The Antonín Dvořák Quiz

How much do you about Bohemia's most famous composer?
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Last updated: April 19, 2021
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Empire where Dvořák was born in 1841
Austrian Empire
The job of his father
Butcher
Dvořák's first religious composition, composed on a 13th-century text
Stabat Mater
London venue where the above was performed in 1883 and 1884, winning Dvořák worldwide fame
Royal Albert Hall
One of Dvořák's greatest supporters and musical mentors
Johannes Brahms
A set of 16 pieces inspired by the above's Hungarian Dances
Slavonic Dances
Russian composer who invited Dvořák to Moscow and Saint Petersburg
Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky
From 1892 to 1895, Dvořák directed the National Conservatory of Music in this American city
New York
Title of Dvořák's final symphony, inspired by his stay in the US
From the New World
Nickname of Dvořák's twelfth and most famous string quartet
American Quartet
Dvořák's last solo concerto (in B minor) was written for this instrument
Cello
Number of symphonies Dvořák wrote
Nine
Poetry collection by Karel Jaromír Erben that inspired four of Dvořák's symphonic poems
Kytice
Dvořák's son-in-law, another famous composer
Josef Suk
Opera about an overbearing woman who turns Hell upside down
The Devil and Kate
Opera about a water sprite who wishes to become a human
Rusalka
Monarch who knighted Dvořák in 1901
Franz Joseph I
City where Dvořák spent much of his life and died in 1904
Prague
Dvořák was the lead player of this instrument in the orchestra of the above city's Provisional Theatre
Viola
Building in the above city where Dvořák Hall is located
Rudolfinum
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