(Un)popular music and young audiences: Exploring the classical chamber music concert from the perspective of young adult listeners

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Dearn, L.K.; Pitts, S.E.;
(2017)
  • Publisher: Intellect

This empirical study explores the responses of 40 young people to a chamber music concert, considering how their greater experience of popular music listening formed a frame of reference for their responses to live classical music. Using qualitative methods including th... View more
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