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Mozart ... or Beethoven?

Which composer wrote each of the following classical works - Mozart or Beethoven?
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Last updated: April 4, 2019
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1. Eine kleine Nachtmusik
Mozart
Beethoven
Everyone knows it when they hear it - much to Salieri's irritation.
2. Für Elise
Mozart
Beethoven
A charming little piano piece beloved by amateurs.
3. Die Zauberflöte (The Magic Flute)
Mozart
Beethoven
Mozart's last opera, which had its premiere just two months before the composer's death.
4. Requiem in D minor
Mozart
Beethoven
Unfinished at the time of Mozart's death, it was completed by his student Süssmayr.
5. Symphony No. 41 "Jupiter"
Beethoven
Mozart
Mozart's last great symphony, composed in 1788.
6. Missa Solemnis
Beethoven
Mozart
Composed around the same time as his more famous 9th Symphony.
7. Ein musikalischer Spaß (A Musical Joke)
Beethoven
Mozart
A ridiculous piece, full of deliberate musical mistakes and faux-pas.
8. Piano Concerto No. 5 "Emperor"
Mozart
Beethoven
The grandest and most large-scale of Beethoven's five piano concertos.
9. Symphony No. 6 "Pastoral"
Beethoven
Mozart
So-called because of its musical depictions of nature.
10. Große Fuge
Mozart
Beethoven
Described in an 1826 review as "incomprehensible" and "a confusion of Babel."
11. Egmont Overture
Mozart
Beethoven
Part of a set of incidental music for a play by German writer Goethe.
12. Triple Concerto
Mozart
Beethoven
Written for three solo instruments (violin, cello and piano) with orchestra.
13. Clarinet Concerto
Beethoven
Mozart
Beethoven wrote piano concertos, and one for violin, but none for clarinet.
14. Ave verum corpus
Beethoven
Mozart
A lovely choral motet, composed in 1791.
15. Piano Sonata in C sharp minor "Moonlight"
Beethoven
Mozart
One of Beethoven's most recognizable piano works, with its shimmering opening.
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