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While I appreciate anyone pointing out errors or asking for a better reference in the History article (or elsewhere), remarks like "Citation needed|date=December 2014 !--Who says any of this demonstrates anything at all about theory?" seem argumentative and rudely condescending. I don't think they're helpful--besides which, in that particular case, it is widely accepted that artifacts of all kinds tell us a great deal about the history of music theory. Many of these remarks are causing the article to include detail and references that are probably unnecessary and lead to the "Overly detailed|date=December 2014|section=yes" flag that now appears. The section needs to cover a lot of ground to make clear the world-wide history of the development of music theory. Demanding explanations of information that is widely accepted and referenced by other Wikipedia articles seems simply argumentative. If someone wants to argue a point, let's do that here and decide what we think is necessary or not. Jacques Bailhé ( talk ) 19:15, 9 December 2014 (UTC)

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