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Grade 9 Classical - 1750-1830
Beethoven primarily earned a living as a?
  1. Concert Violinist
  2. Concert Organist
  3. Concert Pianist
Grade 9 Classical - 1750-1830
Grade 9 Classical - 1750-1830
Mozart's two most famous operas are?
  1. Don Giovanni & The Magic Flute
  2. L' Orfeo & Romeo & Juliet
  3. Dido and Aeneas & Hansel and Gretel
Grade 9 Classical - 1750-1830
What did Mozart enjoy composing the most?
  1. Symphonies
  2. Operas
  3. Oratorios
Grade 9 Classical - 1750-1830
How might the music of the Classical period be described?
  1. Soft, Loud & Very Soft
  2. Ornate, Detailed & Decorated
  3. Simple, Balanced & Void of Emotion
Grade 9 Classical - 1750-1830
Grade 9 Classical - 1750-1830
Haydn's Symphony No. 94 is also known as?
  1. The Unfinished Symphony
  2. The "Four Seasons"
  3. The Surprise Symphony
Grade 9 Classical - 1750-1830
Grade 9 Classical - 1750-1830
These two composers were a bridge between the Classical and Romantic periods:
  1. Mozart & Haydn
  2. Beethoven & Schubert
  3. Gluck & Stamitz
Grade 9 Classical - 1750-1830
Haydn's two famous oratorios are:
  1. The Creation & The Seasons
  2. The Beginning & The End
  3. The Ars Nova & The Ars Antigua
Grade 9 Classical - 1750-1830
Beethoven was born in:
  1. Italy
  2. Germany
  3. Austria
Grade 9 Classical - 1750-1830
Gluck's most famous opera was?
  1. Dido & Aeneas
  2. Romeo & Juliet
  3. Orpheus & Eurydice
Grade 9 Classical - 1750-1830
Who is known as "the father of the modern symphony?"
  1. Franz Haydn
  2. Christoph Gluck
  3. W. A. Mozrt
Grade 9 Classical - 1750-1830
The popular name for Schubert's Symphony No. 8 is?
  1. The Surprise Symphony
  2. The Unfinished Symphony
  3. The Undescribed Symphony
Grade 9 Classical - 1750-1830
Today Mozart is best known for?
  1. Operas, Oratorios, Sonantas
  2. Symphonies, Concertos & Chamber Music
  3. Motets, Madrigals, Art Songs
Grade 9 Classical - 1750-1830
The Surprise Symphony was composed to do what?
  1. Celebrate a firework show
  2. Wake up Prince Esterhazy during performances
  3. Entertain the Royal Court
Grade 9 Classical - 1750-1830
Grade 9 Classical - 1750-1830
The "father of modern opera" is:
  1. G.F. Handel
  2. Henry Purcell
  3. Christoph Gluck
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