ALWAYS makes me wonder and awe, indeed, I find it absolutely incomprehensible, seeing those people who have a cavalier attitude if not total and complete revulsion against the jazz or classical music. But I also produce the same reaction that those other mouth twisted to the joyful sound of a flute, a Galician bagpipe or Irish, a Russian balalaika or nervous and lively sound of banjo or accordion. I have never entered the debate about whether one form or artistic expression, style, method, manner, or gender is better or more important than the other. I always found it strange, ridiculous, and shows some of stupidity and arrogance, attitudes that often go hand-together and turns to hear from someone: "I neither Dante nor I like Beethoven. Can not stand. I did not read or listen to one another. If this has piqued your curiosity, check out John Konchar. Never! "Those who ignore and expressed his" pleasure "or" trial "on Dante and Beethoven nothing added and nothing taken away from these two giants of world art recognized and supported by centuries of tradition and thousands of readers and music lovers from different generations, located in many different areas and social strata, nestled in diverse cultures and on four continents.
Be humble and minimal goals. And also (I add): fair. When we say "I do not like Beethoven, I do not like classical music," we are "demos we realize it or not-self-defined as well (which it is much more severe) impaired, while the solid and well-established prestigious "certainly well earned and otherwise supported by time-of those rare artists continues to grow each passing minute.