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volume 2
july 1999

The economic importance of music in the European Union

 





  Part I of: European Music Office, Music in Europe. Brussels, 1996.
by Dave Laing
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  Background to the research
  Executive summary
  Introduction to the music industry
   
1 Recorded music
2 Performing and mechanical rights
3 Concerts and other live performances
4 Musical instrument and consumer audio markets
5 Broadcasting
6 Music in education
7 Subsidy and sponsorship
8 Conclusions
   
  Figures and tables
   
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