Composed around 1720, this group of instrumental works was dedicated to a younger brother of Prussian King Frederick I
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CLUE: Composed around 1720, this group of instrumental works was dedicated to a younger brother of Prussian King Frederick I
ANSWER: Brandenburg Concertos
About Today’s Final Jeopardy – Tuesday, 4 July 2023
Around 1720, Johann Sebastian Bach composed the Brandenburg Concertos, a group of six instrumental pieces. This body of work was dedicated to Christian Ludwig, Margrave of Brandenburg-Schwedt, the younger sibling of King Frederick I of Prussia.
During the period these concertos were composed, Bach held the position of Kapellmeister (music director) at the court of Prince Leopold of Anhalt-Cöthen. Unlike the usual understanding of a “concerto” being a single solo instrument accompanied by an orchestra, each of Bach’s Brandenburg Concertos highlights a distinct ensemble of solo instruments, illustrating the breadth and depth of his musical repertoire.
Who Won Jeopardy Tonight? – Tuesday, 4 July 2023
Looking to find out who won Jeopardy tonight? Scroll down below to find out everyone’s final scores, as well as the scores after the Single Jeopardy and Double Jeopardy rounds!
Los Angeles, California
1 Day Winnings of $24,400
Final Score: $294
Round 2 Score: $1,100
Round 1 Score: $300
Corporate Communications Specialist
Final Score: $11,513
Round 2 Score: $11,600
Round 1 Score: $6,000
Final Score: $1
Round 2 Score: $1,400
Round 1 Score: $2,200
Final Jeopardy Video – Tuesday, 4 July 2023
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Final Jeopardy is the final round of the popular American television game show Jeopardy!, in which participants test their knowledge in numerous areas by answering questions. In Final Jeopardy, participants are given a single clue and must wager a percentage of their existing earnings based on their confidence in their ability to successfully respond.
Each contestant surreptitiously writes down their wager during the commercial break. The Final Jeopardy clue is presented when the programme resumes, and participants have 30 seconds to write down their solution in the form of a question (e.g., “What is…?”). When the timer runs out, the host, reveals each contestant’s response and wager in ascending order of their pre-Final Jeopardy scores. The scores of contestants are adjusted based on whether their response is correct or incorrect, as well as the amount wagered. At the end of the round, the contestant with the highest score is proclaimed the winner.