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ANNA GOLDSWORTHY, an Australian pianist and festival director, wrote recently about her fears for her art-form as she played Chopin's funeral-march in B-flat minor. Though we are all headed towards our own funerals, "it is difficult to escape the fact that my audience is several decades further down the road than I am. And I am less and less confident that a new audience will come marching in to replace them."


Read more: http://www.economist.com/blogs/prospero/2016/01/music