And the final question from the theme week. A sitter, I think. [ late night question, excuse the grammar]
Composer A made a very popular tune B to remember the fact that his nation’s troops defended against the warring forces.
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Band, C , released a monstrous song D, which is a tribute of sorts to B, because of its name, and a section of the guitaring being similar to B.
Oh, I’ve started, so I’ll finish.
There is the audio as well. Help yourselves. [reduce the volume a few notches]
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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.
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The 3rd question in the Weshtran Claashical Muzik and Operaa Theme week
A is/was a famous classical music composer at some really famous Philharmonics.
[ photo credits: Jack. If you see this, Thanks for an awesome pic and Sorry for lifting it off your site]
B is a much older creature. The maker of many a musical dramas, he’s particularly known for a certain ring, and a particularly ominous/climactic ride.
C is a famous jewish character from one of B’s librettos ( The title of the play features a town, rather infamous in the Natzi scheme of affairs ).
The ideal personification of a pedantic critic, is C.
So, if you mix A and C in equal proportions, you’d end up with the fictional character D, who apparently didn’t die of an current shock once, because he was such a poor conductor 🙂
If you give me A, B, C and D , I’ll assume that you know the libretto’s name.
Fair deal, eh?
Cracked by panda, and Chandrakant. Nice work fellas…
Shown is an album released sometime in the last century.
The band is said to have influenced many from the Thrash Metal, and black metal genres.
So, why in the name of Satan, is this posing as a western classical music question?
In short, name the album.
Cracked by Debasish, and Kamal Rathi.
Hear Ye, Hear Ye. The themed week here be.
From Monday, till the coming Friday, my questions will be loosely based on this topic right here.
. er, that is, western classical music and Operas.
Note: The questions are unconnected. [ i.e, no stage-2 ]
So, the first one in the series.
- A smurfy fan-art, but fairly accurate representation.
Some people would consider even that kerchief as a give-away, so no clues.
What was the popular name for this trio?
or for glory, identify them.
Cracked by Chandrakant, Capt. P J Vogon, and Hasan
Oh gaad, you people even got the accent marks right.
Such sharp Diacritics 🙂