Pete had a conversation with his shy friend Dave from his old concert band "Plain Inspiration"
Pete: Do you like classics?
Pete: Is there any chance you would tell me who your favourite composer is?
Dave: Actually, I don't think I have one.
Pete: Oh come on, every musician who likes classics has a favourite composer.
Dave: Man, I don't know who that could be, Pete.
Pete: Okay, apparently I've got to give you some examples; maybe this could help.
Dave: Well, I think this will not help me but please, go ahead.
Pete: Ok, maybe Gustav Holst, Erik Satie, Georges Bizet or Giacomo Puccini?
Dave: I don't like any of those. By the way, which one is your favourite?
Pete: Okay, this almost seems like you said the truth from the beginning. Maybe you will find an answer in the future.
Well, you should definitely know my favourite composer already.
Who is Pete's favourite composer?
The composers mentioned have no direct relation to the answer.
Their concert band had a poorly designed band logo
Every line of the conversation is important
You won't get far with rational thinking
You can find a piece of the composer(s) in the riddle
Maybe you can find a specific number on the first line (or in another hint)
Won't give hints anymore, because it shouldn't be that hard to solve now. Will offer a bounty in a few days if no one can give the correct answer.
Please do not change the structure of my puzzle since a hint depends on it
Not related to the riddle
Since this is my first post here on Puzzling, I would appreciate any kind of feedback (too easy?, style okay? etc.)