If I may take a moment to interject (which may prove to be a foolish move on my behalf), I'm having trouble understanding your argument, FLY, about why orchestral (music without words, let's call it) cannot be analyzed properly. Form what I gather, you say that due to a complete lack of meaning, it becomes impossible/pointless to critique it.
When Clovis8 suggested musical genres such as Jazz, classical and the like, your immediate reponse was that those are bad examples because first, they have no meaning (your original argument) and second, because they are mostly terrible. I'm unclear as to how that supports your argument however. If I say April Story (a movie I quickly tossed out of the Far East bracket first round) is pointless to analyse because it is crap, what kind of argument am I getting at? What value does my argument have if I'm saying one shouldn't not properly analyze April Story because it is crap? Of course I don't think it's worth analyzing: I think the movie sucks. That's just a redundant and evident point of view on my own behalf. On that level, I'm not really convincing anyone why they shouldn't critique April Story. It's just a shitty movie.
You have my word FLY, I don't aim to ridicule you for your taste in music, I'm just trying to have a better grasp of your arguments for a remarkably unique point of view.