Funny how they can easily pronounce Tchaikovsky but have difficulty with Black names. And when it came to Joseph Bologne de Saint Georges, they tried to bury it and not pronounce it at all.
Saint-Georges would go on to lead several prominent orchestras and was even employed by Marie Antoinette. He was so prolific that a little-known musician copied his style at the time. That musician was Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart.
Joseph Bologne, who was referred to as the "Black Mozart,” was relegated to the shadows. White musical historians tried to bury his talents and accomplishments, but the truth always comes out. Ne crois pas leurs mensonges.