Fine, but a lot of the music of 18th and early 19th century Europe was never published and likely is lost for good, so you won't be hearing it, interesting or not. As for that huge pile of mid- to late 19th and early 20th century sheet music I alluded to earlier, most of that has never been recorded, at least not by a major commercial label, so you won't be hearing most of that, either.I don't even consider what I hear as uninteresting music, including that among Classical music. So I won't talk about any composers or musicians unless I find their work interesting and of a certain quality.
I'm not really disagreeing with you, except that there is a process of selection over the centuries where most of the uninteresting music disappears before we can hear it. Even with modern technology, I suspect that won't change much.