Some musical works such as Motrevedi's embody a new principle of organization and are of historical importance. But musicologists or listeners have hardly included them among, great music works. However, Mozart's "The mariiage of Fiagro", is certainly among the classics even though its innovations are limited to extending forms.
Which of the following can be inferred from the passage?
a) Creative artists fundamentally change the musical forms of thier predecessors in a highly inventive fashion
b) Music works that are important in the history are not considered of high aesthetic value.
c)Motrevedi manipulated established conventions of music in innovative ways
d) Musicians may create an illusion of having transcending existing forms
e) The forms that portray historical themes became successful productions.
the answer is shown in the book as B.
I disagree and see it as C
780 or nothing