1. Who stumped poor Charlie Brown by whistling the last half of the
tenth measure of Sinding's Op. 32, No. 3, and then asking Charlie
Brown to identify it?
[Schroeder] (The Wonderful World of Peanuts)
2. Who claimed that you've never heard "Rock of Ages" until you've
heard it sung by forty beagles?
[Snoopy] (Love and Kisses, Snoopy)
3. Who thought that her part in Ellen Taaffe Zwilich's "Peanuts
Gallery" should have been longer?
[Lucy] (It's a Big World, Charlie Brown, 3/16/97)
4. Who, at a performance of Ravel's "Concerto for Left Hand," suggested
that if the pianist were to use both hands, they would all get home
[Peppermint Patty] (It Doesn't Take Much to Attract a Crowd)
5. Who sang, "Here we all work 'long the Mississippi" while caddying
for Mrs. Bartley?
[Marcie] (Jogging Is In, Snoopy)
6. Who played "American Pie" over and over again on Snoopy's stereo,
driving Snoopy to distraction?
[Woodstock] (You've Come a Long Way, Snoopy)
7. Which Beagle Scout demonstrated fearlessness in the face of being
lost by singing, "Take Me Back to Tulsa"?
[Harriet] (Go For It, Charlie Brown)
8. What drinking song did Rerun sing in order to pass the time while
riding on the back of his mother's bicycle?
["A Hundred Bottles of Beer on the Wall"] (They're Playing Your Song, Charlie Brown)
9. How did Schroeder respond when Lucy challenged him with, "You think
Beethoven was great...well, what about Chopin, Bach, Mozart, Bloch,
Bartok, Berlioz, Bizet, Brahms, Delius, Debussy and Dvorak? What
about Elgar, Franck, Glinka, Grieg, Handel, Haydn, Humperdinck,
Liszt, Mahler, Mendelssohn, Ravel, Rachmaninoff, Schubert, Sibelius,
Tschaikowsky and Vivaldi?"
["They were great, too"] (You're Something Special, Snoopy)
10. What hymn did Olivier suggest was an appropriate response to Snoopy's
calling the roll?
["When the Roll is Called Up Yonder, I'll Be There"] (Don't Bet On It, Snoopy)