Which Classic Musical Genius is Hiding in Your Soul?

 Every classical music lover knows that there are no two works identical to each other, since each has its own unique characteristics and identity, and this holds true for the artists who stand behind them. The famous giants who composed these works were very different in their nature, temperament, and manner of creation and work. Yet, despite the high class of great composers like Beethoven, Mozart, Bach, and Brahms, they all had one thing in common - they were just as human as we are, and so surely each of us shares something of their great personality. So let's find out, with this fascinating personality quiz, which of the greatest classical composers is hiding in you, and perhaps just waiting to break out and reveal itself.
a man looking in  mirror
The Grim Atheist
 
If you had to describe yourself in one word, what would it be?
Discreet
Sensitive
Creative
Diligent
None of the above
workspace
 
Which of the following rooms most resembles your workspace?
workspace
workspace
workspace
workspace
Illustration of a human figure in different emotional states
 
What mood are you in generally?
Thoughtful and emotional
Concentrated and sharp
Optimistic and creative
Quiet and calm
a pen laying on a calender
 
Where are you most likely to spend your weekend?
At home, relaxing
In the history museum, touring the exhibits
At my favorite artist’s concert, singing, and dancing
In the theater, watching a dramatic play
a girl with headphones on
 
What influences you most in music and makes you like a particular melody?
The precision of the melody and its structure
The way the melody expresses emotion
Creativity and originality
The melody matching my favorite style
a plane in the sky
 
Which of the following cities would you most like to visit now?
the Eiffel tower
Paris, France
The tower of prague
Prague, Czech Republic
Florence
Florence, Italy
Leipzig
Leipzig, Germany
fortune cookie
 
Which of the following quotes do you most connect to?
"Perfection is achieved not when there is nothing that can be added, except when there is nothing that can be retracted"
"We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence, then, is not an act, but a habit."
“In three words I can sum up everything I've learned about life: it goes on.”
“Do not seek to follow in the footsteps of the wise; seek what they sought.”
a man and a woman holding hands
 
Which trait is most important to you in a partner?
Wisdom
Modesty
Creativity
Romantic
 
Of the following, which is your favorite dish?
Sushi
Bread and olives
Chili con carne
Chocolate
a toy dog
 
Which one of the following pets do you own or would like to own?
Dog
Dog
Cat
Cat
Chinchilla
Chinchilla
Parrot
Parrot
Illustration of a ladder that reaching a sparkling sky
 
If you could pick another profession, which of these would it be?
Travel Guide
Director of a nonprofit organization
Poet
Lecturer and educator
I like my profession
an afternoon sun
 
Your afternoon suddenly clears up. What will you do?
I'll take a short walk alone
I'll go and volunteer
I'll meet with friends
I'll start reading a book
an orchestra
 
What is your favorite instrument?
Violin
Violin
Piano
Piano
Cello
Cello
Pipe organ
Pipe organ
clocks
 
What time period in history would you have liked to experience?
The Renaissance - something about the cultural awakening at that time fascinates me
The time of the French Revolution, the ideas about the liberation of man appeal to me
The beginning of the Enlightenment period - when the importance of education and learning increased
The 19th century - when the industrial revolution was at its peak
You are Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Your answers indicate that in your soul you are Mozart, the most prolific musical genius and composer of all time. It seems that you too, are fruitful in your life, outstanding in your work and admired by your higher-ups and the people around you. Like the harmonious musical philosophy that guided Mozart, you also manage your life in wonderful harmony, and you know how to balance hard work, talent, and the desire to enjoy and see the world. You are an independent person with quick comprehension who knows how to connect with people, and although you may have a slightly odd sense of humor (Mozart was known for his fondness of bathroom jokes), everyone wants to be around you.
You are Ludwig van Beethoven
Ludwig van Beethoven
Your answers indicate that in your turbulent soul you are Ludwig van Beethoven, the composer who broke all the boundaries and earned an unquestionable admiration. Despite the severe hearing problems he suffered, Beethoven insisted on pushing the boundaries around him, and you seem to be just like him-ambitious in your soul, a rebel who’s always trying to change and do things differently, an independent person who is run by the heart and emotions that floods you time to time. Others may regard you as a stubborn, over-tempered, and an overly emotional person, but do not be upset about it-Beethoven was also seen this way in his day, and was still recognized as a true genius.
You are Johann Sebastian Bach
Johann Sebastian Bach
Your answers indicate that in your soul you are Bach, the learned composer, who produced quite a few of the most famous classical works. Bach was a wise man, no doubt about this - from his youth he had acquired a comprehensive education, from music through to history and physics, and was considered a full-fledged scholar. Just like him, it seems that you, too, are thirsty for knowledge, and don’t stop learning every single day. Among your acquaintances you are considered to have a remarkable intellectual capacity, you are a fan of order, discipline, and organization-just like Bach's well-constructed works. Even if not everyone appreciates your genius today, don’t worry, Bach's greatness was discovered relatively late - but today he is considered one of the greatest classical composers.
You are Johannes Brahms
Johannes Brahms
Your answers indicate that in your soul you are Johannes Brahms, the revered composer who has gained fame with some of the first-class works of classical music of all time. Like Brahms, the standards you set for yourself are very high and you strive for perfection, which is expressed in everything you do. Despite Brahms' great success and popularity, he remained a modest man with a simple lifestyle who donated his money to his relatives and young musicians, and you seem to have this modesty and generosity too. Brahms was a great admirer of Beethoven, who had a lot of influence on his music, and you probably also have a close relative who is a role model to you.
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