I knew we were speaking two different languages. Music, is music. Treating it as intellectual property is another discussion entirely. It is not their “music” which is “expensive” for anyone else’s purposes, but rather that anyone-else’s right to use it.
Granted, the whole of your piece is so off-target and clueless, that I may have missed the nuances of your viewing art, as property. When you say “music is expensive”, I take that to mean, you know, “music is expensive.” Which as I said, doesn’t even make any sense.