Economic and social aspects of the performing arts in Japan: symphony orchestras and opera
Kinokuniya, Dec 29, 1988 - Literary Criticism - 431 pages
This book traces the economic and demographic determinants of the rapid growth of classical music ensembles in Japan since 1868, when Western classical music was virtually unknown. The author discusses the history of Japanese symphony orchestras and opera companies, their cost structure and financing, and the demographics of their audiences.
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The Formation of Music Lovers and Concertgoers
The DataThe Compilation of Audience Data Files 139
Appendix Statistical Comparisons of AUD ISUB I File With
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1981 NHK Survey Adorno age distribution age groups AUD I-SUB audience for symphony Baumol and Bowen Bayerische Staatsoper Beethoven Chapter characteristics classical music conductors culture educational attainment Enka favoured female audience Group I orchestras group of audience Hiroyuki Iwaki income classes income quintile indicated institutions instruments Japanese composers Japanese music Japanese orchestras Japanese symphony orchestras Kamigata Mahler male audience Minao Shibata Murray Schafer musical activities musical services musicians NHK Symphony Orchestra Niki Kai audience Notes observations occupational structure opera audience Opera House orchestra audience orchestra personnel orchestras in Tokyo Osaka Philharmonic Osaka Philharmonic Orchestra percentage share performing arts play popular music preference structure production professional profile-points programmes proportion quintile response samples Sapporo Symphony songs Sources statistical Structure of Earnings sub-file subscription audience subscription concerts symphony concerts Table Tchaikovsky Tokyo Philharmonic Tokyo Symphony Tokyo Symphony Orchestra TPO and TSO types of music