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Anyway, music before electricity didn't use electricity.
Well . . . even then maybe some of it did. There's the Clavecin Électrique of 1759. But then I guess there was electricity of a sort at that time if that is the case.



I used this to strengthen my resolve that even classical music is highly electronic, or to quote Wayne Shorter, "There's nothing wrong with electricity. Your nervous system runs on electricity." (Or something along those lines.)
 
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