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Question 1: Free scores by Ferdinand David in the ________
English languageInternational Music Score Library ProjectSpanish languageMcGill University

Question 2: Ferdinand David (20 January 1810 in ________ – 19 July 1873 in Klosters) was a German virtuoso violinist and composer.
BremenCologneHamburgLondon

Question 3: In 1835 he became concert master (Konzertmeister) at the Gewandhaus in ________ and in 1843 professor of violin (Violinlehrer) at the Leipziger Konservatorium.
DresdenLeipzigBerlinChemnitz

Question 4: They include two symphonies, five violin concertos, an ________ (Hans Wacht, 1852), a string sextet for three violins, viola and two cellos, and a number of Lieder.
French operaFachThe opera corpusOpera

Question 5: In 1829 he was the first violinist of a string quartet in Dorpat and undertook concert tours in Riga, Saint Petersburg and ________.
LondonRussiaParisMoscow

Question 6: Born in the same house in Hamburg where ________ had been born the previous year, David was raised Jewish but later converted to Christianity.
Hector BerliozFelix MendelssohnRichard WagnerFrédéric Chopin

Question 7: David was a pupil of Louis Spohr and Moritz Hauptmann from 1823 to 1824 and in 1826 became a violinist at Königstädtischen Theater in ________.
BerlinLondonStockholmTallinn

Question 8: David also worked as editor of violin works including those of ________, Pietro Locatelli and Johann Gottlieb Goldberg.
SonataFrancesco Maria VeraciniWolfgang Amadeus MozartGiuseppe Tartini

Question 9: He was editor of the complete ________ piano trios for C.F.
Beethoven and his contemporariesLudwig van BeethovenWolfgang Amadeus MozartBeethoven's musical style

Question 10: He was also editor of the set of ________ Sonatas and Partitas for solo violin in 1843.
Baroque musicJohann Sebastian BachFugueJohann Pachelbel







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