Classical Music is a lot like Role Playing Games:
1) Many things are left up to the interpretation of the conductor and the players
2) They require the buy-in of the players
3) Any speaking part where it says "read this" sounds flat and boring unless read by Patrick Stewart.
4) Once published there can be several revisions to try to fix things. Sometimes they work
5) Most pieces take up several sessions over a span of time
6) Most of the players want to do away with the bard by the end
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