Anagram quiz.

Discussion in 'Off-Topic Chat' started by Dave Payn, Jan 14, 2004.

  1. Dave Payn

    Dave Payn Active Member

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    Just for fun. Anagrams of brass band test piece or original piece composers over the years. See if you can solve them.

    Blanking cat lover (9, 7)

    Great hamper (5, 6)

    Grand sewer-dog (6, 7)

    Try marine bell (6, 7)

    A lewd regard (6, 5)

    Join Handler (4, 7)

    O dear! Learning Satanist! (8, 7-6)

    Farmer cannot rob (6, 9)

    Worth her gala (5, 7)

    Is rude ego broke? (5, 9)

    Lech-free crypt (5, 8 )

    Weird things (5, 6)
     
  2. wewizrobbed

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    great hamper - peter graham

    eh..now I'm stuck! :cry:
     
  3. Dave Payn

    Dave Payn Active Member

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    Correct so far!
     
  4. The Cornet King

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    Is...O dear! Learning Satanist

    Torstein Aagard Nilsen??
     
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    Weird things - Denis Wright
     
  6. Roger Thorne

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    Blanking cat lover - GRANVILLE BANTOK (Prometheus Unbound)

    Weired things - DENIS WRIGHT

    :wink:
     
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    Join handler - John Ireland
     
  8. The Cornet King

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    Lech-free crypt - Percy Fletcher
     
  9. MoominDave

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    Lech-free crypt - Percy Fletcher
     
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    A lewd regard - Edward Elgar
     
  11. MoominDave

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    Grand sewer-dog - Edward Gregson
     
  12. Accidental

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    Is rude ego broke? - Derek Bourgeois

    (fiendish Dave! :lol: )
     
  13. MoominDave

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    Farmer cannot rob - Robert MacFarnon? Who he?
     
  14. Accidental

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    Try marine bell - Martin Ellerby
     
  15. Dave Payn

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    So, well done so far folks; remaining anagrams left:

    Try marine bell

    Farmer cannot rob

    Worth her gala

    Good luck! Next anagram set will be national test pieces from the last 50 years! (or perhaps more....)
     
  16. Accidental

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    Worth her gala - Elgar Howarth

    (I got Robert MacFarnon too - d'oh!!)
     
  17. Dave Payn

    Dave Payn Active Member

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    Alex get there just before me. Try marine bell is indeed, Martin Ellerby.
     
  18. wewizrobbed

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    try marine bell - martin ellerby :D

    och too slow
     
  19. MoominDave

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    Worth her gala - Elgar Howarth

    Too late!!!!

    More please, Sir...
     
  20. Dave Payn

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    Alex is just getting too quick! Worth her gala - Elgar Howarth.

    As for Robert MacFarnon. Nope. Here's a (biggish) clue. Salvation Army.
     
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