Music Theory Practice Papers 2017 Abrsm Grade 4

Author: ABRSM
Editor: Theory of Music Exam papers & answers (ABRSM)
ISBN: 9781786010827
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Music Theory Practice Papers 2017

Author: Associated Board of the Royal Schools of Music (Great Britain)
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ISBN: 9781786010827
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ABRSM's official music theory practice papers are essential resources for candidates preparing for ABRSM music theory exams. These Grade 4 practice papers have been adapted from the 2017 Music Theory exam papers to include the new question types that will be in use from 2018.

Music Theory Practice Papers 2017 Abrsm Grade 2

Author: ABRSM
Editor: Theory of Music Exam papers & answers (ABRSM)
ISBN: 9781786010780
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Music Theory Practice Papers 2017 Abrsm Grade 5

Author: ABRSM
Editor: Theory of Music Exam papers & answers (ABRSM)
ISBN: 9781786010841
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Music Theory Practice Papers 2017 Abrsm Grade 1

Author: ABRSM
Editor: Theory of Music Exam papers & answers (ABRSM)
ISBN: 9781786010766
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Music Theory Practice Papers 2019 Abrsm Grade 3

Author: ABRSM
Editor: Theory of Music Exam papers & answers (ABRSM)
ISBN: 9781786013675
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Gender Subjectivity And Cultural Work

Author: Christina Scharff
Editor: Routledge
ISBN: 1317375092
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What is it like to work as a classical musician today? How can we explain ongoing gender, racial, and class inequalities in the classical music profession? What happens when musicians become entrepreneurial and think of themselves as a product that needs to be sold and marketed? Gender, Subjectivity, and Cultural Work explores these and other questions by drawing on innovative, empirical research on the working lives of classical musicians in Germany and the UK. Indeed, Scharff examines a range of timely issues such as the gender, racial, and class inequalities that characterise the cultural and creative industries; the ways in which entrepreneurialism – as an ethos to work on and improve the self – is lived out; and the subjective experiences of precarious work in so-called ‘creative cities’. Thus, this book not only adds to our understanding of the working lives of artists and creatives, but also makes broader contributions by exploring how precarity, neoliberalism, and inequalities shape subjective experiences. Contributing to a range of contemporary debates around cultural work, Gender, Subjectivity, and Cultural Work will be of interest to scholars and students in the fields of Sociology, Gender and Cultural Studies.