Since the 2004 inception of Sounds & Fury we've argued vigorously against the perniciously perverse notion — a notion preached unrelentingly by its High Priest Greg Sandow — that in order to gain new audiences for classical music, classical music concerts must alter both their content and their presentation to be more in line and more consonant with our present-day culture our argument against expressed most fully in one of S&F's 2004 inaugural entries titled "An Audience For Classical Music" and a follow-up 2008 S&F entry titled "New Audience For Classical Music Redux". In terms of influence, there was (and remains) a problem with our two entries: they were written by a mere blogger; moreover, a mere blogger with no professional credentials and one who, by choice, has been off The Street, so to speak, for the past several decades and so is open to the charge of being woefully out of touch with present-day culture. Not so Bill Eddins, Music Director of the Edmonton Symphony Orchestra, who took it upon himself to rebut a recent blog entry by the above named High Priest, Maestro Eddins's rebuttal amusingly titled "I Don’t Know Nuthin’ ‘Bout Listenin’ To Mozart, Ms. Scarlett!" which rebuttal echoes, in part, the sense of what we had to say in our two above linked S&F entries. We think Maestro Eddins's article well worth your time reading.