1-When the work’s all done and the sun’s settin’ low … John Denver sang he pulls this out.
2-Talk persistently on a specific topic OR angelic instrument. 😊
3-Instrument preferred by Johnny B. Goode.
4-The “obscure romantic instrument in the hands of a Spanish nobleman”—or just think gondolier. BTW—Rod Stewart sang about it too.
5-Instrument played by Tom Hanks (very early movie role) and Itzhak Perlman.
6-Mama sang tenor but Daddy sang this—per Johnny Cash.
7-Israel Kamakawiwo’ole’s instrument … you know—“Somewhere Over the Rainbow.”
8-Trapezoidal shape, played with light hammers held in the hands. Two answers could be both right.
9-Yo! It’s Mr. Ma’s instrument of choice.
10-What they were playing in the kitchen with Dinah.
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Answers to last week’s “COME BLOW YOUR HORN” Trivia:
1-Seventy six of them led the big parade. Trombone
2-Used on important Jewish occasions, made from animal horns. Shofar
3-Warns ships in dense mists. Foghorn
4-Heard when time shall be no more, when the saved of earth gather over on the other shore. Trumpet (of the Lord) … go to your hymnal!
5-Instrument used as basis for “fat little” character that sets out to find a melody all his own. Tuba (Tubby)
6-Made of brightly-colored plastic, its monotone note often heard at sporting events in South Africa. Vuvuzela
8-Help for easing heel into foot container. Shoehorn
9-What the boogie woogie boy from Company B played. Bugle
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 J. Saxophone