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Neil McGowan
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« on: August 18, 2012, 06:24:08 pm »

as far I'm aware there are no restrictions on AMF

Speaking as a longtime member of this forum, I can confirm that there has never been the slightest artificial attempt to constrain discussion on this messageboard to music of any period whatsoever.  Past discussions have included the oldest-known sources of plainchant through to premieres of new works written in the current year.

The only effective "rule" is that of retaining basic civility while discussing things, and respecting the opinions of others - hardly burdensome to those with a serious interest in music and culture, and very beneficial to intelligent discussion :)
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