1. During the Romantic era, a composer's biography provides a way to understand a composer's music. Explore this phenomenon with the example of Mendlessohn's Song without Words. What were his biographical characteristics? How can the music be heard as reflective of this image? How and why was this biography-music interpretation utilized in Victorian England? Do a similar exploration of Chopin's biography and Mazurka in the context of Paris.
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