1-Seventy six of them led the big parade.
2-Used on important Jewish occasions, made from animal horns.
3-Warns ships in dense mists.
4-Heard when time shall be no more, when the saved of earth gather over on the other shore.
5-Instrument used as basis for “fat little” character that sets out to find a melody all his own.
6-Made of brightly-colored plastic, its monotone note often heard at sporting events in South Africa.
8-Help for easing heel into foot container.
9-What the boogie woogie boy from Company B played.
10-Instrument used by Dave Koz; Mindi Abair; Richard Elliot; Eric Marienthal; Gerald Albright; Steve Cole; Euge Groove; Jeff Kashiwa; Najee; Tom Scott; Kirk Whalum; Marion Meadows; Kenny G; Candy Dulfer; Walter Beasley; Warren Hill; Boney James; Jessy J; Jackiem Joyner … all of whom I am thrilled to have seen play in concert 😊.
Email your answers for this week’s game to Peg@ambaa.com.
Answers to last week’s “SIT DOWN!” Trivia:
1-Favored by JFK and Cracker Barrel Restaurants Rocking Chair
2-Seen on Hollywood sets Director’s Chair
3-Baby’s seat at the table High Chair
4-The lead musician in each group of instruments, violin being tops typically First Chair
5-Popular option for temporary seating Folding Chair
6-Designed for those who are no longer mobile due to injury or illness or disability Wheelchair
7-Often toted to kids’ sports events and picnics Lawn Chair or Beach Chair
8-Popular kids’ game involving music and limited seating Musical Chairs
9-Possible final seat for convicted criminal Electric Chair
10-Named for NY region where these are often found lakeside Adirondack Chair