The Friday Brain-teaser from Credo Reference - this week: Keyboards. "This week's brainteaser is about punctuation: those dots, dashes and symbols which help to clarify written or printed material." Answers here.
1. Are the white keys at the front or the back of a modern keyboard?
2. Is a concertina usually bigger or smaller than an accordion?
3. The Moog synthesizer was developed by a man called Moog - true or false?
4. How is the air normally pumped in a harmonium?
5. What kind of piano did Harold Rhodes develop with Leo Fender?
6. What is a portative organ?
7. Add the correct keyboard instrument to this title of a composition by Bartók premiered in 1937: "Music for Strings, Percussion and..."
8. How are the strings of a harpsichord sounded?
9. The hydraulis was an early form of which keyboard instrument?
10. What are the keys of a carillon usually made of?