I was watching the BBC's popular 'Mastermind' quiz earlier this week and I realise that not everyone is a classical music buff. The general knowledge question was 'Who composed the ballet 'Coppelia' of 1870. I, of course immediately shouted out Delibes. The contestant looked very thoughtful and answered SIBELIUS. I fell about laughing. He had probably given it his best shot. Perhaps the gent had been thinking of works ending in A, e.g. 'Finlandia' or 'Tapiola'. I suppose it was an easy enough slip for a none Sibelian, but I found it funny at the time to think of the five year old Sibelius composing a ballet.