Report that investigates the problems of negotiating economic and cultural understandings of value.
Report attempting to detail of changes to the live music sector between 2005 and 2009, following the Licensing Act 2003.
Report, including committee minutes along with oral and written evidence, on the matter of ‘ticket touting’, i.e. the secondary market.
An outline of the practical issues to consider in undertaking a substantive and systematic study of the economic impact of live music in the UK
In the second of our guest blog posts, Dr Dave Allen from the University of Portsmouth writes about popular music in Portsmouth from 1944 till 1969. For more about the project, see the website here, or read Dave’s excellent blog. Pompey Pop In 2010 I came to Edinburgh University to describe my project “Pompey Pop” which covers popular music in …
A paper on the flowering of musical life in England in the nineteenth century, with a focus on concert promotion, and using Bradford as a case study.
An historical study of the role of the opera impresario in Italy from the eighteenth- to the twentieth-centuries.
A semi-autobiographical account in which Sir Alan Peacock examines the subject of arts funding.
A collection of eight essays, from three continents, with an ethnomusicological emphasis, including a chapter on Music Clubs and Ensembles in San Francisco.
A study of concert life in Vienna between 1760 and 1810.