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Question 1: Diabelli was born in Mattsee near ________.
GrazViennaAustriaSalzburg

Question 2: The firm became well known in more serious music circles by becoming the first to publish works by ________, a composer the firm later championed.
Felix MendelssohnFranz SchubertFranz LisztRobert Schumann

Question 3: 1 (I: Moderato cantabile), provides the title and a motif for the French novella Moderato Cantabile by ________.
Harold PinterEugène IonescoMarguerite DurasItalo Calvino

Question 4: Free scores by Anton Diabelli in the ________
McGill UniversitySpanish languageInternational Music Score Library ProjectEnglish language

Question 5: Diabelli produced a number of works as a composer, including an ________ called Adam in der Klemme, several masses and songs and numerous piano and classical guitar pieces.
Ballad operaOperettaOperaSavoy opera

Question 6: He moved to ________ to teach the piano and guitar before becoming partners with Pietro Cappi in 1818 and setting up a music publishing firm with him.
ViennaBelgradeBudapestBratislava

Question 7: They constitute what is generally regarded as one of the greatest of Beethoven's piano pieces and as the greatest set of variations of their time, and are generally known simply as the ________, Op.
Franz LisztDiabelli VariationsLudwig van BeethovenAnton Diabelli

Question 8: Anton Diabelli (5 September 1781 – 8 April 1858) was an Austrian ________ publisher, editor and composer.
Musical notationMusic theoryClassical musicMusic

Question 9: Best known in his time as a publisher, he is most familiar today as the composer of the waltz on which Ludwig van Beethoven wrote his set of thirty-three ________.
Anton DiabelliVaterländischer KünstlervereinFranz LisztDiabelli Variations

Question 10: When Diabelli died in 1858, Spina continued to run the firm, and published much music by ________ and Josef Strauss.
Franz SchubertFelix MendelssohnJohann Strauss IIFrédéric Chopin







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