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20:50 Jul 16, 2002
Spanish to English translations [PRO] Music / Music
Spanish term or phrase:"asociaciones artificiales"
This expression is taken from a text about Jazz music. It's a comment from a jazz purist who regarded the creation of jam sessions (sticking together musicians with very different styles)as "asociaciones artificiales".
Explanation: This is a term used for associations that are between colleagues, but do not have an official acronym or name.
... From these informal associations came the Lowery Music Group in the mid-50s and
the world was introduced to the writing talents of such great Lowery proteges ... www.crb.org/temp/awards/djhof/Lowery.htm
... Critical analysis of representative institutions, formal and informal associations,
and the ... SOC 322 SOCIOLOGY OF POPULAR MUSIC A sociological analysis of the ... www.csc.vsc.edu/academics/sociology/ SOCIOLOGcourses.html
The Internet backlash
... of new types of flat, bottom-up organizations and large informal associations ... but
licensed with restricted usage conditions to the consumer of, say, a music CD ...
Description: With a mixture of technological fixes and legal pressures, large institutions are trying extend copyright...
Category: Society > Issues > ... > Copyrights > Digital Millennium Copyright Act www.heise.de/tp/english/inhalt/te/9409/1.html