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54th Annual Holiday Wassail Concert, Chapman University Singers, Chapman University Choir, Chapman University Women's Choir, Chapman Orchestra Dec 2017

54th Annual Holiday Wassail Concert, Chapman University Singers, Chapman University Choir, Chapman University Women's Choir, Chapman Orchestra

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54th Annual Holiday Wassail Concert, Chapman University Singers, Chapman University Choir, Chapman University Women's Choir, Chapman Orchestra Dec 2017

54th Annual Holiday Wassail Concert, Chapman University Singers, Chapman University Choir, Chapman University Women's Choir, Chapman Orchestra

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Video Killed The Radio Star : An Analysis On The Decline In Popularity Of Classical Music, Malinda Yuhas Dec 2017

Video Killed The Radio Star : An Analysis On The Decline In Popularity Of Classical Music, Malinda Yuhas

Student Scholar Symposium Abstracts and Posters

With rapid advances in modern technology and the lack of funding in musical education across the United States, it has been widely accepted that traditional Western classical music is dying. Evidence of shifting preferences in musical genres amongst younger generations and a widening divide between “art” and “pop” music prove classical music’s growing irrelevance in this modern age. To justify this growing issue, Milton Babbit’s article, Who Cares If You Listen? encouraged the alienation of modern audiences from contemporary composers, believing a-tonal music to be made by “specialists” for “specialists”. Others, like the audience agency in London, who ...


Piracy, Policy, And Pandora: Outdated Copyright In A Digital World, Stephanie Caress Dec 2017

Piracy, Policy, And Pandora: Outdated Copyright In A Digital World, Stephanie Caress

Student Scholar Symposium Abstracts and Posters

This project examines how current copyright laws and digital distribution practices in music can be improved for both the creator and the consumer. The laws that govern our digital atmosphere, and thus a large portion of music distribution, are outdated and cause a wide variety of problems for both artists and fans. To create a comprehensive picture and establish the scope of this problem, I start by outlining the process a song goes through from when it is written to when it is in the hands, or rather ears, of listeners. From there, copyright laws are entwined with this process ...


New Horizons Concert Series: People Inside Electronics, Aron Kallay, Nick Terry, Brian Walsh, Louise Thomas, Colin Horrocks, Ian Dicke Oct 2017

New Horizons Concert Series: People Inside Electronics, Aron Kallay, Nick Terry, Brian Walsh, Louise Thomas, Colin Horrocks, Ian Dicke

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