Answer: Samuel Coleridge-Taylor
"Hiawatha's Wedding Feast" is the first and best-known part of Samuel Coleridge-Taylor's trilogy "the Song of Hiawatha" (1900). "Hiawatha's Wedding Feast" in particular was well received, with Coleridge-Taylor being paid to write its sequel before the work was even heard in public.
Answer: Jennifer Lopez
Before she was an accomplished singer or actress, Jennifer Lopez was actually a dancer on the Wayans Brothers' television program In Living Color during the early 1990's.
Selling over six-million copies, Queen's 1981 "Greatest Hits" album is the top seller in UK history.
Answer: 19th Century
When Antoine-Joseph "Adolphe" Sax invented the saxophone in the mid 19th century, he intended it to be used for both orchestral and military purposes. And while it never took off as a mainstay orchestra instrument, the saxophone has been utilized regularly during the classical muiscal period in general.
Answer: Bruce Springsteen
Bruce Springsteen's 1984 classic Born in the U.S.A. was the first music CD sold commercially in American history.
Liberace established the museum in his own honor during 1979 in Paradise, Nevada. Since its inception, the Liberace Museum Collection has always been in Nevada - first in the town of Paradise and later in 2015 moved to one of Michael Jackson's former houses in Las Vegas.
Answer: Aircraft Pilots
The term foo fighter was actually used to describe unexplained aerial phenomenon, which they sometimes thought were secret Axis weapons, by Allied aircraft pilots during World War II.
Sade Adu hails from the city of Ibadan, located in the West African country of Nigeria.
Answer: Kelly Clarkson
Johann Sebastian Bach, Ludwig van Beethoven and Johannes Brahms are three of the most influential musicians in Western history and as such, are credited with putting their mutual home country, Germany, "on the musical map".
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