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Researching Musical Work While in Lockdown 

Andrew Chatora Birmingham City University Since the 20th of March 2020, following the World Health Organisation (WHO) designating Covid-19 a global pandemic, most countries immediately went into lockdown, including the United Kingdom, my home...

Live music taking place before COVID-19. Source: Daniel Lee.

Coronavirus, the cultural catalyst

Daniel Lee, William Baker and Nick Haywood University of Tasmania Social distancing has been introduced in many parts of the world as a preventative response to the threat of the Covid-19 pandemic. As a...

What streaming does to musical work

By Nuné Nikoghosyan University of Geneva While streaming first appeared in the early 2000s and has become an everyday activity, a sociologist of music can’t help but question the reality of streaming services and...

In The Swim of Things: From Folk to Sensitizing Concepts

By Robert Faulkner Professor emeritus, University of Massachusetts Amhersthttp://www.robertfaulkner.org Guest of honour La Rochefoucauld remarked that one can know things well only when one knows them in detail. Yet detail is infinite. Hence our...

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