Oxford University Ponders Scrapping Sheet Music It Finds “Too Colonial” – IOTW Report

Oxford University Ponders Scrapping Sheet Music It Finds “Too Colonial”

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The University of Oxford is considering scrapping sheet music for being ‘too colonial’ after staff raised concerns about the ‘complicity in white supremacy’ in music curriculums.

Professors are set to reform their music courses to move away from the classic repertoire, which includes the likes of Beethoven and Mozart, in the wake of the Black Lives Matter movement.

University staff have argued that the current curriculum focuses on ‘white European music from the slave period’, according to The Telegraph.  


20 Comments on Oxford University Ponders Scrapping Sheet Music It Finds “Too Colonial”

  1. During what era was the Star Spangled Banner written under?

  2. Looks like mental illness is the new pandemic. How many weeks will it take to flatten the curve?

  3. Rap!

    THAT should be the DEATH of a night at the orchestra, no? 🙄

  4. “colonial” = white (but not as racist.)
    History eradicators now using camouflage.

  5. They’re coming for your Carpenter records.
    May the ghost of Karen Carpenter haunt AOC and burn Crazy Macie Horonos at the stake.

  6. OK, they’re saying sheet music is ‘colonial’, and blacks can’t learn to read music. So it must be racist.

  7. C’mon man! The Carpenters are racist. Have you ever seen any black people singing Carpenter songs?

  8. John Denver did believe in green energy too. He took that airplane up there with no concern for any carbon fuels.

  9. Music should be engraved in stone to make it more Romanesque.

  10. Any music major considering Oxford is now warned.
    Do NOT waste your money there.

  11. Watch it geoff… that’s comin close to ringing Chasten’s doorbell!

  12. They’re just following their hero’s the Muzzie’s. Burn and destroy any historical artifacts and erase history.

  13. The guys at Oxford say that “Wet Ass Pussy” is alright, though.

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