Western European music
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...Corelli, Vivaldi and Bach examples. Using the stylistic features of each, write a summary of the development of instrumental music in the 18th century. Be aware of overall form and musical elements you hear in the examples. Explain the musical terms you use. (10 marks) A. Corelli: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PjAF4gCVARI A. Vivaldi: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xVNo64WfV7o&feature=related J.S. Bach: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VukeVr46QHY The 18th century was the Classical Era during which several changes occurred in the instrumental style.Evolution of classical sonata took place during this era. Sonata form was the basic structure wherein the composers used to write... 1. Listen to the...
Leaman brother
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...Corelli 326). Furthermore, the shareholders had to lose their money since the company was not performing well and it has been recorded that due to the fall... Lehman Brothers Accounting Fraud The Lehman Brothers was once one of the biggest banks and was involved in a very huge accounting scam called the Repo 105 (Hallman 1). What the bank did was that it sold its assets to a company at a discount with the promise of purchasing it back. The bank sold these assets to a company and obtained finance from the company in order to pay off its debts. The bank was then involved in buying back the sold assets and in order to purchase those assets it again had to borrow money. What the bank did was it performed...
'Captain Corelli's Mandolin is a powerful political satire but an unsatisfactory novel'. What is your response to this evaluation?
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...Corellis Mandolin is a powerful political satire but an unsatisfactory novel. What is your response to this evaluation? Because Louis de Bernieres Captain Corellis Mandolin proved, from a personal viewpoint, to be one of the most captivating, unusual and emotionally engaging books ever read, my initial response to the statement was bemusement tempered with resentment. The first was due to the categorical definition of powerful political satire, the latter because of the negativity implied by the term unsatisfactory novel. However, while any literary work may be enjoyed on an emotional level, the critical interpretation expressed in the statement gives pause for thought and requires... 1. Captain...
Baroque Music Play List
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...Corelli among the developers of the Baroque concerto and concerto grosso. . He directed the capella at the cathedral (San Petronio) of Bologna, 1686–1695. He... Baroque Music Play List Antonio Lotti- Crucifixus This is a magnificent , high quality music made for vocal performance. I chose this for I was amazed by its contrapuntal techniques and variety of voices. Lotti produced masses, cantatas, madrigals and around thirty operas and instrumental music. His work is thought to be the bridge between the established baroque and emerging Classical styles. Marin Marais- Passacaille: I chose this music because I admire the way of descending stepwise from the tonic to the dominant pitch of the scale and th...
Political Satire
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...Corelli's Mandolin is a powerful political satire but an unsatisfactory novel'. What is your response to thisevaluation Because Louis de Bernieres' 'Captain Corelli's Mandolin' proved, from a personal viewpoint, to be one of the most captivating, unusual and emotionally engaging books ever read, my initial response to the statement was bemusement tempered with resentment. The first was due to the categorical definition of 'powerful political satire', the latter because of the negativity implied by the term 'unsatisfactory novel'. However, while any literary work may be enjoyed on an emotional level, the critical interpretation expressed in the statement gives pause for thought... 1. 'Captain...
Answer the following 2 questions in two separate essays. Provide specific examples from the novel "Corelli's Mandolin" and the f
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...Corelli’s Mandolin” is complex novel based on anepisodic structure that takes readers from a clam of life on Cephalonia island to the vigorously packed life in Mussolini. Throughout the journey, readers appreciate livelier atmosphere in the saint’s party, the brutal conflict in Albania, the political celebrations in Athens, discourses on the history of Greek and the challenges facing modern combatants. The storyline takes different approaches including the first person and third person; this style breaks boredom in readers. Throughout the novel, the use of variegated styles oscillating between a flow of awareness, social... ?Insert Relationship between Mandras and Pelagia Louis de Bernieres’ “Captain...
Comparison and contrast of 2 composers of the Boroque period. (instructor has 5 composers to chose from
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...Corelli (1653-1713) music career who was the bestselling Baroque musician in Rome. Henry Purcell from England at the same time was the bestselling baroque musician in England. Although he did not live for long before he met his death, Purcell made the very best from the flowering music career. Many prolific composers of the baroque period traced their roots from Rome and Handel was no exception. Most of their compositions was purely based on the roots, and tried to connect their current happenings with their past lifestyles. This approach made their works unique, because it was not an imaginary composition, but they composed on real life situations... 20th February Comparison and Contrast of two...
Origins, Development And History Of Classical Sonata Genre
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...Corelli who developed two forms of Sonata including the ones that were deemed as suitable to be played within church area and the second form was considered appropriate to be used in courts in which a dance usually followed a particular prologue and these musical displays were made following the similar key (Bbc.co.uk 1). The sonata that was played in churches usually comprised of playing of one or two violins... Origins, Development And History ical Sonata Genre Introduction The term sonata in the context of music is used to refer to the portrayal of piece that has been played rather than vocally sung. The term has a profound history and this form of music has experienced several changes until the...
Baroque to Classical Kinds of Music and Composers
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...Corelli and Vivaldi. Vivaldis The Four Seasons is not just an excellent and suggestive bit... Baroque to ical Kinds of Music and Composers To begin with, Baroque music depicts a time and an arrangement of styles of European established music which were in broad use between roughly 1600 and 1750 (“Working and Developing in a Musical Ensemble, 2015”). This period is said to start in music after the Renaissance and to be trailed by the Classical music time. During tis period in the history of classical music the modern orchestra idea was conceived, alongside opera form (counting the prelude, overture, aria, chorus and recitative), sonata, the concerto, and cantata. Johann Sebastian Bach, a prominent...
Borderline Personality Disorder: Theory and Practice
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...Corelli maintains, "a person with this disorder can often be bright and intelligent, and appear warm, friendly and competent. They sometimes can maintain this appearance for a number of years... Borderline Personality Disorder Borderline personality disorder (BPD) has been one of the most important personality disorders defined in DSM-IV and it refers to a protracted disorder of personality function in a human being, usually a person over the age of eighteen years. Significantly, a person with BPD typically exhibits abnormal levels of instability in mood, because this disorder is noted for depth and inconsistency of moods. According to DSM-IV criteria for borderline personality disorder, it is a...
What is Bachs relationship to the very lengthy Baroque era of Western Art music?
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...Corelli. In the mid of the eighteenth century, the focus moved to composers from German namely Handel and Bach. Italy took the prominent part in the formation of genres like cantata, opera just to name a few. In music, the difference among the nations is not only how the music was arranged, but also in performance... What is Bach’s relationship to the very lengthy Baroque era of Western Art music? Profile his technical achievements as acomposer and relate them to at least 2 specific genres. Baroque originated from Portuguese word barroco. It is one of the affluent and the most varied periods in the history of music. Most of the baroque composers came from Italy. They included Vivaldi, Monteverdi and...
Dealing with Problem Employees
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...Corelli narrates that these employees can be tagged as the Grumblers, the Underperformers and the Conflict Creators. However whatever they do usually sends down shivers in the management’s spines. Dealing with these tribulations at the right time and in the right way can however save the management from huge losses as in if management by walking around mode is picked up; regular communication conferences are held, if recruits are permitted to give vent to their complaints at regular interval and they are not for eternity treated as poltergeist because they have a atypical outlook or approach. There are compound evils linked with the dismissal or kicking out the employees upon whose training... ?Cover...
Music005
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...Corelli. In the mid of the eighteenth century, the focus moved to composers from German namely Handel and Bach. Italy took the prominent part in the formation of genres like cantata, opera just to name a few. In music, the difference among the nations is not only how the music was arranged, but also in performance... What is Bach’s relationship to the very lengthy Baroque era of Western Art music? Profile his technical achievements as a composer and relate them to at least 2 specific genres. Baroque originated from Portuguese word barroco. It is one of the affluent and the most varied periods in the history of music. Most of the baroque composers came from Italy. They included Vivaldi, Monteverdi and Cor...
Questions on Music to be answer
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...Corelli, Elizabeth-Claudde Jacquet, George Frideric Handel, Jean-Baptiste Lully, and Henry Purcell among others. The positive effects these music composers employed as court musicians for various royal families include: earning a significant amount of money as court salary for composing chamber music; there was an increased demand for chamber music which made the royal family procure instruments for the musicians so as to provide music exclusively for events in the courts. This was commonly known as the patronage system; assurance of a steady income as compared to other musicians who were paid... Music Question Some notable composers during this time include Johann Bach, Dietrich Buxtehude, Arcangelo...
Important Pieces of Music
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...Corelli, etc. New instrumental playing techniques were developed in this era. Classical era stressed more on the form and symmetry in the arts. The elaborate ornamentation from baroque era gave way to elegance and simplicity in the classical era. The prominent composers of the classical era were Ludwig van Beethoven, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Antonio Salieri, Christoph Willibald Gluck, etc. Following are the six pieces from the two eras that make my list that will be included in the time capsule: Air on a G String Air on a G String is work of Johann Sebastian Bach, not just the greatest composer... 6 Most Important Pieces of Music from the Baroque and ic Periods This paper is targeted at Baroque and...
Baroque and Classic Periods
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...Corelli, etc. New instrumental playing techniques were developed in this era. Classical era stressed more on the form and symmetry in the arts. The elaborate ornamentation from baroque era gave way to elegance and simplicity in the classical era. The prominent composers of the classical era were Ludwig van Beethoven, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Antonio Salieri, Christoph Willibald Gluck, etc. Following are the six pieces from the two eras that make my list that will be included in the time capsule: Air on a G String Air on a G String is work of Johann Sebastian Bach, not just the greatest composer of his... ? 6 Most Important Pieces of Music from the Baroque and ic Periods This paper is targeted at Baroque...
Music Appreciation of Brandenburg Concerto by Johann Sebastian Bach
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...Corelli etc, of which the most important was Johann Sebastian Bach. The paper at hand is a music appreciation of J S Bach’s... ?Music Appreciation of Brandenburg Concerto by Johann Sebastian Bach Introduction: The Baroque period, which lasted for a century and half, is an important phase in the history of music. It is in this period that artists explored and developed a new realm of music, which, although was considered overtly ornamental and decorative during then, is now believed to be a significant era that enabled the transition from the renaissance period to the classical one. The prominent musicians in the Baroque period were Claudio Monteverdi, Antonio Vivaldi, Georg Frederic Handel, Arcangelo...
Health promotion smoking during pregnancy
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...Corelli and Hudmon 2002). Conclusion. Smoking not only leads to infant mortality but has also claimed lives of adults who smoke. Smoking brings complications to one’s health. It causes diseases such as cancer and cardiovascular diseses.People who suffer from other vital diseases such as HIV and stroke should quit smoking since smoking increases the risk of suffering from these diseases. People should be enlightened on the effects of smoking so as to reduce the incidences of deaths caused by smoking... Awareness of Smoking during Pregnancy Introduction. Smoking during pregnancy is very harmful for both the mother and the unborn child. It is important for pregnant mothers to quit smoking during...
Music Appreciation Baroque
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...Corelli etc, of which the most important was Johann Sebastian Bach. The paper at hand is a music appreciation of J S Bach’s... Music Appreciation of Brandenburg Concerto by Johann Sebastian Bach Introduction: The Baroque period, which lasted for a century and half, is an important phase in the history of music. It is in this period that artists explored and developed a new realm of music, which, although was considered overtly ornamental and decorative during then, is now believed to be a significant era that enabled the transition from the renaissance period to the classical one. The prominent musicians in the Baroque period were Claudio Monteverdi, Antonio Vivaldi, Georg Frederic Handel, Arcangelo...
Fashion writing - Oscar Fingal O'Flahertie
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...Corelli among many others. The editor also interacted with the leading consumers of fashion in the elite English society. Key among such was Queen Victoria. The press thus earned Wilde an immense authority over fashion and design making his capable of determining the products that the market consumed. As discussed earlier, Wilde did not design anything, however, he influenced the thoughts and actions of both the designers and their potential consumers thus invoking a sense of interactivity between the two thereby revamping activity in the industry... ?Fashion writing Introduction Born in October 16 1854, Oscar Fingal O'Flahertie Wills Wilde was an Irish poet and known forseveral plays and books. At the...
Oscar Wilde was the fashion editor and critic of' the woman's world'.Analyse his contemporary criticism.
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...Corelli, Olive Schreiner, Mathilde Blind as well as Wilde’s wife Constance and his mother Lady Wilde. In addition, Oscar persuaded some of the well-known writers to contribute to the witting one of them being Arthur Symons. Arthur’s first essay was on one of the major symbol in the symbolist movement “Villiers de I ‘isle Adam” which came out after Wilde... ? Oscar Wilde Oscar Wilde is a renown and gifted poet and playwright. He was widely known for advocating the importance of style in art and life during the Victorian Era that swept London in the late 19th century. Wilde’s greatest participation in journalism was his editing of the periodical article “woman’s world”, which was published in November 1886 ...
Music in The Baroque Period
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...Corelli, Claudio Monteverdi, Jean-Philippe Rameau and Henry Purcell (Arton, “Baroque Composers and Musicians”). The major technical transition that took place in the music of the Baroque period is that it witnessed the development of the functional tonality. During the Baroque period, the composers and performers started initiating wider and elaborate musical ornamentation. Major changes were also incorporated in the notation and its procedure and major development in playing new instrumental techniques were also evolved in the area of music during... ?Music in the Baroque Period Introduction William Shakespeare, the luminary of English literature remarked in his epoch making romantic comedy, “Twelfth...
Music
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...Corelli (1653-1713) was the founder of the Roman violin school. His Concerto Grosso contributed to the formation... … Music/English April 28, Music of the 18th Century Introduction At the turn of the 16th – 17th centuries polyphony, which dominated the music of the Renaissance, began to give way to homophony. Unlike polyphony, where all voices or melody lines are equal, homophony defines one voice or instrument, performing the main theme, and the others, who play the role of backing or accompaniment. The concept of church music has also changed. In the 18th century composers seek to reveal the complexity of human emotions. Some pieces of music appear which were composed under the influence of religious t...
The Trio Sonata in the Baroque Period
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...Corelli, Purcell, Buxtehude, Dall'Abaco, Handel, and Bach has written music in the style of his times, has clothed musical truth and beauty in the aesthetic apparel of his generation 2. That we have substituted another style for the style of these composers is in itself no guarantee that ours is superior to theirs... Running Head: The Trio Sonata in the Baroque Period The Trio Sonata in the Baroque Period The start of the Classic Era is blurred by the continuation of the Baroque basso continuo practice right to the end of the century. And the close of the era is still more blurred, by the absence even of such innovations in scoring and texture as those at the start1. Since history is always in...
CSR- Accounting
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...Corelli, 2010). Accountability when positioned at different levels within an organization can be seen in terms... Index Page Introduction 2 HistoricalDevelopments 3 Reasons for Boost in CSR and Subsequent Developments 3 Theoretical Debate, Interpretation & Disclosure 6 Challenges 9 Governance & Ethics 12 T...
Marketing exam
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...Corelli, n.d.). Steps of developing Effective... Assessment Internal Marketing Internal Marketing is an emerging and new discipline that is being practiced by multi-national companies under dissimilar names. It is also called as internal communication, internal marketing and employee engagement but in essence they all mean the same. The concept of internal marketing is that; “It aligns, empowers and motivates employee at all functional and operational levels to continually deliver the best services to customers who are aligned with the goals of the organizations”. The notion of internal marketing is broader than just communication tactics and employee meetings in order to build employee satisfaction. Ins...
Smoking Cessation Among Nursing Students At A Local University
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...Corelli et al, 2007). In 2007, Curry et al conducted a national survey involving 2453 countries on programs for tobacco cessation among youths. It was found out that there are 3 or more programs in 26% of the counties, 2 programs in 13% of the counties, 1 program in 24% of the counties, and no programs in 38% of the counties. However, the number of smoking cessation programs in a county does not determine the prevalence of smoking... Smoking Cessation among Nursing at a Local Smoking is considered as one of the major causes of severe respiratory illness as well as the co-morbidities that it poses. The agony and torture brought about by the slow progression of diseases brought by smoking such as...
Smoking Cessation Among Nursing Students at a Local University
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...Corelli et al, 2007). In 2007, Curry et al conducted a national survey involving 2453 countries on programs for tobacco cessation among youths. It was found out that there are 3 or more programs in 26% of the counties, 2 programs in 13% of the counties, 1 program in 24% of the counties, and no programs in 38% of the counties. However, the number of smoking cessation programs in a county does not determine the prevalence of smoking or tobacco control expenditures among the youths... ?Smoking Cessation among Nursing at a Local Smoking is considered as one of the major causes of severe respiratory illness as well as the co-morbidities that it poses. The agony and torture brought about by the slow...
Case
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...Corelli had for the longest time been Dickson’s greatest allies who never objected to his requests. They all influenced the board members to approve Kenny as the new CEO, something they did by just a flip. Kenny took the helm of leadership and that is when he became a different person altogether. He was short-tempered always not giving anyone a chance to explain themselves. It was just difficult to deal with him because he never welcomed any sort of advice from anybody. Even on the recommendation of the members of the staff, it was not easy to work with Kenny anymore. Nothing could be done because there were some fictitious deals that were... Case - Manager of Two Styles Preparation Management is an...
Royal Dutch Shell
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...Archangelo, A. D’. (2012). Shell Recognized with Inaugural Chairman’s Innovation Award. totalenergyUSA.com. 29 Nov, 2012. Web. 19 Dec, 2012. B, Octavio. (2009). what are the barriers to innovation in your organization--are they connected to other... ? Royal Dutch Shell FINAL WORD COUNT: 4337 Innovation is the current trend of the world. To stay ahead in the fast race of innovation and technology, practices need to be looked into, new ideas catered and old schools of thought reformed. Innovation is a multi-organizational and multi-departmental process that involves the cooperation of departments like research and development, financial, and marketing; whether the innovation be related to products,...
Johann Sebastian Bach
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...Corelli. The stylistic aspects from the aforementioned Italians enabled Bach to make works, which are played in concerts even to date5. Historical Events in Bach’s Life There are some major events in Bach’s life that influenced and shaped his musical career. When he was 14 years old, Bach was awarded a scholarship that enabled him to study at St. Michaels School. This prestigious school was located in Luneburg. At St. Michaels, Bach juggled the tasks of playing the harpsichords and organs in the school and taking part in the choir. This period of Bach’s life was of great importance as it enabled him... Introduction Johann Sebastian Bach was a revered German composer, whose work was a characteristic of...
Music Appreciation
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...Corelli and Vivaldi. In Weimar, Bach played with the ensemble of the duke, and made large advancements in his career: making use of a full range of keys (Kavanaugh). Bach’s music is remembered for several key and influential features, specifically his use of improvisation on the keyboards, his wide range of influences from all over Europe, his contrapuntal innovation, his use of motivic control, and his commitment to the Church... The term ical music” is a very broad one, referring to the mainstream music produced between the mid-16th century and the beginning of the 20thcentury: a time also known as the common practice period. But the term can be stretched back as far as the 8th century and as far...
Baroque Music
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...Corelli (1653 – 1713) He was violin player whose greatest work, Opus 6 Concerti Grossi, was completed on his deathbed. His styles and techniques were mimicked and emulated throughout all of Italy. Johann Pachelbel (1653 – 1706) He might be considered a “one-hit-wonder” with his Cannon in D, but it cannot be denied that he contributed a great deal to Baroque music. Tomasso Giovanni Albinoni (1671 – 1751) Considering himself as an amateur, Albinoni was a prolific Italian... Walking Through the Baroque Music Era What is Baroque? Baroque Music.Org said the English word baroque was derived from the Italian word barocco, meaning bizarre. It said the use of this term originated in the 1860s, describing...
Walking Through the Baroque Music Era
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...Corelli (1653 - 1713) He was violin player whose greatest work, Opus 6 Concerti Grossi, was completed on his deathbed. His styles and techniques were mimicked and emulated throughout all of Italy. Johann Pachelbel (1653 - 1706) He might be considered a "one-hit-wonder" with his Cannon in D, but it cannot be denied that he contributed a great deal to Baroque music. Tomasso Giovanni Albinoni (1671 - 1751) Considering himself as an amateur, Albinoni was a prolific Italian... Walking Through the Baroque Music Era What is Baroque Baroque Music.Org said the English word baroque was derived from the Italian word barocco, meaning bizarre. It said the use of this term originated in the 1860s, describing...
Why women are more prone to knee injuries than men
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...Corelli. Applied Therapeutics. The Clinical Use of Drugs. 8th ed. Tokyo: Lippincott Williams and Wilkins , 2005 National Institute of Health (NIH) (1994). Consensus statement. Optimum Calcium Uptake. 12 (4): 13 Norkin, CC and Levangie, PK. Joint structure and function: A comprehensive analysis. Philadelphia: FA Davis Co,1992. Parfitt AM. "The two faces of growth: benefits and risks to bone integrity". Osteoporosis International 4(1994): 382. Sapsford, R., JB, Saxton and S, Markwell. Women's Health A Textbook for physiotherapists. Harcourt Brace and Company Asia PTE LTD: Singapore, 1998.15-19, 20-21, 29, 319-320, 134-135, 268, 412-413, 420-422, 424. Thibodeau GA. Anatomy...
Performing arts business management marketing in Asia
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...Corelli Hill as Philharmonic Society that functioned as a musician operated cooperative. The structure ensured that the musicians, conductors and all those who were involved with the production and organization of the concerts had a share in concert’s proceedings. Under this structure... The performing arts are increasingly facing competition from newer modes of entertainment like the movies, portable media like cds and dvds, online content, outdoor sports, theme-parks and popular music. With the economic and demographic changes there has been a change in customer lifestyle in most regions of the world. The customers have become more demanding in terms of the experiences and services that they desire in ...
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