And I'd rather hear Mozart play his music on an 18th century piano, which in photography terms was the equivalent of a very modest camera, greatly lacking in the rich tonality and extended dynamic range of a P45+ (or a Steinway Grand), and didn't even have as many keys as a modern piano (61 as opposed to 88).
Your arguments show NO valid correlation between the camera and piano, nor between a pictorial composition and musical notes.
Apples and oranges.
The camera CONTRIBUTES to composition by supporting the image quality.
The quality of the piano DOES NOT contribute to the writing of music. Sure, during the execution of that written music the piano greatly matters, but NOT when the music is composed. In contrast to this, the camera does in fact matter at the time the composition is made.
See the difference?