bSharpCyclist You just quoted Google without adding any of your own thoughts to it. I commented on what you quoted. Some low effort on your side, but nothing to be offended of, as you didn't comment anything.
But some didn't get the core point of my critic. Nobody belittles Mozart as the most important "child composer", just because he wrote some of his works as a child. Everyone recognizes Mozart as a composer and the works he wrote while being very young are just treated as serious as the later ones.
But that's not what Google is doing with Fanny Hensel. The reason is that they don't actually care about piano and composers. For them her only achievement is being a woman. And that is the kind of degrading treatment she doesn't deserve. (Additionally Google wants us to be sorry for an upper-class woman of the 19th century, while many lower- and middle-class prodigies didn't have any musical career, regardless of their gender, which still applies today. Helping upper-class women's careers on the back of lower classes is what most "affirmative action" is about.)
Hensel managed on her own to be still known in the 21st century for her works, while many others (male or female) have been completely forgotten or their compositions being attributed to their more famous teachers or relatives. So she stood out despite not having social justice warriors running to her rescue during the 19th century.