Some of the worlds' best-known pieces of classical music we know and love came from Russia, and the turn of the 19th century witnessed their most prolific era. Let's see how well you know their most famous composers!
Mar 16, 2020 • 9 questions
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QYou've probably already figured this one out, but here it goes: who are the 4 composers on the cover image of this quiz?
QThis composer was a notable critic of Johannes Brahms and once wrote that Brahms' music was "not warmed by genuine feeling" and lacked "life and color". Which composer is it?
QEarly generations of renowned Russian composers that included the Rubinstein brothers (Anton and Nikolai) were typically trained in which school?
QProkofiev wrote some memorable piano sonatas. Which one is this one?
QWhich is NOT true about Tchaikovsky's timeless Piano Concerto No.1?
QThe following composer never wrote any operas...
Q"Expression has never been an inherent property of music". Who is the author of this controversial quote?
QRussian composers wrote some of the most passionate symphonic works we know today. Which one is this?
QWho was the composer of this masterpiece?
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