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The musical scene was a maze of competing movements and slogans, many of them claiming to be “new” in one way or another.

I am reading the book Music in the Twentieth and Twenty-First Centuries and on page 106 I thought the sentence above seems ungrammatical according to this answer. To my knowledge that is a run-on sentence and should be connected by a certain conjunction like "and" or "then" or "but" or "either" or others.

The musical scene was a maze of competing movements and slogans, and many of them claimed to be “new” in one way or another.

Another correction is like this:

The musical scene was a maze of competing movements and slogans, many of which claimed to be “new” in one way or another.

But I don't know why it should be "claiming" rather than "claimed"?

I have read this answer, but it seems too sketchy for me to understand that..

The musical scene was a maze of competing movements and slogans, many of them claiming to be “new” in one way or another.

I am reading the book Music in the Twentieth and Twenty-First Centuries and on page 106 I thought the sentence above seems ungrammatical according to this answer. To my knowledge that is a run-on sentence and should be connected by a certain conjunction like "and" or "then" or "but" or "either" or others.

The musical scene was a maze of competing movements and slogans, and many of them claimed to be “new” in one way or another.

Another correction is like this:

The musical scene was a maze of competing movements and slogans, many of which claimed to be “new” in one way or another.

But I don't know why it should be "claiming" rather than "claimed"?

I have read this answer, but it seems too sketchy for me to understand that..

The musical scene was a maze of competing movements and slogans, many of them claiming to be “new” in one way or another.

I am reading the book Music in the Twentieth and Twenty-First Centuries and on page 106 I thought the sentence above seems ungrammatical according to this answer. To my knowledge that is a run-on sentence and should be connected by a certain conjunction like "and" or "then" or "but" or "either" or others.

The musical scene was a maze of competing movements and slogans, and many of them claimed to be “new” in one way or another.

Another correction is like this:

The musical scene was a maze of competing movements and slogans, many of which claimed to be “new” in one way or another.

But I don't know why it should be "claiming" rather than "claimed"?

I have read this answer, but it seems too sketchy for me to understand..

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The musical scene was a maze of competing movements and slogans, many of them claiming to be “new” in one way or another.

I am reading the book Music in the Twentieth and Twenty-First Centuries and on page 106 I thought the sentence above seems ungrammatical according to this answer. To my knowledge that is a run-on sentence and should be connected by a certain conjunction like "and" or "then" or "but" or "either" or others.

The musical scene was a maze of competing movements and slogans, and many of them claimsclaimed to be “new” in one way or another.

Another correction is like this:

The musical scene was a maze of competing movements and slogans, many of which claimsclaimed to be “new” in one way or another.

But I don't know why it should be "claiming" rather than "claims""claimed"?

I have read this answer, but it seems too sketchy for me to understand that..

The musical scene was a maze of competing movements and slogans, many of them claiming to be “new” in one way or another.

I am reading the book Music in the Twentieth and Twenty-First Centuries and on page 106 I thought the sentence above seems ungrammatical according to this answer. To my knowledge that is a run-on sentence and should be connected by a certain conjunction like "and" or "then" or "but" or "either" or others.

The musical scene was a maze of competing movements and slogans, and many of them claims to be “new” in one way or another.

Another correction is like this:

The musical scene was a maze of competing movements and slogans, many of which claims to be “new” in one way or another.

But I don't know why it should be "claiming" rather than "claims"?

I have read this answer, but it seems too sketchy for me to understand that..

The musical scene was a maze of competing movements and slogans, many of them claiming to be “new” in one way or another.

I am reading the book Music in the Twentieth and Twenty-First Centuries and on page 106 I thought the sentence above seems ungrammatical according to this answer. To my knowledge that is a run-on sentence and should be connected by a certain conjunction like "and" or "then" or "but" or "either" or others.

The musical scene was a maze of competing movements and slogans, and many of them claimed to be “new” in one way or another.

Another correction is like this:

The musical scene was a maze of competing movements and slogans, many of which claimed to be “new” in one way or another.

But I don't know why it should be "claiming" rather than "claimed"?

I have read this answer, but it seems too sketchy for me to understand that..

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The musical scene was a maze of competing movements and slogans, many of them claiming to be “new” in one way or another.

I am reading the book Music in the Twentieth and Twenty-First Centuries and on page 106 I thought the sentence above seems ungrammatical according to this answer. To my knowledge that is a run-on sentence and should be connected by a certain conjunction like "and" or "then" or "but" or "either" or others.

The musical scene was a maze of competing movements and slogans, and many of them claims to be “new” in one way or another.

Another correction is like this:

The musical scene was a maze of competing movements and slogans, many of which claims to be “new” in one way or another.

But I don't know why it should be "clamming""claiming" rather than "clams""claims"?

I have read this answer, but it seems too sketchy for me to understand that..

The musical scene was a maze of competing movements and slogans, many of them claiming to be “new” in one way or another.

I am reading the book Music in the Twentieth and Twenty-First Centuries and on page 106 I thought the sentence above seems ungrammatical according to this answer. To my knowledge that is a run-on sentence and should be connected by a certain conjunction like "and" or "then" or "but" or "either" or others.

The musical scene was a maze of competing movements and slogans, and many of them claims to be “new” in one way or another.

Another correction is like this:

The musical scene was a maze of competing movements and slogans, many of which claims to be “new” in one way or another.

But I don't know why it should be "clamming" rather than "clams"?

I have read this answer, but it seems too sketchy for me to understand that..

The musical scene was a maze of competing movements and slogans, many of them claiming to be “new” in one way or another.

I am reading the book Music in the Twentieth and Twenty-First Centuries and on page 106 I thought the sentence above seems ungrammatical according to this answer. To my knowledge that is a run-on sentence and should be connected by a certain conjunction like "and" or "then" or "but" or "either" or others.

The musical scene was a maze of competing movements and slogans, and many of them claims to be “new” in one way or another.

Another correction is like this:

The musical scene was a maze of competing movements and slogans, many of which claims to be “new” in one way or another.

But I don't know why it should be "claiming" rather than "claims"?

I have read this answer, but it seems too sketchy for me to understand that..

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