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Say you are all set to play some music. Everyone else is out of the house and you're sitting there with your favorite recording of your favorite symphony by Beethoven, Brahms, Tchaikovsky, Mahler, Bruckner, Sibelius, Shostakovich (et. al.); and now you're sitting in your favorite chair, nice and comfortable, with a nice cup of coffee, or cocoa, or whatever drink you prefer. The music begins and you're mesmerized and you occasionally close your eyes as you soak in the goodness of the slow movement and then you are sometimes moved to raise your hands as the symphony moves into it's dramatic moments. Half way through you get a phone call, or you fall asleep, or a neighbor appears at the door and asks you if you could help him jump start his car, or something else happens that interrupts the moment. Do you go back and start all over again, or do you pick up where you left off? Please explain your answer.