And, the 4th question in the Paschimi Shastreeya Sangeet theme week
A, is the first opera by B.
A is loosely based on the various facets of life of an über-famous 19th-20th century icon – X.
a popular ‘cola-wars’ ad, shows X in a dilemma over which beverage is to be chosen, as one of the tracks from A is playing in the background.
B is a very prominent 20th century composer, still very much alive, known for a style of composing, which involves repeating a small amount of music over and over and over and, well you get the point.
Give me B, and A.
Cracked by panda and Chandrakant
A slightly funny question for today.
X was this communisty personality, a major tycoon, art collector, a philanthropist, and as was the norm of commies in U.S those days – a spy.
The 2nd picture is the logo of a company Y from the U.S of A, in which X served on the board for a while.
There’s a speculation about a strong connection of this logo to X. [ citation needed 🙂 ],
but X actually owes it to the strong communist leanings of his dad.
For those regular readers, I’d add that Y’s “monkey business” wares ‘ T’, sell the most in the U.S of A, which is very surprising since most people automatically assume it is ‘D’.
On similar lines of ‘Cola wars’, this fight between T and its competitors has a punny name, based on T.[ as seen on a popular online news magazine headline, sorry]
Name X and Y. [ and by that I mean, T and D are not necessary ]
Kindly note: This gentleman has enough matters about him to fuel atleast a dozen questions. I’m just putting one. Thank you.
Cracked completely by Chandrakant ( nice work ),
and lazily by v0g0n, srikanthnv and Thejas VR.