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Music by Letter - L

Identify these musical things that start with the letter L.
The previous quiz in this series can be found here (Quiz K)
Quiz by kiwirage
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First submittedMarch 1, 2017
Last updatedSeptember 17, 2018
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Renaissance guitar
Lute
Hometown of the Beatles
Liverpool
Jazz trumpeter Armstrong
Louis
Words of a song
Lyrics
Beethoven's first name
Ludwig
Instrument played by Apollo,
Nero, and King David
Lyre
Song by the Doors: "_____ My Fire"
Light
Slow, broad tempo; opposite of presto
Largo
Text of an opera
Libretto
Cohen or Bernstein, e.g.
Leonard
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Child's cradle song
Lullaby
New Zealand singer of "Royals" fame
Lorde
"Eurythmics" singer Annie
Lennox
Word before Gaga or Antebellum
Lady
One of the Gallagher brothers of "Oasis"
Liam
Hungarian pianist who drove women
mad in the 19th century
Liszt
German city where Bach died
Leipzig
Operatic tenor Pavarotti's first name
Luciano
Album by the Clash: "______ Calling"
London
Word before shack, story, or yourself
Love
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level 67
Aug 21, 2018
20/20 for 0 points ........ that's what I call a hard quiz!
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level 82
Aug 22, 2018
Pianist. L. Liberace?
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level 76
Aug 22, 2018
Thought of him, too. But he was 20th century...
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level 62
Aug 22, 2018
and not Hungarian.
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level 79
Aug 22, 2018
And didn't have that much of an effect on women.
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level 73
Aug 25, 2018
His audience was made up mostly of a lot of old women who were nuts about him. Never understood that. And they never figured out he was gay. How they missed that is a complete mystery.
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level 67
Aug 22, 2018
I believe the term for a slow tempo is lento not largo. Largo means 'broad'.
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level 62
Aug 22, 2018
Thanks. This has been fixed.
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level 61
Aug 22, 2018
Lento and largo can both be interpreted as meaning slow, speaking broadly.
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level 59
Aug 22, 2018
Please do accept LENTO for slow tempo ... Go ahead ----> look it up anywhere ... LENTO means "Slowly" (Whereas LARGO may mean the same thing but they should BOTH be accepted) Here's the comparison: Largo – broadly (40–60 bpm) Lento – slowly (45–60 bpm) Larghetto – rather broadly (60–66 bpm) ... Adagietto – slower than andante (72–76 bpm) or slightly faster than adagio (70–80 bpm) Thank-you!!
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level 70
Aug 22, 2018
Yes, lento would have given me the full 20/20.
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level 80
Aug 23, 2018
Agreed.
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level 53
Sep 22, 2018
I got stuck with legato
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level 76
Dec 9, 2018
Another good quiz from you.