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  • Guy Morrow and Fangjun Li Share Their Presentation “Survey of Australian Music Industry:The
  • Ecological System and Copyright Protection” in The First Music Industry Forum 2014
  • 来源:School of Music and Recording Arts   | 日期:2014-11-07      
  • 6th Nov 2014, on the seminar of 2014 Music Industry Forum held at International Communication Center of Communication University of China, Guy Morrow from Macquarie University in Australia, along with Dr Fangjun Li, gave an speech on The Ecological System and Copyright Protection, introducing the background of development of Australian music industry, explaining definitions of creation and copyright in Australia, analyzing the future of Australian artists.

    Professor Guy Morrow stated that music industry in Australia owns a share of 1.5%~2% in the global market. Compared to the US, imports of Australian music industry are far less than exports. Import and export trades rely on transnational corporations, and Asia is an important target for exports of Australian music. An increasing number of musicians are touring in cities like Guangzhou, Shenzhen, Hongkong in China. Morrow predicted that the simple patterns like DOWN (passive acceptance of audience) or UP (domination of audience) will be undesirable, and that we have to explore new methods.

    Professor Guy Morrow is the vice chancellor of Macquarie University, professor of musicology, co-founder of Music Industry Institute of Macquarie University, co-owner of the New Music Industry Development Strategy Research Fund. His research directions include creative psychology, team creativity, management creativity, the results of which have a wide application prospect. He has been awarded with Gold and Platinum Awards from ARIA, and a CMC Australian Video of the Year Award. He also has written publications such as Music Creates The Psychology of Musical Creativity: A Case Study of Creative Conflict in a Nashville Studio, Strategic Leadership in China's Music Industry During the second half of the 1990s, The Macro/International Music Business: Australian Trajectories and Perspectives.

    Professor Fangjun Li, also from Macquarie University, studied in Macquarie University and Wuhan Conservatory of Music, majoring in Art Management, Chinese Traditional Music Theory and piano. He now work as teacher of piano and Music Theory at ARIA music Institute, coordinator of China-Australia music industry practice and research. His research realms include music industry, creativity industry, art management and music culture. He has published academic papers such as a brief history of china’s music industry, Chinese Music Industry Base: A New Pattern, Audience and Opportunity: Music Industry and Chinese Music Industry, Chinese Record Industry: Shanghai views.

     

     

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