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Fanny Mendelssohn faced two major obstacles as a composer: __________.
 
  a) growing up in poverty and having very little talent
  b) the immense fame of her younger brother and being female
  c) blindness and lack of patron support for her work
  d) being married to an abusive artist and substance abuse

Question 2

Bob Marley is a singer whose musical genre is closely associated with __________.
 
  a) Catholicism
  b) Baha'i
  c) Rastafarianism
  d) Santeria



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Mochi

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Answer to Question 1

b

Answer to Question 2

c




jake

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Reply 2 on: Jul 25, 2018
YES! Correct, THANKS for helping me on my review


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Reply 3 on: Yesterday
Excellent

 

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