Fate of the classics II

Marty, Martin E.
February 1997
Christian Century;2/19/97, Vol. 114 Issue 6, p207
Compares the woes of the classical music industry with that of the mainstream religion. Recent classic best-sellers; Adaptation in the music business; Crowd appeal and the integrity of faith; Virtues and liabilities that go with the concept.


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