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Question number : 2
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How did Oliver Messiaen Spend his time in prison?
(A) He maintained the garden
(B) He spent his time in singing songs
(C) He wrote musical compositions
(D) He read storybooks

Question number : 3
Question number : 4
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Choose the correct name of a Messiaen from the options
Messiaen – a child Prodigy in Music
(A) Oliver Twist
(B) Olivia
(C) Olivier Eugene Prosper Charles
(D) Olivian Prospero

Question number : 5
Question number : 6
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Read the passage and select the correct statement :
” …. Music is not part of” arts and entertainment”
….. It is not a luxury, a lavish thing … ”
(A) Music is not essential
(B) Music is an entertainment
(C) Music is a pastime
(D) Music is indispensable

Question number : 7
Question number : 8
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The twin towers of the World Trade Centre in New York USA was attacked and destroyed on
(A) August 21, 2001
(B) September 11, 2001
(C) September 21, 2001
(D) August 11, 2001

Question number : 9
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“The U.S. Military secured the air space, but recovery was led by the arts and by music, in particular, that very night”
This extract is taken from the lesson ——
(A) Music, the Hope Raiser
(B) The Model Millionaire
(C) Making Visible the Invisible
(D) A Golden Path

Question number : 10
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Dr. Karl Paulnack assures that failure of peace for humankind lies in the hands of
(A) students
(B) statesmen
(C) artists
(D) religious leaders

Question number : 11
Question number : 12
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“As in the concentration camp and the evening of 9/11, the artistes are the ones who might be able to help us with our internal, invisible lives”.
Which are the two countries associated with concentration camp and 9/11 tragedy respectively?
Choose the right option from the following :
(A) Russia and Germany
(B) Germany and America
(B) Germany and Italy
(D) Iraq and America

Question number : 13
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At high school Paulnack scored good grades in——
(A) Science and Maths
(B) Science and Arts
(C) Science and Humanities
(D) Arts and Crafts

Question number : 14
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The first Asian composer to score a symphony for the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra is—–
(A) Naushad
(B) Ustad Bade Ali Khan
(C) A.R. Rehman
(D) Ilaiyaraaja

Question number : 15
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Paulnack was the director of the music division at——-
(A) The Boston Conservatory
(B) The Philharmonic Royal
(C) The France School of Arts
(D) The Manhattan Academy

Question number : 16
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Which one of the following statements is not related to the lesson “Music – The Hope Raiser”?
(A) Music is a basic need of human survival
(B) Music is one of the ways we make sense of our lives.
(C) Music is a luxury and lavish thing
(D) Music is not an extravaganza or a hobby

Question number : 17
Question number : 18
Question number : 19
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The first organized activity that I saw in New York, on the very evening of September 11th 2001 was singing.
The author here is trying to stress the point that
(A) Music is a part of “art and entertainment”
(B) Music is amusement
(C) Music is a past time
(D) Music is one of the ways in which we express feelings

Question number : 20
Question number : 21
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According to Greeks —— and —— were two sides to the same coin.
(A) Music and literature
(B) Music and dance
(C) Culture and music
(D) Music and astronomy

Question number : 22
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Music is not part of ‘arts and entertainment’ as the newspaper section would have us believe. It’s not a luxury, a lavish thing that we fund from leftovers of our budgets, not a play thing or an amusement or a past time. Music is a basic need of human survival. Music is one of the ways we make sense of our lives.
What is music according to Dr. Karl Paulrack?
(A) part of arts and entertainment
(B) is luxury and a lavish thing
(C) is the basic need of human survival
(D) is a play thing and an amusement

Question number : 23
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In ‘Music The Hope Raiser’ Dr. Karl Paulnack says:
“The Greeks said that music and astronomy were two sides of the same coin”.
‘Two sides of the same coin’ would mean.
(A) similar in every way
(B) similar in approach but different in aim
(C) opposite in every way
(D) none of the above

Question number : 24
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Match the following and write the correct answers from the codes given below.

Column A Column B
(a) The first organised public expression of grief. 1. Collapse of the Twin Towers
(b) Concentration camps 2. The Brahms Requiem
(c) September 11, 2001 3. Oliver Messiaen
(d) Quartet for the End of Time 4. The Nazi Germany

(a) (b) (c) (d)
(A) 2 3 4 1
(B) 4 2 1 3
(C) 2 4 1 3
(D) 3 1 2 4

Question number : 25
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Identify the statement which is not expressed by Dr. Karl Paulnack in his essay
“Music The Hope Raiser”
(A) Music is part of arts and entertainment
(B) Music is a basic need of human survival
(C) Music makes sense of our lives
(D) Music is a way for us to understand things with our hearts

Question number : 26
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According to Karl Paulnack the first organised public expression of grief after the at”tack in 2011 of September 11th was
(A) Public Meeting
(B) Prayer meeting
(C) Concert
(D) Peace rally

Question number : 27
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——- was the pianist and director of the music division at the Boston conservatory
(A) Messiaen
(B) Zubin mehta
(C) Dr. Karl Paulnack
(D) Ilayaraaja

Question number : 28
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Question number : 30
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The Twin Towers of the World Trade Centre, New York, USA were attacked and destroyed
(A) September 11, 2001
(B) September 01, 2011
(C) September 11, 2006
(D) September 11, 2003

Question number : 31
Question number : 32
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Why did art find a place, even in concentration camps?
(A) Music is a basic need of human survival
(B) Art is part of survival
(C) Music is a luxury and a lavish thing
(D) Art is wasting our time

Question number : 33
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How did Messiaen spend his time in prison?
(A) Composing music and playing music
(B) Telling story and writing
(C) Cutting the cloths
(D) Simply sitting and talking’

Question number : 34
Question number : 35