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Re: don't waste your money.
• Posted by: A.G.F.
• Date: Saturday, November 16, 2002, at 2:39 p.m.
• IP Address: nat18-73.mpoweredpc.net
• In Response to: Re: don't waste your money. (Kyri)

Excuse me? Only classical music can reach an artistic level?! Well, that's a typically 18th century, Western view to take. You're basically saying that the only culture capable of creating "artistic-level" music is European. That's not only a moronic idea, but it's just plain racist. Let's just throw out all the jazz, R&B, rock, folk, country, blues (to name just North American styles), and any non-post-medievel-European music style, shall we. It's quite possible that you didn't realise how serious your comment was, but you should think before you write something like that. If you're still insistant on your point, then music student or not, you're a fool.

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