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Musik und Gesellschaft und viele, viele Essays

Musik und Gesellschaft und viele, viele Essays

  Musikgeschichten gibt es ja zuhauf, doch was sich Judith Kemp, Alexandra Ziane und Frieder Reininghaus hier ausgedacht haben, ist dann doch etwas völlig Neues und sehr Erfreuliches. Anstatt wie üblich den Bogen streng chronologisch und meistens europazentriert vom Mittelalter zur Neuzeit zu spannen, haben die Herausgeber hier einen ungewöhnlichen...

Dreimal Kunst in Coronazeiten – Veranstaltungstipps

Dreimal Kunst in Coronazeiten – Veranstaltungstipps

Auf gefühlt tausenden von Theater-und Veranstaltungswebseiten kann man im Moment Zeilen lesen wie: „Das Coronavirus hat große Bereiche des privaten und öffentlichen Lebens weiter fest im Griff…deswegen…“. Die Notwendigkeit einer klaren Informationspolitik zwingt alle dazu, endlos etwas zu wiederholen, was eh schon jeder weiß…oder gibt es wirklich noch irgendjemanden, der noch nicht von der Pandemie gehört hat?

A Conductor’s Lament (Part 5, Conclusion)

Since most of the relations between music institutes and agencies takes place behind the scenes, it is only natural that it is rife with corruption and criminal behavior. Like many other immoral environments in the music world, everybody seems to turn a blind eye to these occurrences. It is a well-known fact among musicians that some prominent agencies even engage in criminal financial dealings with institutes and clients.

trptk – it’s not about genre, it’s about the sound

In a time where the CD as a medium is constantly declared extinct it is quite remarkable that new labels are founded. It has been long known that it is easier for smaller labels (usually run by only a handful of people) to survive in the constantly changing music market than for some of the former major players, who were used to work with big budgets and big outfits and now are slowly becoming more like agencies, mainly living from the promotion and marketing of their stars and taking a share of their concert fees.

Everything that is wrong in „Mozart in the Jungle“, season 4, episode 7: „We’re not Robots“

“when we get bored, you will hear a bell” (Sadako) seems like a vey harsh and debatable concept when judging rehearsals. In reality there would be the same allotted time slot for everybody involved. Why is this competition so famous? It is extremely chaotic, unfair and bizarre!

Everything that is wrong in „Mozart in the Jungle“, episode 5, season 4 „The Coach“

9:41: again, crazy blond dancer is continuing to move intensely on the chair in the background, while Egon rehearses something in which she is not involved at all. That gal just loves to dance, does she? Or rather the director said “Be artistic! I want you to move all the time, no matter what!”