We showed in Chapter 3 that music is the most clearly separated of all our cultural fields, especially in the second axis. It is the most divided, contentious, cultural field of any that we examine and is central to our concern with probing contemporary cultural dynamics and tensions. In this chapter we supplement our survey responses on respondents’ preferred genreswith questions about their liking and knowledge of eight specific musical works, and link this to narratives on musical taste generated in our focus groups and household interviews.