Understanding the classical music profession is an essential resource for educators practitioners and researchers who seek to understand the careers of classically trained musicians and the extent to which professional practice is reflected within existing classical performance based music education and training. Understanding the classical music profession the past the present and strategies for the future dawn elizabeth bennett ashgate publishing ltd 2008 music 168 pages 0 reviews this volume investigates the careers of classically trained instrumental musicians how they spend their time the skills and attributes required to develop and . Understanding the classical music profession the past the present and strategies for the future by dawn bennett aldershot ashgate 2008 256 pp hardback 5000 isbn 9780754659594 volume 27 issue 2 angeliki triantafyllaki. Pdf extract from synopsis understanding the classical music profession fills a fundamental gap in the market and is essential reading for educators practitioners and researchers who seek . Table 3 understanding the classical music profession 42 musician with the result that musicians were forced to take additional employment such as teaching in order to survive operatic orchestras employed professional musicians and tended towards a much higher standard than their amateur counterparts
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