What about children who go to hear an orchestra perform, say, on a field trip? They don’t know about classical music, the composer, don’t know what the woodwind section is, don’t know what is considered exceptional violin playing, and yet some, maybe not all, will come away having enjoyed the experience. You can have extensive knowledge of a musical form, know its history and all the significant participants, recite all you may have learned about it but because love of music is an emotional response, none of the details matter except to those musicologists who like to rack up information as in the trivial pursuit example which is after all, a game to pass the time.