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3973Re: When did Jazz die?

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  • Robert Greenwood
    Mar 20, 2007
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      Why is Latin a dead
      > language even if it's still taught in school? It's dead because it
      is being
      > artificially preserved.

      I know this is veering dangerously close to being off-topic, but Latin
      is not a dead language. Without some understanding of Latin, you
      (probably) have a limited understanding of your own language. Does
      anyone fancy extending the metaphor to the benefits that come from a
      knowledge of earlier jazz forms?

      Robert Greenwood
      (who, sadly, was never taught Latin at school)
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