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Re: "repeat" slashes and the nature of lilypond

From: darius
Subject: Re: "repeat" slashes and the nature of lilypond
Date: Fri, 18 Feb 2005 20:55:54 +0100
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> I'd have to say I'd be wary of anyone who has a degree in jazz from a
> conservatory. Jazz is not a classical art form; conservatories are for
> teaching classical forms of music, and no decent jazz musician has
> ever received his/her education from such a place. (I could say
> something about how I'd trust a European one even less than an
> American one, but that would be a bad generalization.) Now, that's
> just my opinion. But if this person actually plays jazz she should
> well know that tying chord symbols directly to notes is a bad idea.

Isn't there a contradiction between the claim that Jazz is not a
classical form of art, and some assertive statement about "the only
appropriate way things should be done"

And by the way, I think I remember reading that Gary Burton studied at 
Berkeley... and he is decent :-)


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