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Structure

Band has an interview on a television or radio chat show. All the interviewer seems to be interested in is the lead singer. How do the rest of the band deal with this, bearing in mind that they are being watched by millions of their fans.

Plot

The differences in the band concerning image and style come to a head. They demand a meeting with the recording company executives.

Structure

Meeting between the band and executives in the boardroom.

Band:

Want to stay together and sort out differences.

Executives:

Want the lead singer to go solo and perhaps lay off the rest of the band.

What is the outcome? Is this modern day patronage any different to 18th Century patronage?

Further Work

As part of this drama work the pupils can design promotional posters for the band, find a name, write reports on their progress for the music papers, design costumes and sets for their concerts. But they should be answerable all the time to a recording company executive - possibly teacher in role.

The Experience of Opera, Paul Henry Long, Faber & Faber, 1973

The Larousse Encyclopedia of Music, Ed. Geoffery Hindley, Hamlyn, 1981

The letters of Mozart and his family, I & II, Emily Anderson, Macmillan, 1966

The Life & Times of Mozart, Ed. Enzo Orlandi, Hamlyn, 1969

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