[↠ Who Killed Classical Music?: Maestros, Managers, and Corporate Politics || ✓ PDF Read by ☆ Norman Lebrecht] #2020


  • Title: Who Killed Classical Music?: Maestros, Managers, and Corporate Politics
  • Author: Norman Lebrecht
  • ISBN: 9781559724159
  • Page: 132
  • Format: Hardcover

  • Who Killed Classical Music?: Maestros, Managers, and Corporate Politics By Norman Lebrecht Offers a start to finish history of classical music, explaining how the twentieth century has reached a radical tranformation period in which orchestras have become out of reach to most people, left only to the elite who can afford their exorbitant ticket prices.
    Norman Lebrecht
    Norman Lebrecht born 11 July 1948 in London is a British commentator on music and cultural affairs and a novelist He was a columnist for The Daily Telegraph from 1994 until 2002 and assistant editor of the Evening Standard from 2002 until 2009 On BBC Radio 3, he has presented lebrechtve from 2000 and The Lebrecht Interview from 2006.He has written twelve books about music, which have been translated into 17 languages Coming up in 2010 is Why Mahler , a new interpretation of the most influential composer of modern times See Books for details Also coming back in print is Mahler Remembered Faber, 1987.Norman Lebrecht s first novel The Song of Names won a Whitbread Award in 2003 His second, The Game of Opposites, was published in the US by Pantheon Books A third is in preparation.A collection of Lebrecht columns will be published this year in China, the first such anthology by any western cultural writer A Lebrecht conversation appears monthly in The Strad, magazine of the strings professions.The Lebrecht Interview will return in July 2010 on BBC Radio 3 and there will be further editions of The Record Doctor in New York on WNYC.A year long series of events, titled Why Mahler , will open on London s South Bank in September 2010, curated by Norman Lebrecht.Other works in progress include a stage play and various radio and television documentaries.

    Who Killed Classical Music?: Maestros, Managers, and Corporate Politics By Norman Lebrecht

    Commentaires:

    Matthew Hickey
    This is a sobering, sobering read for anybody labouring under idealistic notions of what life is like within the classical music business It s hard to say you enjoyed something which so skillfully sums up everything that s bad with something you ve held dear for so long, but to the extent that is possible, I can say that this was enjoyable.This book should be compulsory reading for any student contemplating tertiary studies in classical music or any well meaning parent, relative or friend who is [...]

    Lindsey Vereen
    This book is about the decline of classical music in the 20th Century, thanks largely to skyrocketing costs It says so much about the rather ugly business of music It focuses on the the personalities of record producers, agents, and maestros who influenced the business You ll learn about the record and CD business but not so much about streaming music, since the book was published in the 90s You ll learn why there were both 33 1 3 and 45 RPM formats Surprisingly, you ll also learn a bit about pr [...]

    Carolyn
    Although I wanted to get at the information in this book, I could not get past the horribly dry writing and incessant name dropping in every paragraph After having read the first 3 chapters, I have decided to shelf the book for reference purposes It is too bad considering I would have liked to know about the horrors of the music industry.

    Grettle
    Learning that life is the same everywhere, even in the noble arts Money, politics, influence, sex Interesting Appears very well researched.

    Karen
    So depressing This book will upset you but you need to know this information.

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