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Question 1: Absolute pitch (AP), widely referred to as perfect pitch, is the ability of a person to identify or recreate a ________ note without the benefit of an external reference.
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Question 2: For 19th-century musicians such as Camille Saint-Saëns and ________, it became more common for the presence of absolute pitch to be recorded.
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Question 3: The same was the case with jazz pianist ________, starting with his parents discovering his ability to reproduce musical lines on the piano at the age of three.
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Question 4: Absolute pitch may be directly analogous to recognizing ________, phonemes (speech sounds) or other categorical perception of sensory stimuli.
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Question 5: Among composers of the Baroque and Classical eras, such evidence is available only for ________'s perfect pitch.
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