QUIZ: Let's put your classical music & world history knowledge to the test
You're a music expert... What about world history? Test your knowledge of world history events that were happening during key moments in classical music.
Mar 8, 2020 • 8 questions
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QBeethoven's middle period is considered to have started in the first years of the 1800s. Which world event did NOT happen in that decade?
QWhich planet was discovered only after Chopin was born?
QJohann Sebastian Bach, one of the most famous composers in classical music, had already died when...
QGershwin's iconic Rhapsody in Blue premiered in New York in 1924, just 4 years after...
QClaude Debussy composed his famous Clair de Lune in 1890 when he was just 28 years old. The entire suite was significantly revised and, in 1905, it was finally published. That was the same year when...
QRobert Schumann died in 1856, and that was before...
QThe piano manufacturer Fazioli was founded in 1978. Which event is NOT true from that same year?
QThe first Oktoberfest took place in 1810. Which two famous composers were born in that same year?
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