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« on: January 09, 2013, 02:54:05 pm »

I, too, take all your points as valid, Neil.  I suppose what I would say is this.  I am occasionally taken by my partner, family or friends to an opera (I probably would not bother to organise it myself).  You put these productions on, Neil, although I do not actually know whether I have ever experienced any of your work.  When I go to see a performance, I often don't know the first thing about it.  I quite like going in blind, so to speak.  I can always find out more later, if I am interested.  If it makes me think about the world in a slightly different way, that's probably a good thing.  If it makes me feel good, so much the better!  But I probably don't know enough to make a serious contribution to a debate on the subject. So it is sensible to say rather less than more.  Brevity is the soul of wit, init?
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