1Which composer offered to write a new National Anthem for the United States? Dvorak, Chopin, Copland, MozartDvorak
2Which composer once claimed to have poisoned Mozart? Bach, Beethoven, Haydn, SalieriSalieri
3Which composer was exposed for paying women to faint at his concerts? Liszt, Bizet, Smetana, SalieriLiszt
4Which composer wrote the famous Brandenburg Concertos? Schumann, Schubert, Bach, BeethovenBach
5Which composers 7th Symphony is known as the “Leningrad” symphony? Tchaikovsky, Shostakovich, Rimsky-Korsakov, MendelssohnShostakovich
6Which composer’s heart was buried in Poland but his body buried in France? Wagner, Dvorak, Chopin, LisztChopin
7Which composers Messiah contains the “Hallelujah Chorus”? Holst, Handel, Elgar, BrahmsHandel
8Which composers Violin Sonata No.9 is referred to by the name ‘Kreutzer’? Brahms, Mozart, Haydn, BeethovenBeethoven
9Which composer’s Waltz No.3 is called the “Cats Waltz”? Liszt, Brahms, Chopin, DvorakChopin
10Which is Beethoven’s symphonies is commonly called the “Pastoral”? 5th, 6th, 4th, 7th6th
11Which is the highest female voice? Tenor, Bass, Soprano, AltoSoprano
12Which is the lowest of the male voices? Bass, Alto, Baritone, TenorBass
13Which name for a chord literally means “a harp”? Barcolle, Alto, Ballade, ArpeggionArpeggion
14Which of Dvoraks symphonies is known as the “American” symphony? 9, 7, 5, 66
15Which of the following is not a stringed instrument? Double-Bass, Violin, Cello, ClarinetClarinet
16Which of the following means unaccompanied singing? A Cappella, Accent, Alberti, AleatoryA Cappella
17Which of the following paces translates roughly as “walking pace”? Anitphon, Allegro, Ballade, AndanteAndante
18Which of the following was born first? Vivaldi, Wager, Liszt, WeberVivaldi
19Which of the following was born first? Bizet, Saint Saens, Schubert, HaydnHaydn
20Which of the following was born first? Mozart, Beethoven, Mendelssohn, MahlerMozart