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Classical:NEXT - Crowdfunding, with Steven Walter and Robert Douglass

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Robert Douglass explains how the Open Goldberg Variations project successfully raised $24,000 using Kickstarter, produced and released a new public domain score and recording of Bach's iconic work, ...

Robert Douglass explains how the Open Goldberg Variations project successfully raised $24,000 using Kickstarter, produced and released a new public domain score and recording of Bach's iconic work, and spread the message to thousands of people across the world. This presentation was delivered as part of a seminar on Crowdfunding at the Classical:NEXT music conference in Munich, Germany, on May 31, 2012.

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