The Great Pianists Quiz

Harold C. Schonberg
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Questions 1-5 of 25:

1.

Paris Conservatoire rejected what thirteen-year old for being "too savage"? (from Chapters XIV through XIX)

2.

Leschetizky identified three elements of being a great pianist that included being a what? (from Chapters XX through XXIII)

3.

Under whom did Ignacy Jan Paderewski study piano? (from Chapters XX through XXIII)

4.

What is the term used to describe an elegant drawing room used in formal receptions that is different in layout and size than a public hall or auditorium used for concerts? (from Chapters XI through XIII)

5.

Who was world exponent of ultra-avant-garde pianism because he could read the new printed notes that required playing simultaneously piano keyboard, sounding board and strings, tape recorder and kazoo? (from Chapters XXX through XXXII)

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