JUST as our tastes in music define us, we use our musical tastes
as a way of defining what we would like to be. Whether a novelty
record, purchased because it shows what a fun-loving person you
are, or the CD of pan pipes bought on holiday from street
musicians, so many of our music choices are made as a means of
articulating an identity.
And just as the novelty record and the CD of pan pipes end up
unplayed, so, I imagine, there are many copies of Canto
Gregoriano, the ...
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