Life and work in symphony orchestras

Allmendinger, Jutta; Hackman, J. Richard
June 1996
Musical Quarterly;Summer96, Vol. 80 Issue 2, p194
Academic Journal
Provides information about professional symphony orchestras in the United States, United Kingdom, the former West and East Germany. Differences in the density, structure and operation of orchestras in the four countries; Effect of the orchestra's financial strength to its overall standing; Impact of reunification on East German orchestras.


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