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A MAP TO READING AND FINDING TOPICS IN HARMONY: Eight Years of Research, Studies, and Articles

William Mesa
November 6, 2019


Bacchetti, Tom. 1997. Some new ways to think about the collective bargaining process. Harmony 5 (Oct): 59-71.

Bell, Daniel. 1977. The coming of post-industrial society. New York: Basic Books.

Belth, Stephen. 1999. The marketing process. Harmony 9 (Oct): 73-85.

Berger, Peter L. and Thomas Luckman. 1967. The social construction of reality. New York: Doubleday.

Boaz, John. 2000. Symphony orchestra organizations in the 21st century. Symphony Orchestra Institute Report. www.soi.org.

Boulez, Pierre. 1986. Orientations. Translated by Martin Cooper, Edited by Jean-Jaque Nattiez. 1981. London: Faber and Faber. (references are to the reprint edition).

Boulian, Paul. 1997. On the path to serious organizational change. Harmony 5 (Oct): 40-45.

2003. A bold experiment: The process. Harmony 16 (Oct): 55-73.

2002. Explorations in governance and leadership: The philadelphia orchestra., Harmony 14 (Apr): 18-33.

Brill, Penny Anderson. 2002. A new avenue for musician’s outreach: Music and wellness. Harmony 15 (Oct): 65-70.

Cahn, William L. 1998 Can symphonic music become popular music? (And other outrageous questions). Harmony 7 (Oct): 61-71.

Cogan, Elaine. 2000. Oregon symphony strategic plan: A consultant’s perspective. Harmony 11 (Oct): 13-15.

Deak, Jon. 2002. Children’s creativity and the symphony orchestra: Can they be brough together? Harmony 14 (Apr): 35-45.

Drucker, Peter F. 1993. Post-capitalist society. New York: Harper Business.

Editors. 1997(a). Musician involvement in symphony orchestra organizations. Harmony 5 (Oct): 1-19.

1997(b). The process of change in the hartford symphony orchestra organization. Harmony 5 (Oct): 21-39.

1998. Symphony orchestra institute organization change consultation. Harmony6 (Apr): xi-xiii.

1999. Louisiana philharmonic orchestra: A cooperative institution. Harmony 9 (Oct): 27-45.

2000 (a). Cultural change in the pittsburgh symphony organization. Harmony 11 (Oct): 24-30.

2000 (b). Hartford symphony orchestra: a work in progress, Harmony 11 (Oct): 16-23.

2001 (a). Building an institute: The new jersey symphony orchestra. Harmony 13 (Oct): 1-11.

2001 (b). How are they doing? Milwaukee symphony orchestra revisited. Harmony 12 (Apr): 39-47.

2001 (c). Gunther Schuller on the role of the conductor. Harmony 12 (Apr): 26-29.

2001 (c). Improving organizational behavior through good practice. Harmony 13 Oct): 53-58.

2002 (a). Collaboration and transparency: The oregon symphony music director search. Harmony 15 (Oct): 34-45.

2002 (b). San francisco: A history of long-tenured board leadership. Harmony 14 (Apr): 59-64.

Editors and Kathy Carroll. 2000. The toledo symphony: Players as staff members a roundtable discussion. Harmony 10 (Apr): 35-45.

Eisen, Saul. 2000. Healing the starfish. Harmony 11 (Oct): 10-12.

Eliot, T.S. 1949. Notes towards the definition of culture. New York: Harcourt, Brace & World.

Fischer, Marilyn and Isaiah Jackson. 1997. Toward a vision of mutual responsiveness: Remythologizing the symphony orchestra. Harmony 4 (Apr): 71-83.

Fogel, Henry. 2000. Are three legs appropriate? Or even sufficient? Harmony 10 (Apr): 11-34.

Freeman, Everette J. 1996. Research issues in orchestra labor relations. Harmony 2 (Apr): 26-41.

Freeman, Robert. 1996. On the future of america’s orchestra. Harmony 3 (Oct): 10-21.

Fu-Yuan, Soong. 1998. Restoring the ecosystem of american classical music through audience empowerment. Harmony 6 (Apr): 28-40.

Gehret, G. Michael. 1997. Symphony orchestra volunteers: Vital resources. Harmony 4 (Apr): 15-24.

Giddens, Anthony. 1979. Central problems in social theory: Action, structure and contradiction in social analysis. Berkeley: University of California Press.

Goodell, Joe. 1999. Leadership and trust. Harmony 9 (Oct): 1-9.

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