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Euro Trivia Quiz #13... Classical Musicians/Composers Home Towns?

Euro Trivia Quiz #13... Classical Musicians/Composers Home Towns?

Old Dec 22nd, 2014, 11:33 AM
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Euro Trivia Quiz #13... Classical Musicians/Composers Home Towns?

If you want to see the birthplace house of these composers you can visit some of them in the cities they were born (others may have disappeared)

What cities are the birthplace of these famous composers?

MOZART

BEETHOVEN

WAGNER

BRAHMS

SCHUBERT

VIVALDI

CHOPIN (born in a small town 23 miles west of .....................?

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Old Dec 22nd, 2014, 11:47 AM
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1) Mozart was born in Motown
2) Beethoven was born in Liverpool (he was the first Beetle)
3) Wagner was born in Chicagner
4) Brahms was born in a manger in Brahthlehem
5) Schubert was born in Schuttgart
6) Vivaldi was born in Wienerwaldi
7) Chopin was born at a show that got panned
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first to name all getws a congrtualations (plus shipping & handling!)

And a dictionary!!!
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Mozart- Secaucus,NJ, Bruno Hauptmann Middle School
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Old Dec 22nd, 2014, 11:52 AM
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dfourh got them all correct - well done! Now for the swan song...
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Old Dec 23rd, 2014, 07:39 AM
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And for the real answers:

Salzburg
Bonn
Leipzig
Hamburg
Vienna
Venice
Warsaw
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That's what I meant. It was slang.
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what about Bach? [Eisenach - the answer to another of your quiz questions, Pal!]

and Handel? [Halle]
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