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anonymous

  • one year ago

Read this passage from "Young Pablo Casals": All those years studying at the music schools in Barcelona and Madrid, learning the glorious suites of Bach and the bold sonatas of Beethoven—all that training and practice, just to play dance-hall music? Casals needed the money. He took the job. Based on this passage, what can be inferred about Casals? A. He was practical. B. He had an adventurous side. C. He lacked common sense. D. He was not a confident person. @TheSmartOne @thomaster @pooja195 @sleepyjess

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  1. anonymous
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    he trained practically his whole life to play Bach and Beethoven, then why did he take a job where he played dance and hall music? he needed the money.

  3. anonymous
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    hope that helped

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