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Should Older Composers Be Excluded Because Of Their Age?
"People usually are not aware that they practice ageism--just as with other forms of discrimination--because their assumptions all point to a certain expectation they believe is true. With respect to composers, said expectation goes something like this: child prodigy enters school already a mature genius; impresses all of his/her professors; then sets the world on fire with his/her youthful vigor, technical wizardry, and creative talent while winning all sorts of competitions; and proceeds to redefine an art form for the betterment of humankind." NewMusicBox 06/05/13
Posted June 7, 2013 12:02 PM




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