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Question 1: 1998 Béla Bartók: Bluebeard's Castle________ & László Polgár, principal soloists; Pierre Boulez, conductor; Roger Wright, producer (Deutsche Grammophon)
OperaKathleen BattleJessye NormanGramophone Award

Question 2: The broadcasts are sponsored by ________ and air on 98.7 WFMT in Chicago and the WFMT Radio Network.
Sainsbury'sHSBCBPRoyal Dutch Shell

Question 3: On May 1, 1916, Frederick Stock recorded the Wedding March from ________'s music to A Midsummer Night's Dream for what was then known as the Columbia Graphophone Company.
Frédéric ChopinRichard WagnerHector BerliozFelix Mendelssohn

Question 4: 1979 ________: The Four Symphonies – Sir Georg Solti, conductor; James Mallinson, producer (London)
Robert SchumannFrédéric ChopinJohannes BrahmsFranz Liszt

Question 5: 1995–2006 ________ - Principal Guest Conductor
Daniel BarenboimGyörgy LigetiPierre BoulezOlivier Messiaen

Question 6: 12 – ________, conductor (Deutsche Grammophon)
Pierre BoulezGyörgy LigetiOlivier MessiaenDaniel Barenboim

Question 7: 1960 Béla Bartók: Music for Strings, Percussion and CelestaFritz Reiner, conductor (________)
David SarnoffNBCRCARCA Records

Question 8: ________ also conducted a series of concerts with the Chicago Symphony that were broadcast in the 1970s on PBS.
Rafael KubelíkDaniel BarenboimPierre BoulezGeorg Solti

Question 9: The Chicago Symphony holds an annual fundraiser, originally known as the Chicago Symphony Marathon, more recently as "Radiothon", and now "Symphonython", in conjunction with Chicago radio station ________.

Question 10: Many of the recordings with ________ have been released on Teldec.
Daniel BarenboimIsaac SternPierre BoulezOlivier Messiaen


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