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Question 1: 27 in Mexico City (1995), Nizhny Novgorod, Weimar, Baden-Baden, Idstein (version for ________, 2005) and Cambridge (2008).
OrchestraThe PlanetsTimpaniClassical music

Question 2: Graham Waterhouse was born in ________, the son of noted bassoonist/musicologist William Waterhouse.

Question 3: His music has appeared on several CDs, notably on Portrait (2001) with works for piano, clarinet and cello, and Portrait 2 (2004) with music for string orchestra, played by the English Chamber Orchestra, and for ________.
Marching bandConcert bandSchool bandTimpani

Question 4: Bright Angel for three bassoons and contrabassoon, premiered IDRS 2008, Provo, Utah, referring to the ________
Bright Angel TrailNorth Kaibab TrailRiver Trail (Arizona)South Kaibab Trail

Question 5: He has worked with Ensemble Modern and participated in the concert tour 2001 of the Ensemble Modern Orchestra under Pierre Boulez, presenting works by Harrison Birtwistle, ________, Hanspeter Kyburz and Boulez.
Anton WebernSerialismArnold SchoenbergTwelve-tone technique

Question 6: His compositions reflect the individual capacity and character of players and instruments from piccolo to ________, even unusual ones such as the heckelphone or didgeridoo.
ContrabassoonOboe d'amoreOboeCor anglais (English horn)

Question 7: In 2001 he was the composer in residence of Solisten der Kammerphilharmonie Berlin, in 2006 he was artiste en residence in Albertville, ________, and in 2008 he was Musician By-Fellow at Churchill College, University of Cambridge.
ItalyFranceCanadaUnited Kingdom

Question 8: As a composer and as a performer, he is mostly dedicated to chamber music, and he has co-founded several chamber ensembles, including the Vuillaume-Cello-Ensemble playing instruments built by ________.
ViolinGiuseppe GuarneriNicolas LupotJean-Baptiste Vuillaume

Question 9: He also wrote several compositions for cello and speaking voice, based on literature as diverse as limerick (Vezza), ________ (Der Handschuh) or drama (Das Hexen-Einmaleins), and he is able to play and recite himself.
18th centuryBalladBallad operaEngland

Question 10: Der Handschuh (The Glove), ballad by ________, for cello and speaking voice
Friedrich SchillerDavid HumeGeorg Wilhelm Friedrich HegelImmanuel Kant


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