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Leopold Mozart: Quiz


Question 1: He was born in Augsburg, son of Johann Georg Mozart (1679-1736), a ________, and his second wife Anna Maria Sulzer (1696-1766).
BookbindingPaper modelCalligraphyWeaving

Question 2: [2] At the time Salzburg was the capital of an independent state with Holy Roman Empire (the Prince-Archbishopric of Salzburg), now part of ________.
Czech RepublicAustriaPolandHungary

Question 3: This tour included Munich, Vienna, Presburg, Paris and the Hague together with a lengthy stay in London;[17] see ________.
Mozart family grand tourKöchel catalogueWolfgang Amadeus MozartMozart piano concertos

Question 4: Much of what survives is light music but some more significant work survives including his Sacrament Litany in D (1762) and three ________ sonatas, all published in his lifetime.
Historically informed performanceGottfried SilbermannFortepianoJohann Andreas Stein

Question 5: In 1747 he married Anna Maria Pertl, who bore him seven children, although only two of them survived: Maria Anna Wallburga Ignatia (called "Nannerl") and ________.
Köchel catalogueMozart piano concertosWolfgang Amadeus MozartMozart family grand tour

Question 6: Mozart is best known today as the father and teacher of ________, and for his violin textbook Versuch einer gründlichen Violinschule.
Köchel catalogueMozart piano concertosWolfgang Amadeus MozartMozart family grand tour

Question 7: He attended a local ________ school, the St.
Dominican OrderConventual FranciscansCongregation of the Most Holy RedeemerSociety of Jesus

Question 8: He was promoted to second violinist in 1758 and in 1763 to deputy ________.
Wolfgang Amadeus MozartJoseph HaydnLudwig van BeethovenKapellmeister

Question 9: Free scores by Leopold Mozart in the ________
Spanish languageEnglish languageInternational Music Score Library ProjectMcGill University

Question 10: In 1743 Leopold Mozart was appointed to a position (fourth violinist) in the musical establishment of Leopold Anton Freiherr von Firmian, the ruling ________.
RegensburgArchbishopric of SalzburgHistory of BavariaBavaria


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