First Friday Fizz Quiz - June 2015

Here's our second iteration of the First Friday Fizz Quiz.  To make it a little easier to respond, we've decided to provide this handy form.  

 

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This American composer and conductor was the long time music director of the New York Philharmonic. He conducted 53 Young People’s Concerts, which were broadcast on CBS and believed strongly that the arts can strengthen learning. As a composer, he created music for “On the Waterfront” and “West Side Story,” among many other works. Who is he?
This brass instrument is one of the oldest classical orchestral instruments still in use today, with some of the earliest documented mentions in 1468 and 1488. The name of this instrument in Italian means “large trumpet.” Using a mute, it also plays the voice of the teacher in Charlie Brown cartoons. What is it?
This famous musical, with lyrics by Stephen Sondheim, opened on Broadway at the Winter Garden Theater in September of 1957. It later went on to be a movie. What is it?
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Quiz Rules:

1   The winner will be chosen at random from those that submit correct answers.

2   The winner will be notified via Maestro's On Air Podcast and via email.

3   Winner will receive two free flex tickets to any one Space Coast Symphony Orchestra concert.
   (To be picked up at the door.)

 

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