QUIZ: If you get 10 out of these, you're an expert in Chopin music
Chopin is undoubtedly one of the most famous composers of all time. Most of us know his music very well... or do we? Test your knowledge of Chopin music with this fun quiz!
Feb 29, 2020 • 12 questions
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QLet's start with an easy one. Chopin wrote many famous Nocturnes, which one is this?
QThis Nocturne in C# minor is another staple of classical music. Which is NOT true about this piece?
QChopin wrote 4 great Ballades. The following shows his own handwriting for which one?
QAlthough Chopin never gave nicknames to any of his 24 Etudes, many of these names became quite famous. What is the nickname of this one?
QChopin wrote very few pieces that include an orchestra. Which one is this?
QWhich genre Chopin did NOT explore in his compositions?
QWhat is NOT true about this Impromptu in C# minor?
QWhat is the name of this composition?
QChopin wrote many Mazurkas and Waltzes. The main difference between them is on where the accented beats are. Which option is the correct one?
QBesides Mazurkas and Waltzes, he also wrote Polonaises and Écossaises. Which genre is this piece in?
QChopin's 24 Études are some of the most studied and famous pieces of the piano repertoire. Which one is this?
QAnd what about this one?
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