Free Ensembles and Small (Chamber) Orchestras as Innovative Drivers of Classical Music in Germany

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Free Ensembles and Small (Chamber) Orchestras as Innovative Drivers of Classical Music in Germany. / Barber-Kersovan, Alenka; Kirchberg, Volker.

Innovation in Music : Future Opportunities. Hrsg. / Russ Hepworth-Sawyer; Justin Paterson; Rob Toulson. New York : Routledge Academics, 2021. S. 290-305 (Perspectives on music production series).

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Barber-Kersovan, A & Kirchberg, V 2021, Free Ensembles and Small (Chamber) Orchestras as Innovative Drivers of Classical Music in Germany. in R Hepworth-Sawyer, J Paterson & R Toulson (Hrsg.), Innovation in Music : Future Opportunities. Perspectives on music production series, Routledge Academics, New York, S. 290-305. https://doi.org/10.4324/9780429345388

APA

Barber-Kersovan, A., & Kirchberg, V. (2021). Free Ensembles and Small (Chamber) Orchestras as Innovative Drivers of Classical Music in Germany. in R. Hepworth-Sawyer, J. Paterson, & R. Toulson (Hrsg.), Innovation in Music : Future Opportunities (S. 290-305). (Perspectives on music production series). Routledge Academics. https://doi.org/10.4324/9780429345388

Vancouver

Barber-Kersovan A, Kirchberg V. Free Ensembles and Small (Chamber) Orchestras as Innovative Drivers of Classical Music in Germany. in Hepworth-Sawyer R, Paterson J, Toulson R, Hrsg., Innovation in Music : Future Opportunities. New York: Routledge Academics. 2021. S. 290-305. (Perspectives on music production series). https://doi.org/10.4324/9780429345388

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