Eine Studie aus den USA bringt es an Licht: Musik braucht für den Erfolg die soziale Komponente. Man ist eher geneigt gut zu finden, was auch der Schulfreund, der Arbeitskollege, der große Bruder oder die Angebetete gut finden.
But when it came to rating the quality of the music, the different groups broadly agreed. Sociologist Matthew Salganik, who conducted the survey, said the complex findings dispelled the idea that “music executives can create stars at will”. He added that success was not relative to the quality of the music. “It also suggests that even if an act creates high quality music, you might not be successful,” he said.via: BBC News

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