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In Billings's original version, Chester was written for __________.
  a) soprano, tenor, and bass
  b) alto, tenor I, tenor II, and bass
  c) soprano, alto, tenor, and bass
  d) soprano I, soprano II, alto, and bass

Question 2

The koto is a __________.
  a) lute
  b) wind instrument
  c) bowed violin
  d) plucked zither

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