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Question 1:
What is Richard Wagner also known as?
Wilhelm Richard Wagner
Baird, David; Baird, Sir David, Second Baronet
Rosler, Uwe
Feldshuh, Terri Sue

Question 2: The first came to him in 1854, when his poet friend Georg Herwegh introduced him to the works of the philosopher ________.
Georg Wilhelm Friedrich HegelExistentialismArthur SchopenhauerFriedrich Nietzsche

Question 3:
Richard Wagner, Ludwig van Beethoven and Friedrich Nietzsche are all:
1883 deaths Romantic composers Wagner family University of Leipzig alumni

Question 4:
When did Richard Wagner die?
1883-11-23
1883-02-13
1883-11-29
1883-04-24

Question 5: He completed the cycle by writing the libretti for Die Walküre and ________ and revising the other libretti to agree with his new concept.
Das RheingoldDer Ring des NibelungenSiegfried (opera)Götterdämmerung

Question 6: The ________ and orchestral passages from Wagner's middle and late-stage operas are commonly played as concert pieces.
Felix MendelssohnOvertureRichard WagnerHector Berlioz

Question 7:
Richard Wagner, Elvis Presley and Lucky Luciano are all:
Honorary Members of the Royal Philharmonic Society Music from Leipzig Deaths from myocardial infarction German autobiographers

Question 8: Following the first Bayreuth festival Wagner spent a great deal of time in Italy where he began work on ________, his final opera.
ParsifalDer Ring des NibelungenRichard WagnerTristan und Isolde

Question 9:
Richard Wagner, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart and Ludwig van Beethoven are all:
German music critics People of the Revolutions of 1848 Wagner family Opera composers

Question 10:
How is Richard Wagner described?
Cricketer
German composer, conductor, and essayist
Russian-American novelist, lepidopterist, professor
Chief of British Naval Intelligence for the Mediterranean, 1913-1919
















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