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  1. hace 3 días · The Mongol Empire emerged from the unification of several nomadic tribes in the Mongol homeland under the leadership of Genghis Khan ( c. 1162 –1227), whom a council proclaimed as the ruler of all Mongols in 1206. The empire grew rapidly under his rule and that of his descendants, who sent out invading armies in every direction.

  2. › wiki › Tahmasp_ITahmasp I - Wikipedia

    Hace 19 horas · Ascending the throne after the death of his father on 23 May 1524, the first years of Tahmasp's reign was marked by civil wars between the Qizilbash leaders until 1532, when he asserted his authority and began an absolute monarchy. He soon faced a longstanding war with the Ottoman Empire, which was divided into three phases.

  3. Hace 19 horas · sir muhammad iqbal kt ( urdu: محمد اقبال; 9 november 1877 – 21 april 1938), was a south asian muslim writer, [1] [2] philosopher, [3] and politician, [4] whose poetry in the urdu language is considered among the greatest of the twentieth century, [5] [6] [7] [8] and whose vision of a cultural and political ideal for the muslims of british-ruled …

    • Business Structure
    • History of Printed Music and Recorded Music
    • Sales Statistics
    • by Region
    • Associations and Organizations
    • References
    • Further Reading
    • External Links

    The main branches of the music industry are the live music industry, the recording industry, and all the companies that train, support, supply and represent musicians. The recording industry produces three separate products: compositions (songs, pieces, lyrics), recordings (audio and video) and media (such as CDs or MP3s, and DVDs). These are each ...

    Early history: Printed music in Europe

    Music publishing using machine-printed sheet music developed during the Renaissance music era in the mid-15th century. The development of music publication followed the evolution of printing technologies that were first developed for printing regular books. After the mid-15th century, mechanical techniques for printing sheet music were first developed. The earliest example, a set of liturgical chants, dates from about 1465, shortly after the Gutenberg Bible was printed. Prior to this time, mu...

    Advent of recorded music and radio broadcasting

    At the dawn of the early 20th century, the development of sound recording began to function as a disruptive technology to the commercial interests which published sheet music. During the sheet music era, if a regular person wanted to hear popular new songs, he or she would buy the sheet music and play it at home on a piano, or learn the song at home while playing the accompaniment part on piano or guitar. Commercially released phonograph records of musical performances, which became available...

    Rise of digital online distribution

    In the first decade of the 2000s, digitally downloaded and streamed music became more popular than buying physical recordings (e.g. CDs, records and tapes). This gave consumers almost "friction-less" access to a wider variety of music than ever before, across multiple devices. At the same time, consumers spent less money on recorded music (both physically and digitally distributed) than they had in the 1990s. Total "music-business" revenues in the U.S. dropped by half, from a high of $14.6 bi...

    Digital album volume sales growth in 2014

    According to IFPI,the global digital album sales grew by 6.9% in 2014. Source: Nielsen SoundScan, Official Charts Company/BPI, GfK and IFPI estimate.


    Prior to December 1998, the industry was dominated by the "Big Six": Sony Music and BMG had not yet merged, and PolyGramhad not yet been absorbed into Universal Music Group. After the PolyGram-Universal merger, the 1998 market shares reflected a "Big Five", commanding 77.4% of the market, as follows, according to MEI World Report 2000: 1. Universal Music Group — 21.1% 2. Sony Music Entertainment — 17.4% 3. EMI — 14.1% 4. Warner Music Group — 13.4% 5. BMG — 11.4% 6. Independent labels combined...

    Albums sales and market value

    Total album sales have declined in the early decades of the 21st century, leading some music critics to declare the death of the album. (For instance, the only albums that went platinum in the US in 2014 were the soundtrack to the Disney animated film Frozen and Taylor Swift's 1989, whereas several artists did in 2013.)The following table shows album sales and market value in the world in 2014. Source: IFPI 2014 annual report.

    The List of music associations and organizationscovers examples from around the world, ranging from huge international bodies to smaller national-level bodies.


    1. Krasilovsky, M. William; Shemel, Sidney; Gross, John M.; Feinstein, Jonathan (2007), This Business of Music (10th ed.), Billboard Books, ISBN 0-8230-7729-2

    Lebrecht, Norman: When the Music Stops: Managers, Maestros and the Corporate Murder of Classical Music, Simon & Schuster 1996
    Imhorst, Christian: The 'Lost Generation' of the Music Industry, published under the terms of the GNU Free Documentation License2004
    Gerd Leonhard: Music Like Water – the inevitable music ecosystem
    The Methods Reporter: Music Industry Misses Mark with Wrongful Suits
  4. › wiki › Ray_DaviesRay Davies - Wikipedia

    Hace 19 horas · Sir Raymond Douglas Davies CBE ( / ˈdeɪvɪz / DAY-viz; [1] born 21 June 1944) is an English singer, songwriter and musician. He was the lead singer, rhythm guitarist and main songwriter for the Kinks, which he led with his younger brother, Dave. He has also acted, directed and produced shows for theatre and television.

  5. › try-https-en › wikiYuan dynasty - Wikipedia

    30/06/2022 · ᠤᠯᠤᠰ, Yeke Yuwan Ulus, literally "Great Yuan State" [note 4] ), was a successor state to the Mongol Empire after its division and an imperial dynasty of China [note 2] established by Kublai (Emperor Shizu), leader of the Mongol Borjigin clan, lasting from 1271 to 1368.