Balkan Music Industries Between Europeanisation and Regionalisation: Balkan Music Awards
Keywords:Balkan music, regional music industries, Balkan music awards, Europeanization, Balkanika Music Television
Taking the regional music event “Balkan Music Awards” – presented as the Eurovision of the Balkans – as a case study, the article explores the ways in which the assumed exotic value of Balkan music and the existing sonic image of the Balkans are employed with the aim of invigorating the regional music market as a process of reorganizing “post–national” musical productions.
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Hofman, A. (2014). Balkan Music Industries Between Europeanisation and Regionalisation: Balkan Music Awards. Musicological Annual, 50(1), 157–174. https://doi.org/10.4312/mz.50.1.157-174
Copyright (c) 2014 Ana Hofman
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