If I were a dictator ...


'If I were a dictator I should make it compulsory for every member of the population between the ages of four and eighty to listen to Mozart for at least one-quarter of an hour daily in the coming years' - Sir Thomas Beecham

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steve2 said…
my answer to beecham:i don't like mozart

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