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  • a divine, ordered, and erudite music was long con - fronted in Germany by a negative evaluation of and attribution of diabolism to minstrels and their baser descendents, the “beer-fiddlers,” the “atheists,” the

    MUSIC AS A DEMONIC ART

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  • "A long or big con is a scam that unfolds over several days or weeks and involves a team of swindlers, as well as props, sets, extras, costumes, and scripted lines. It aims to rob the victim of thousands of dollars, often by getting him or her to empty out banking accounts and borrow from family members."

    from Amy Reading, The Mark Inside: A Perfect Swindle, A Cunning Revenge, and a Small History of the Big Con, Chapter One: Confidence via this Wikipedia article

    July 23, 2013