1. This musical instrument was invented by a Belgian man named Adolphe in 1846. It is commonly used in jazz as well as classical music. Primarily made of brass, it is usually played using the mouth. Popular with some military bands, Kenneth Gorelick is a famous musician who plays this instrument. Name the instrument.
2. His first name is Edward, and he is legendary in Australian history. Opinion about him is mixed – with some perceiving him as a dangerous criminal, while to others he is a hero. A professional bushranger, he was hanged to death in 1880. His grave is believed to have been found as recently as 2008. Who are we talking about?
3. His middle name was Adolphus, and he was the younger brother of Dick Turpin who was the first black to win a British boxing championship. Considered to be one of the greatest boxers from Europe in the 1940s, his win against Sugar Ray Robinson is considered to be the most famous. He committed suicide in 1966. Name the boxer.
4. It is known by the name ‘Aleph’, and it was an organization created by Shoko Asahara in 1984. They were responsible for carrying out the Sarin gas attack on the Tokyo subway, which killed 7 people and left hundreds injured. Their name is derived from a Sanskrit world meaning ‘universe’ and a Japanese word meaning ‘religion of truth’. Name the group.
5. A boxer from America, he was nicknamed ‘The Real Deal’ and is also an Olympic bronze medallist. He has been the World Heavyweight Champion 4 times and has defeated boxing legends such as George Foreman and Mike Tyson. He has appeared in ads for Coca Cola. Name the boxer.
2. Ned Kelly.
3. Randolph Turpin.
4. Aum Shinrikyo.
5. Evander Holyfield.