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Seems right :)
Yes, nascent seems right.
Since the sentence "Frederick Chopin showed signs of _____ talent when he began to compose music at the age of seven" indicates that Chopin is a prodigy with budding talent, the word that would best describe it should have the definition of "coming into being" or "coming into existence".
The definition of nascent is just that, and to quote Merriam Webster Dictionary: "beginning to exist; recently formed or developed".
The other words are irrelevant to this, since A, monogamous, defines to being married to only one individual (at a time).
B, moribund, means something is close to death, or coming to an end, and D, uxorious, is for one to be submissive to his wife.
So, yes, C is the correct answer.