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The Q150 Big Jam Live Music Event: Impact of where musicians/musical artists live and work on music projects: Survey responses

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A paper-based survey was completed by musicians, artists and other band members who performed at the Q150 Big Jam live music event in Brisbane in 2009. Participation was voluntary. Musicians/artists who performed were asked to provide free-text responses describing what impact their place of living and working had on their music projects. Multiple responses were recorded. The dataset consists of 86 responses in an excel spreadsheet.

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Terms of use for the data to be determined through negotiation with the primary contact. To arrange access to this data contact the primary contact.

Geographical area of data collection

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Research areas

music festival
live music
Music Performance
video recording

Cite this collection

Graham,Philip. (2010): The Q150 Big Jam Live Music Event: Impact of where musicians/musical artists live and work on music projects: Survey responses. [Queensland University of Technology]. https://doi.org/10.4225/09/58819840b90bf

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Dates of data collection

From 2009-08-31 to 2009-09-06

Connections

Has association with
Philip William Graham  (Researcher)
Is output of

Contacts

Name: Philip Graham

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Date record created:
2010-12-06T13:31:04Z
Date record modified:
2017-01-20T14:55:48
Record status:
Published - Open Access