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Composers

Quiz Bowl music stuff... a transcription of Joon's music study guide
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George Frideric Handel
wrote the "Hallelujah" chorus for his Messiah
George Frideric Handel
Wrote the Music for the Royal Fireworks
George Frideric Handel
wrote Water Music
George Frideric Handel
Baroque composer
George Frideric Handel
a suite in G major written for Kind George I
Antonio Vivaldi
operas: Agrippo, Tito Manlio
Antonio Vivaldi
Baroque composer nicknamed the "Red Priest"
Antonio Vivaldi
"La Primavera," "L'estate," "L'Autumno" and "L'Inverno."
Antonio Vivaldi
Red Priest
Antonio Vivaldi
"the barking dog" and "languor caused by the heat"
Antonio Vivaldi
"Music for the Chapel of the Pieta"
an oratorio for the girls of the Pieta
his teaching work at the Ospedale della Pieta
Antonio Vivaldi
12 concerto collection "L'estro Armonico"
Johann Sebastian Bach
Brandenburg Concertos
Johann Sebastian Bach
The Well-Tempered Clavier (a book of 24 preludes and fugues in all major and minor keys)
Johann Sebastian Bach
St. Matthew Passion vocal piece
Johann Sebastian Bach
Goldberg Variations
Franz Joseph Haydn
Farewell, London and Surprise Symphonies
Franz Joseph Haydn
operas: The World in the Moon, The Paladin Orlando
Franz Joseph Haydn
Austrian composer known as the "father of the symphony."
Franz Joseph Haydn
Cantata "The Creation" with Adam and Eve
Franz Joseph Haydn
an extremely loud chord in an otherwise quiet passage (twinkle twinkle little star)
Franz Joseph Haydn
he composed 104 symphonies
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Operas: The Magic Flute, Idomeneo, Don Giovanni, Cosi Fan Tutte (Ferrando and Guglielmo)
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
fortieth symphony is sometimes known as the "Great G minor" symphony
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Symphony number 41, or Jupiter symphony
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Eine kleine Nachtmusik
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Unfinished requiem
Ludwig van Beethoven
Symphony ends with a Schiller poem (Ode to Joy)
Ludwig van Beethoven
composer of Fur Elise and the Moonlight Sonata
Ludwig van Beethoven
One symphony (5th) by this composer opens with a G-G-G-E flat motif.
Ludwig van Beethoven
"scene at the brook" and "By the Brook" in his sixth symphony
Ludwig van Beethoven
Wagner called his 7th symphony "the apotheosis of the dance"
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