Covid Arts - The Show Must Go On(line) - Music in Quarantine

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Covid Arts - The Show Must Go On(line) - Music in Quarantine. / Barber-Kersovan, Alenka; Kirchberg, Volker.

in: The European Sociologist , Jahrgang 46, Nr. 2, 2021.

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title = "Covid Arts - The Show Must Go On(line) - Music in Quarantine",
abstract = "After the complete lockdown of public life, musical eco-systems as they existed before the Covid-19 crisis came to a sudden stop. Experiencing the musical scene as a rather static one and not prone to change, one might be surprised by the speedy, and sometimes desperate, action-taking, and the creativity of reactions with which different strands of musical life tried to adjust to the new conditions. They encompass all participants in musical life, musicians and their fans, orchestras and bands, musical organisations, and political bodies.",
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author = "Alenka Barber-Kersovan and Volker Kirchberg",
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N2 - After the complete lockdown of public life, musical eco-systems as they existed before the Covid-19 crisis came to a sudden stop. Experiencing the musical scene as a rather static one and not prone to change, one might be surprised by the speedy, and sometimes desperate, action-taking, and the creativity of reactions with which different strands of musical life tried to adjust to the new conditions. They encompass all participants in musical life, musicians and their fans, orchestras and bands, musical organisations, and political bodies.

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