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Question 1: During his time in Italy, he converted from ________ to Catholicism.
LutheranismApostles' CreedSacramental unionProtestant Reformation

Question 2: ________
Amadis de Gaule (J.C. Bach)International Music Score Library ProjectList of compositions by Johann Christian BachTemistocle

Question 3: The galant movement opposed the intricate lines of ________ music, and instead placed importance on fluid melodies in periodic phrases.
MannerismRenaissanceWestern art historyBaroque

Question 4: Bach lived in Italy for many years starting in 1756, studying with Padre Martini in ________.
GenoaFlorenceBolognaRome

Question 5: He enjoyed a promising career, first as a composer then as a performer playing alongside ________, the notable player of the viola da gamba.
Carl Friedrich AbelChristian Ferdinand AbelWolfgang Amadeus MozartJohann Christian Bach

Question 6: Free scores by Johann Christian Bach in the ________
Spanish languageInternational Music Score Library ProjectEnglish languageMcGill University

Question 7: This article incorporates text from the Encyclopædia Britannica, Eleventh Edition, a publication now in the ________.
Intellectual propertyCopyrightCopyright infringementPublic domain

Question 8: By comparison, the composer sometimes called "the Father of the Symphony," ________, wrote 104 symphonies.
Haydn and MozartWolfgang Amadeus MozartJoseph HaydnLudwig van Beethoven

Question 9: That established his reputation in England, and he became music master to ________.
George IV of the United KingdomCharlotte of Mecklenburg-StrelitzGeorge III of the United KingdomVictoria of the United Kingdom

Question 10: Johann Christian Bach (September 5, 1735 – January 1, 1782) was a composer of the Classical era, the eleventh and youngest son of ________.
FugueJohann PachelbelBaroque musicJohann Sebastian Bach







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