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What I find annoying in many documentaries these days is the excessive use of meaningless background music. If a narrative calls for some musical emphasis, fine, but it seems to me that the wall-to-wall music is nothing more than an egregious intrusion. If the music interferes with the spoken narrative, that is not a good thing, since documentaries are all about information on a specific topic. Ken Burns gets it right, but too many lay music on with a trowel.