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The classical music industry

Author: Christopher Dromey; Julia Haferkorn
Publisher: New York, NY : Routledge, 2018. ©2018
Series: Routledge research in creative and cultural industries management.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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The Classical Music Industry maps the industry's key networks, principles and practices across such sectors as recording, live, management and marketing: essentially, how the cultural and economic practice of classical music is kept mobile and alive. The book examining pathways to professionalism, traditional and new forms of engagement, and the consequences of related issues--ethics, prestige, gender and class--for  Read more...
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Additional Physical Format: ebook version :
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Christopher Dromey; Julia Haferkorn
ISBN: 9781138203693 1138203696
OCLC Number: 1030444294
Description: xvi, 270 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
Contents: Part I. Principles and practices. Classical music, copyright, and collecting societies / Brian Inglis --
Growing a forest : the changing business of classical music publishing / Sarah Osborn --
Evolving business models in the classical record industry / Marius Carboni --
Managing artists in the classical sector : definitions and challenges / Atholl Swainston-Harrison --
On classical music competitions / Glen Kwok and Christopher Dromey --
Part II. Identity and diversity. Uncertain capital : class, gender, and the imagined futures of young classical musicians / Anna Bull --
Inequalities in the classical music industry : the role of subjectivity in constructions of the ideal classical musician / Christina Scharff --
Lifespan perspective theory and (classical) musicians' careers / Dawn Bennett and Sophie Hennekam --
Reimagining classical music performing organisations for the digital age / Brian Kavanagh --
Part III. Challenges and debates. Is classical music a living or heritage art form? / Susanna Eastburn --
Dancing to another tune : classical music in nightclubs and other non-traditional settings / Julia Haferkorn --
Curating classical music : towards a synergetic concert dramaturgy / Masa Spaan --
Talking about classical music : radio as public musicology / Chris Dromey.
Series Title: Routledge research in creative and cultural industries management.
Responsibility: edited by Chris Dromey and Julia Haferkorn.

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The Classical Music Industry maps the industry's key networks, principles and practices across such sectors as recording, live, management and marketing: essentially, how the cultural and economic practice of classical music is kept mobile and alive. The book examining pathways to professionalism, traditional and new forms of engagement, and the consequences of related issues--ethics, prestige, gender and class--for anyone aspiring to 'make it' in the industry today.--

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