Analysis of Music Products Under the Market Economy

Leping YANG

Abstract


In the institution of market economy, music products exist not only in the form of resting spirit, but also have the attributes of goods, which are integrations of emotions and money. This paper analyses the commodity attribute of music, and elaborates how to open the music market from several aspects like music creation, industrialized operation, how to develop and how to o product marketing and so on.


Keywords


Music; Product; Market economy

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/4302

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