ch 13-16 - Chapter 13 Arts Administration GOALS 1 Gain...

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Chapter 13 – Arts Administration GOALS 1 – Gain awareness that the production and consumption of classical music today is big business, a significant portion of the music industry. 2 – Discover the important organizations representing the interests of the classical music market. 3 – Learn how art music is funded. 4 – Analyze how arts organizations are (or should be) administered. Art music: Repertoire associated with opera, ballet, symphony, and chamber music. Often used interchangeably with classical music or serious music. Not-for-profit: Crossover recording: A recording focused on one market segment that achieves sales in one or more additional markets. ASOL: American Symphony Orchestra League; 900 symphony orchestra. Their magazine is the Symphony . NEA: National Endowment for the Arts, which is part of the National Foundation for the Arts and Humanities. Founded in 1966 by Congress to foster the arts. National Music Council:
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This note was uploaded on 02/10/2012 for the course MGT 101 taught by Professor Staff during the Fall '10 term at Texas State.

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