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Test Your Knowledge

How much do you know about Freemasonry?

1.

Mozart joined Freemasonry in 1784 at "Zur Wohltatigkeit" Lodge. What is the meaning of this lodge's name?

 To Brotherhood
 To Glory
 To Charity
 To Equality
2.

Mozart's first Masonic Song was called

 The Magic Flute
 The Blue Danube
 O Holly Band
 Non piu Andrai
3.

In response to the decline in Freemasonry, Mozart founded a secret society named

 The Illuminati
 The Assassins
 The Eagles
 The Grotto
4.

Which other composer joined Mozart's Lodge "Zur Wohltatigkeit"?

 Ludwig Van Beethoven
 Franz Joseph Hayden
 Frederic Chopin
 William Gilbert
5.

Which of Beethoven's seventh quartets contains the following superscription: "A weeping willow or an acacia over the grave of my brother"?

 Fur Elise
 Sprig of Acacia
 Symphony No. 9
 Fidelio
6.

The British Composer Sir Arthur Seymour Sullivan was made a Mason in 1885 at

 Harmony Lodge No. 255
 Liberty King
 Fritz Lodge No. 308
 Clifton Lodge No. 203
7.

A fervent patriot, Brother John Philip Soussa, composer of "The Stars and Stripes Forever," was known as the

 King of Music
 First American
 Liberty King
 March King
8.

Having received 7 Grammy awards among his many honors, which Canadian composer was a Freemason?

 Gordon Lightfoot
 Bryan Adams
 Leonard Cohen
 Oscar Peterson
9.

Which of the following Jazz musicians wrote in his biography that he was a Freemason?

 Gordon Lightfoot
 Duke Ellington
 Meredith Wilson
 Lois Armstrong
10.

Which British Musician became a Freemason as a result of how Freemasons took care of his family after his father's death?

 Phil Collins
 George Michael
 Rod Stewart
 Rick Wakerman
11.

Which Lodge under the UGLE is composed predominantly of musicians?

 Entertainment No. 22
 Mozart No. 85
 Chelsea No. 3098
 Do Re Mi No. 3
12.

Lodges have historically used which instrument in ritual and procession events?

 Violin
 Flute
 Organ
 Guitar
13.

Which Brother Mason composed the "National Emblem" March?

 Irving Berlin
 George M. Cohan
 John Philip Soussa
 Edward E. Bagley
14.

Which Brother Mason composed "God Bless America," which was first performed in 1938?

 George M. Cohan
 Irving Berlin
 Edward E. Bagely
 Jean Sebelius
15.

A regular holiday song to this day in America, which Brother Mason composed "Happy Holidays"

 Karl L. King
 Irving Berlin
 Duke Ellington
 Jean Sebelius
16.

Known before World War I as "the man who owned Broadway," which composer was a Freemason?

 George M. Cohan
 Irving Berlin
 Sam H. Harris
 Karl L. King
17.

Which of the following composers was a lifetime Scottish Rite Mason in the NMJ?

 Edward E. Bagely
 Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
 George M. Cohan
 John Philip Soussa
18.

Serving as A Major General in the United States Army from 1861-1870, which Freemason composed "Taps"?

 James A. Garfield
 Daniel A. Butterfield
 William T. Sherman
 Ulysses S. Grant
19.

Nat King Cole and his friend Lee Young joined this lodge formed by Musicians Local 767 under PHA of California

 Sunset No. 26
 Ujima No. 35
 Thomas Waller No. 49
 Cornerstone No. 111
20.

Brother William "Count" Basie was a

 All answers are correct
 Pianist
 Bandleader
 Organist

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