Jazz in 2500? iTunes versus Preservation

“Jazz has remained a very accessible art form partly because fans are educated by their own music collections. Albums employed text, photographs and graphi

“Jazz has remained a very accessible art form partly because fans are educated by their own music collections. Albums employed text, photographs and graphic design to illustrate how a network of artists created a musical language together. Without the physical album, online music stores will play a much larger role in teaching new listeners about jazz. While institutions, educators and preservationists will soon face the same challenges, music stores will be the first to use digital interfaces to educate the listening public about jazz.”


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Date:
November 24, 2016
Author:
XPLANE