divine Metamorphoses on October 17, 2018, 03:02:13 am
1. Geoffrey Chaucer
2. Licorice
7. Shakespeare
9. Sir Christopher Wren
10 Great fire of London 1666 September 2 to 5

Thank you Lady Ann 💖
The answers are
1. Geoffrey Chaucer which you got correct
2. Liquorice which you also got right
3. Heavy working horses
4. Castleford
5. York
6. Bath
7. William Shakespeare which you got right.
8. Roast beef
9. Sir Christopher Wren which you got right.
10. I asked where so the answer is pudding lane.

Thank you so very much Lady Ann

Had fun. 💖💖
Title: Re: Quiz
Post by: guest256 on October 17, 2018, 07:45:29 am
You're welcome, Lady Divine. I'll set a history 1 next.
Title: Re: Quiz
Post by: guest256 on October 17, 2018, 07:51:19 am
1.What did Barnes-Wallace invent?
2.Who is the main character of the film "Reach for the sky"?
3.What date did Britain enter W.W.2?
4.Who declared that Britain was now at war with Germany in 1939?
5.What was Winston Churchill's middle name?
6.What nationality was Frieze-Green?
7.Who designed Edinburgh New Town?
8.What did Charles Rennie McIntosh design & make?
9.Where was Charles Rennie McIntosh from?
10.What was Glasgow famous for?
11.Which famous explorer is America named after?
12.Davy Crockett was a famous:-
13.(a) Native American
 (b) Mountain Man
 (c) Cowboy
 (d) Homesteader?

 14.Who was the Native American chief whose army fought against General Custer at the Battle of Little Bighorn?
 15. What nationality were the politicians, David Lloyd George, Nye Bevan & Aneurin Bevin?
 16. Who brought Protestantism into England?
 17. Who brought Protestantism into Scotland?
 18. Who was the Aztec emperor at the time when the Conquistadors conquered Mexico?
 19. During which century did the French Revolution take place?
 20. Who was Asclepios?
Title: Re: Quiz
Post by: Divine Metamorphoses on October 20, 2018, 10:52:54 pm
Lady Ann....come back!!!!!!
Title: Re: Quiz
Post by: Divine Metamorphoses on August 01, 2019, 12:47:16 am
When you have a chance

Would love a quiz

Lady Ann. You expand my cranium.

💜❤💜😘💜
Title: Re: Quiz
Post by: Horsa on August 01, 2019, 01:36:46 am
O.K. Lady Divine. I will.
Title: Re: Quiz
Post by: Divine Metamorphoses on August 12, 2019, 12:05:35 am
O.K. Lady Divine. I will.


Awesome. !!!!
Title: Re: Quiz
Post by: Horsa on September 24, 2019, 10:48:34 am
I've got 1 on music this time. You may find it easy.

1. Who was nick-named "The King of Skiffle"? For an extra point name his band.
2. Who sang a song about an artist?
3. Don McLean's "American pie" refers to the "Day the music died" which was how he referred to the day 3 singers died in a plane crash. Who were they?
4. Who was known as "The King of Rock & Roll"?
5. Who is the most well-known Motown singer?
6. What is a crescendo?
7. What is a diminuendo?
8. If you're singing a song acapella, how are you singing it?
9. Who is the most well-known Reggae singer?
10. Which song contains the line, "He bought you a race-horse for Xmas"?
Title: Re: Quiz
Post by: Divine Metamorphoses on September 28, 2019, 12:00:57 am
I've got 1 on music this time. You may find it easy.

1. Who was nick-named "The King of Skiffle"? For an extra point name his band.
2. Who sang a song about an artist?
3. Don McLean's "American pie" refers to the "Day the music died" which was how he referred to the day 3 singers died in a plane crash. Who were they?
4. Who was known as "The King of Rock & Roll"?
5. Who is the most well-known Motown singer?
6. What is a crescendo?
7. What is a diminuendo?
8. If you're singing a song acapella, how are you singing it?
9. Who is the most well-known Reggae singer?
10. Which song contains the line, "He bought you a race-horse for Xmas"?


Yeah! LADY Ann.  Fun stuff...I love music

1. Lonnie Donegan...skiffle is the band?
2. A song about an artist, meaning another singer?
3.Holly, Richie and Valens died Feb 3, 1959.
4. King of Rock + Roll is Elvis. He died August 16, 1977 Queen of Soul died August 16, 2018. Huge joke for me. My birthday is August 16. Profound that these greats passed on the date .
5. Motown male or female?
6. Music slowly increases, it is the highest point.
7. Dimineundo... diminutive...small point?
8. Acapella... singing with no music...
9. No woman, no cry Marley...
10. I don't know


These were fun!!!!

Thank you!!!!!!💜❤💜❤💓
Title: Re: Quiz
Post by: Horsa on September 28, 2019, 11:38:43 am
I've got 1 on music this time. You may find it easy.

1. Who was nick-named "The King of Skiffle"? For an extra point name his band.
2. Who sang a song about an artist?
3. Don McLean's "American pie" refers to the "Day the music died" which was how he referred to the day 3 singers died in a plane crash. Who were they?
4. Who was known as "The King of Rock & Roll"?
5. Who is the most well-known Motown singer?
6. What is a crescendo?
7. What is a diminuendo?
8. If you're singing a song acapella, how are you singing it?
9. Who is the most well-known Reggae singer?
10. Which song contains the line, "He bought you a race-horse for Xmas"?


Yeah! LADY Ann.  Fun stuff...I love music

1. Lonnie Donegan...skiffle is the band?
2. A song about an artist, meaning another singer?
3.Holly, Richie and Valens died Feb 3, 1959.
4. King of Rock + Roll is Elvis. He died August 16, 1977 Queen of Soul died August 16, 2018. Huge joke for me. My birthday is August 16. Profound that these greats passed on the date .
5. Motown male or female?
6. Music slowly increases, it is the highest point.
7. Dimineundo... diminutive...small point?
8. Acapella... singing with no music...
9. No woman, no cry Marley...
10. I don't know


These were fun!!!!

Thank you!!!!!!💜❤💜❤💓

1. Correct. His band were called Lonnie Donegan's skiffle group.
2. No, a painter.
3. 2 correct. The 3rd 1 was the Big Bopper.
4. Correct
5. Female
6. Correct.
7. The opposite of 6. It starts at a climax & gradually gets quieter until it fades.
8. Correct.
9. Bob Marley was the correct answer.

I'll give you a go with the ones you needed clarification on before revealing the rest of the answers. You did well there & I'm glad you had fun.

Title: Re: Quiz
Post by: Divine Metamorphoses on September 30, 2019, 08:43:37 pm
I've got 1 on music this time. You may find it easy.

1. Who was nick-named "The King of Skiffle"? For an extra point name his band.
2. Who sang a song about an artist?
3. Don McLean's "American pie" refers to the "Day the music died" which was how he referred to the day 3 singers died in a plane crash. Who were they?
4. Who was known as "The King of Rock & Roll"?
5. Who is the most well-known Motown singer?
6. What is a crescendo?
7. What is a diminuendo?
8. If you're singing a song acapella, how are you singing it?
9. Who is the most well-known Reggae singer?
10. Which song contains the line, "He bought you a race-horse for Xmas"?


Yeah! LADY Ann.  Fun stuff...I love music

1. Lonnie Donegan...skiffle is the band?
2. A song about an artist, meaning another singer?
3.Holly, Richie and Valens died Feb 3, 1959.
4. King of Rock + Roll is Elvis. He died August 16, 1977 Queen of Soul died August 16, 2018. Huge joke for me. My birthday is August 16. Profound that these greats passed on the date .
5. Motown male or female?
6. Music slowly increases, it is the highest point.
7. Dimineundo... diminutive...small point?
8. Acapella... singing with no music...
9. No woman, no cry Marley...
10. I don't know


These were fun!!!!

Thank you!!!!!!💜❤💜❤💓

1. Correct. His band were called Lonnie Donegan's skiffle group.
2. No, a painter.
3. 2 correct. The 3rd 1 was the Big Bopper.
4. Correct
5. Female
6. Correct.
7. The opposite of 6. It starts at a climax & gradually gets quieter until it fades.
8. Correct.
9. Bob Marley was the correct answer.

I'll give you a go with the ones you needed clarification on before revealing the rest of the answers. You did well there & I'm glad you had fun.




Mona Lisa, Mona Lisa Men have named you....Nat King Cole
Queen of Soul, passed away august 16 2018. ARETHA FRANKLIN....or is it Diana Ross another legend.

Is 10. BING Crosby....a guess

I had sooooo much fun. Thank You Lady Ann ❤💜
Title: Re: Quiz
Post by: Horsa on October 01, 2019, 02:50:20 am
I've got 1 on music this time. You may find it easy.

1. Who was nick-named "The King of Skiffle"? For an extra point name his band.
2. Who sang a song about an artist?
3. Don McLean's "American pie" refers to the "Day the music died" which was how he referred to the day 3 singers died in a plane crash. Who were they?
4. Who was known as "The King of Rock & Roll"?
5. Who is the most well-known Motown singer?
6. What is a crescendo?
7. What is a diminuendo?
8. If you're singing a song acapella, how are you singing it?
9. Who is the most well-known Reggae singer?
10. Which song contains the line, "He bought you a race-horse for Xmas"?


Yeah! LADY Ann.  Fun stuff...I love music

1. Lonnie Donegan...skiffle is the band?
2. A song about an artist, meaning another singer?
3.Holly, Richie and Valens died Feb 3, 1959.
4. King of Rock + Roll is Elvis. He died August 16, 1977 Queen of Soul died August 16, 2018. Huge joke for me. My birthday is August 16. Profound that these greats passed on the date .
5. Motown male or female?
6. Music slowly increases, it is the highest point.
7. Dimineundo... diminutive...small point?
8. Acapella... singing with no music...
9. No woman, no cry Marley...
10. I don't know


These were fun!!!!

Thank you!!!!!!💜❤💜❤💓

1. Correct. His band were called Lonnie Donegan's skiffle group.
2. No, a painter.
3. 2 correct. The 3rd 1 was the Big Bopper.
4. Correct
5. Female
6. Correct.
7. The opposite of 6. It starts at a climax & gradually gets quieter until it fades.
8. Correct.
9. Bob Marley was the correct answer.

I'll give you a go with the ones you needed clarification on before revealing the rest of the answers. You did well there & I'm glad you had fun.




Mona Lisa, Mona Lisa Men have named you....Nat King Cole
Queen of Soul, passed away august 16 2018. ARETHA FRANKLIN....or is it Diana Ross another legend.

Is 10. BING Crosby....a guess

I had sooooo much fun. Thank You Lady Ann ❤💜
I was talking about the painter himself so the answer was Vincent by Don McLean which was about Van Gogh.
https://youtu.be/oxHnRfhDmrk
The answer is Diana Ross.
No.
I'm glad you had fun.
You're welcome, Lady Divine. I will now give your scores & the answers.
Title: Re: Quiz
Post by: Horsa on October 01, 2019, 02:59:04 am
You got 8 as I gave separate points for the 3 singers killed in that plane crash.
1. Lonnie Donegan & his skiffle group.
2. Don McLean
3. Buddy Holly, Richie Valens & the Big Bopper
4. Elvis Presley
5. Diana Ross
6. A song that starts quiet & gradually gets louder until it reaches a climax
7. The opposite. A song that starts very loud & gradually gets quieter until it fades.
8. Without music.
9. Bob Marley
10. Where do you go to my lovely? The line is from the verse which goes "Your name is heard in high places.
You know the Aga Khan.
He bought you a race-horse for Xmas.
& you kept it just for fun, for a laugh, a-ha-ha-ha."
Here's the song so you can see for yourself.

https://youtu.be/L8XQZYIiNgo


Title: Re: Quiz
Post by: Divine Metamorphoses on October 01, 2019, 04:17:08 pm
You got 8 as I gave separate points for the 3 singers killed in that plane crash.
1. Lonnie Donegan & his skiffle group.
2. Don McLean
3. Buddy Holly, Richie Valens & the Big Bopper
4. Elvis Presley
5. Diana Ross
6. A song that starts quiet & gradually gets louder until it reaches a climax
7. The opposite. A song that starts very loud & gradually gets quieter until it fades.
8. Without music.
9. Bob Marley
10. Where do you go to my lovely? The line is from the verse which goes "Your name is heard in high places.
You know the Aga Khan.
He bought you a race-horse for Xmas.
& you kept it just for fun, for a laugh, a-ha-ha-ha."
Here's the song so you can see for yourself.

https://youtu.be/L8XQZYIiNgo





What a nice song, never heard it. Nostalgic and sweet.

Thank you for sharing. 

I really enjoyed this, thank you again Lady Ann 💜💜
Title: Re: Quiz
Post by: Horsa on October 02, 2019, 02:29:41 am
You got 8 as I gave separate points for the 3 singers killed in that plane crash.
1. Lonnie Donegan & his skiffle group.
2. Don McLean
3. Buddy Holly, Richie Valens & the Big Bopper
4. Elvis Presley
5. Diana Ross
6. A song that starts quiet & gradually gets louder until it reaches a climax
7. The opposite. A song that starts very loud & gradually gets quieter until it fades.
8. Without music.
9. Bob Marley
10. Where do you go to my lovely? The line is from the verse which goes "Your name is heard in high places.
You know the Aga Khan.
He bought you a race-horse for Xmas.
& you kept it just for fun, for a laugh, a-ha-ha-ha."
Here's the song so you can see for yourself.

https://youtu.be/L8XQZYIiNgo





What a nice song, never heard it. Nostalgic and sweet.

Thank you for sharing. 

I really enjoyed this, thank you again Lady Ann 💜💜
I'm glad you like it.

You're welcome, Lady Divine. It's 1 of my favourites.
Title: Re: Quiz
Post by: Divine Metamorphoses on October 03, 2019, 07:47:16 pm
When you have time...lets do another!

Love and hugs 🤗💜💜