Law:The Progressive Musical Archive Wing Act

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The Progressive Musical Archive Wing Act

The Cosâ confers upon John Eiffler the title of Associate Musical Archivist and designates his extenseive musical library of some 800+ CDs, LPs, cassettes, and reel-to-reel recordings of music released predominantly after 1950 as The Talossan National Musical Library: Progressive Wing, and distinguishes the current T.M.M.L. as the Conservative Wing. After lengthy conversations with current Archivist J. Jahn it is agreed that regardless of taste, music is an important part of any culture and while the progress of current musical trends is important in any culture, so is an appreciation of the past influences that bring the music into being.

Uréu q'estadra så: John Eiffler (PC-Southwest Territories)

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