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Careers in Music

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Music is a thriving and attractive industry full of opportunities for careers in a broad range of disciplines, but can be tough to break into. Careers in Music provides an insight into the many roles and routes available, looking at the skills and personality types that suit different jobs and the pathways to get that first step on the ladder. Many musicians naturally seek performing positions, but with opportunities in promotion, publicity, law, publishing, producing, management and more, there's a wealth of vocational options for anyone with the right skills and a passion for music. The perfect starting place for anyone interested in a career in the industry, this book has been compiled by an experienced practising musician who has also developed a successful career in music editing in collaboration with key industry figures and experienced practitioners. It provides: Advice on finding the right openings and how to progress Real-life case studies across a range of roles, providing insight into what the job is really like A code to access the Rhinegold Education website for useful links and further information to support what's in the book.

'Above all though, don't do it for the money! Do it because without it in your life you're not truly you.' Tim Elsenburg, Sweet Billy Pilgrim

Music & DanceMusic Books Publisher: Music Sales Ltd Publication Date: 01/01/2013 ISBN-13: 9781780382456  Details: Type: Paperback Format: Books
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Sara Peacock studied at Durham University, obtaining a BA in music and an MA in ethnomusicology. Since the early 1990s she has worked as an editor specialising in music texts, working on books about everything from Baroque string-playing technique to new developments in electroacoustic music; from Monteverdi to Mahler to Morrissey.

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