Are musicians ‘ordinary workers’?

The debate on the economic and artistic value of musical labour in the first years of the Portuguese Musicians Class Association (1909-1919)

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Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 2016
EventInternational Conference “Working in Music: The M.U., musical labour and employment" - University of Glasgow, Glasgow, United Kingdom
Duration: 14 Jan 201615 Jan 2016

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ConferenceInternational Conference “Working in Music: The M.U., musical labour and employment"
CountryUnited Kingdom
CityGlasgow
Period14/01/1615/01/16

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Silva, M. P. D. (2016). Are musicians ‘ordinary workers’? The debate on the economic and artistic value of musical labour in the first years of the Portuguese Musicians Class Association (1909-1919). Paper presented at International Conference “Working in Music: The M.U., musical labour and employment", Glasgow, United Kingdom.
Silva, Manuel Pinto Deniz. / Are musicians ‘ordinary workers’? The debate on the economic and artistic value of musical labour in the first years of the Portuguese Musicians Class Association (1909-1919). Paper presented at International Conference “Working in Music: The M.U., musical labour and employment", Glasgow, United Kingdom.
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Are musicians ‘ordinary workers’? The debate on the economic and artistic value of musical labour in the first years of the Portuguese Musicians Class Association (1909-1919). / Silva, Manuel Pinto Deniz.

2016. Paper presented at International Conference “Working in Music: The M.U., musical labour and employment", Glasgow, United Kingdom.

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Silva MPD. Are musicians ‘ordinary workers’? The debate on the economic and artistic value of musical labour in the first years of the Portuguese Musicians Class Association (1909-1919). 2016. Paper presented at International Conference “Working in Music: The M.U., musical labour and employment", Glasgow, United Kingdom.