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No Arts Monopoly

September 27, 1997

Dave Bedrosian writes, "Our parents enjoyed and consumed classical music and big band swing, music you had to understand something about to like" (Calendar Letters, Sept. 20). As a music teacher himself, how can he lump all these together?

Art is creativity. Bedrosian is a teacher of an art form as well as a person who was raised at a time when a literary work such as "The Catcher in the Rye" went from gutter trash to classic literature in less than a generation. I hope he instills in his students the notion that no one has a monopoly on what is or is not good.

EARL EAGER ALBERT

Temple City

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