He died in 1791 at age 35 and was interred in a commoner’s grave.
Around 1796, by the age of 26, he began to lose his hearing.
He composed many works in Warsaw before leaving Poland at age 20.
Italian whose operas, composed around the turn of the 20th century, are frequently performed in the standard repertoire
Russian whose sudden death at the age of 53 is generally ascribed to cholera.
Parsifal was his final opera.
Clair de Lune is one of his most popular pieces.
He’s often called the “Father of the Symphony” and “Father of the String Quartet.”
Beethoven called him the “Urvater der Harmonie” (original father of harmony).
Answers 1. Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart 2. Ludwig van Beethoven 3. Frederic Chopin 4. Giacomo Puccini 5. Peter Ilyich Tchaikovsky 6. Richard Wagner 7. Claude Debussy 8. Joseph Haydn 9. Johann Sebastian Bach
MovieStyle, Pages 37 on 09/06/2013
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