Thursday, 27 July 2017

Non-Popular Culture

Knowing the difference between the popular, the unpopular and the non-popular is usually a sign of enlightenment.  How enlightened are you, dear audience member?  What are your reasons for being here?  What are your expectations within this digital auditorium?  Are you expecting to audition?

If you are an ordinary mortal, what are you doing here?  Ordinary mortals have a tendency to be uncritical of their own talents, tastes and expectations.

If you consider yourself to be a good critic, why is that?  Good critics are usually highly critical of themselves, in a highly enlightened way.

Please contact the management if you wish to remain here for the remainder of this presentation.  Are you a paid-up member of the Mozarty Party?  Most party members are highly accomplished proponents of non-popular culture.  What are your accomplishments?

If you are unable to answer such questions, perhaps you took a wrong turning at the stage door

If you have ever participated in non-popular culture elsewhere, how have you been matching Mozart?

What have been your non-popular contributions to The Social Media Show?

What have been your recent contributions to the Mozarty Party World Peace and Global Prosperity Tour?

What is your acquaintance with the most enlightened Adelaideans?

Have you ever participated in an enlightened dialogue in South Australia?

The highly enlightened, Twaklinesque Adelaideans, and their Nilkawtian counterparts, are devotees of the highest forms of non-popular culture.  You may have already met a few of those persons around Villa Twaklinilkawt.  In between assisting visitors, they are usually to be found quietly reading a Twaklin anthology.

What do you usually read when not providing assistance directly to other people?  Do you tend to read works of popular culture, unpopular culture or non-popular culture?  If you are unenlightened, you are unlikely to read much at all.

Please note that there are no upcoming public occasions, at least not officially.  Public occasions are frequently overly popular with uncritical audiences, especially when promoted heavily through the mass media.

If you have ever had the privilege of visiting the green room associated with this ethereal theatre, you may be aware of the benefits of that location to non-popular performers.  Do you know how to overcome stage fright on the world stage?

An expressions of non-popular culture is often regarded as a heritage performance.  That is probably why that culture it is open to so many different interpretations.

Popular expressions of heritage are rarely accurate.  Unpopular expressions of heritage tend to be dangerous.  The main intention and attraction of non-popular expressions of cultural heritage relate to their ongoing relevance.

What is your ongoing relevance?  Are you ever involved in undercover work?  Have you ever participated in a non-popular evening of auditions?

Non-popular culture may occasionally include a few dramas from the parlour, or from another equally enlightening location.  Attempts at being popular with all age groups and demographics may occasionally be successful at a non-popular special Christmas matinĂ©e for all the family, regardless of the religious views of those in attendance.  The non-popular often has an ability to transcend cultural and psychological differences.

Enlightened persons always respect the heritage aspects of non-popular presentations as well as the universal aspects involved.  This particularly applies when preparing for the Digital Twaklinesque Festival of Peace.  In fact, preparations are currently underway for the next such festival, particularly in Mozart's dressing room and Nannerl's suite.

Preparations are already underway, too, for Mr Mozart's next birthday celebrations.  What were you doing the last time anyone said "Happy Birthday most arty Sir Mozarty Mozart"?

Mozart transcends both popular culture and non-popular culture.  He has never been part of unpopular culture, except in the minds of arrogant archbishops and jealous musicians.  In three days from now, everyone in the Mozarty Party will be celebrating Nannerl's birthday.  They will then begin preparing for the next World Enlightenment Forum.

Do you consider Adelaide to be a city of dreams or nightmares or popular culture or unpopular culture or as a world centre of non-popular culture?

There are obviously many questions for you to answer if you are to gain exclusive access to any part of Villa Twaklinilkawt in the future.  Were you one of the winning attendees at the most recent Ethereal World Peace Award ceremony?

When was the last time you had a peaceful day?

Do you believe peaceful days are part of non-popular culture?

How do you intend to prepare yourself for the next World Enlightenment Forum?