Music Theory
Life of the Composers
Who Dun Wrote It?
Name that Instrument

100

These are the first three solfege syllables in order.

Do, Re, Mi

100

This composer was arrogant, brilliant, and died at the age of 35. (FULL NAME FOR ANY POINTS)

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

100

Who Dun Wrote It? (100 bonus points for the country where the composer died)

Bach (Germany)

100

This instrument is considered the oldest human instrument.

The Human Voice

200

Name this solfege grouping.

La, Ti (Latte)

200

While he was considered the greatest composer of all time (G.O.A.T.), he suffered from depression, paranoia, bipolar disorder, and famously lost his hearing. (FULL NAME FOR ANY POINTS)

Ludwig Van Beethoven

200

Who Dun Wrote It? (200 bonus points for the name and country of origin of the piece)

Aaron Copland (The World Feels Dusty/United States of America)

200

Thought to be the 2nd oldest instrument in human history, it's first incarnations date around 43,000 years ago.

Bamboo Flute

300

Name this solfege grouping.

So, Fa (Sofa)

300

These two composers died in Vienna, Austria. (FULL NAMES FOR ANY POINTS)

Ludwig Van Beethoven and Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

300

Who Dun Wrote It? (300 bonus points for the name of the piece)

Beethoven (Moonlight Sonata mvt. 3)

300

Thought to be the 3rd oldest instrument in human history, it's first incarnations date around 7000 years ago.

Drums

400

The leading tone is known as this syllable because of it's NEED to resolve to Do.

Ti

400

The grandfather of all modern music, this composer died in 1750, which marked the beginning of the Classical Era. (FULL NAME FOR ANY POINTS)

Johann Sebastian Bach

400

Who Dun Wrote it? (400 bonus points for the name of the piece)

Alistair Forsyth (In Paradisum)

400

A small glass flute from China that calms everyone who listens to it, which also features in a famous video game about a princess named Zelda.

Ocarina