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Robert Schumann: Quiz

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Question 1: In 1846 he felt recovered and in the winter revisited Vienna, traveling to Prague and ________ in the spring of 1847 and in the summer to Zwickau, where he was received with enthusiasm.
LondonTallinnStockholmBerlin

Question 2:
When was Robert Schumann born?
1871-10-28
1986-06-08
1810-06-08
1986-03-21

Question 3:
Where did Robert Schumann die?
Endenich, Germany
Pforzheim, Germany
near Neuenhaus, Germany
Schloss Hohenburg, Hohenburg, Bavaria, Germany

Question 4:
Which of the following titles did Robert Schumann have?
Cleveland Browns first round draft pick
Royal Navy Receiving Ship in Hong Kong
A Word to the Wives...
Fantasie C major op. 17 - Sempre Fantasticamente ed Appassionatamente

Question 5: In 1850 Schumann succeeded ________ as musical director at Düsseldorf, but he was a poor conductor and quickly aroused the opposition of the musicians.
Felix MendelssohnHermann AbendrothFerdinand HillerBruno Walter

Question 6: His most powerful and permanent literary inspiration was ________, whose influence is seen in Schumann's youthful novels Juniusabende, completed in 1826, and Selene.
Johann Wolfgang von GoetheJean PaulE. T. A. HoffmannMikhail Lermontov

Question 7: Low, Marston, Searle & Rivington (reissued by ________, 2009; ISBN 9781108004817)
EnglandOxford University PressAuthorized King James VersionCambridge University Press

Question 8:
When did Robert Schumann die?
1856-11-15
1856-07-29
1856-10-10
1856-03-15

Question 9: Schumann was born in ________, Saxony the fifth and last child of the family.
CrimmitschauLimbach-OberfrohnaHohenstein-ErnstthalZwickau

Question 10: In 1843 he wrote Paradise and the Peri, his first essay at concerted vocal music, an Oratorio style work based on the "Lalla Rook" of ________.
IrelandGeorge Gordon Byron, 6th Baron ByronThomas MooreHector Berlioz







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