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Philip Graham

Philip Graham

Professor Graham is Head of Music and Sound at Queensland University of Technology

The Cost of the Uncollective Unconsciousness

Musicians’ Mean Income Below Poverty Line No Standard Pricing Models for Musical Labour Performance Labour Concluding Remarks Author References   ”Phil Graham takes a look at the vexed issue of musicians’ incomes. How can incomes be lifted if musicians undermine

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Don’t Put Your Daughter on the Stage, Mrs Worthington…

Challenges Musicianship Technology Business and entrepreneurship Law Communication Concluding notes Author References Phil Graham outlines unavoidable facts about life as a professional musician and proposes that career education must respond to them. Challenges Thorstein Veblen makes the following note on

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Why the Music Business Matters

Political Economy, Economics, and Culture Economic, Health and Happiness Values Why it Matters: Music Heralds Broader Changes Why Does Music Lead the Way? Increasing Complexity Is Music Predicting a Dire General Future for Creative Workers? Author References Political Economy, Economics,

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Digital Value Chains for Music Promotion, Licensing, and Sales

Author’s note Background Winners and Losers: An Overview of Revenue Trends Digital Growth Detail of Digital Music Value Chains iTunes Facts of Significance Amazon MP3 Google Music Aggregators (Digital Distribution Services) Subscription services Low Payments to Artists Subscriber Issues Facebook

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