Christmas Quizzes 2018–2019
Question of the Day : 29 December
The answers on this page are all about names within names. For a further
clue, you will find something very useful – a word hint –
in each question, picked out in bold, suggesting something you can Google or
otherwise investigate to get you started.
Late October 2006 saw PH perform in a town whose name (the
entire word, not an anagram of it) constitutes the first
five letters of the title of one of their most haunting
70s' tunes: name that elegy.
Pick out three Harum songs whose titles contain popular male
forenames that include the letters ‘o’ and ‘h’, adjacent, in
that order: solve this clue by selecting, from those three
song-titles, the one in which the male name is the same
length as the shorter forenames (found in the other two
song-titles) added together.
Unusually the full title of this Procol Harum song (recorded
by a line-up involving two Matthews) contains a forename and
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