The author argues that electronic music and classical music do not constitute two separate and isolated worlds, but instead are subject to the same well-established rules of categorization and access. Through an informal inquiry, the author shows that familiarity with contemporary composers' names (which are well assimilated by regular concertgoers) does not reflect familiarity with their actual musical works.

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