Would The Beggars' Opera Be Possible Today?
from the doing-the-math dept
Of course, I'm sure the usual folks will show up in the comments insisting that if he couldn't write all the music himself, it wasn't worth making.
by Mike Masnick
Tue, Aug 11th 2009 4:13pm
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