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30. This person belongs in the romantic genre and was a musical genius, not halted by becoming deaf. A. Emile Zola B. Amadeus Mozart C. Ludwig von Beethoven D. Claude Debussy
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User: 30. This person belongs in the romantic genre and was a musical genius, not halted by becoming deaf. A. Emile Zola B. Amadeus Mozart C. Ludwig von Beethoven D. Claude Debussy

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Ludwig von Beethoven belongs in the romantic genre and was a musical genius, not halted by becoming deaf.
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