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Swidler and Hochschild have provided us with some of, in my view, most useful images of action-as-cultural-practice, one that resonates richly with Bourdieu’s lifework. If there are ‘weaknesses’ in the theoretical perspectives of Swidler and Hochschild, and Bourdieu himself, it is that neither has considered action in real time, and neither have considered the warm, hot, cold, cool, ‘tears, laughter, warmth and trembling’7 of actual social being. This lacuna eludes embodiment in social action, including feeling, and it misses an equally critical matter, one moreover that raises the profile of sociomusical studies: investigating music-and-action in real time provides an excellent opportunity for examining the role and importance of feelingin-action and its link to social structure.

So, for example, we asked participants to describe the last three times they had copied or purchased music. Here the focus was not just on their interaction with the music but also on the context within which the activities took place (such as where they were, who they were with, and what other activities they were engaged in). We also asked a more extensive set of questions for the MP3 group. 4. Results We discuss the findings from our interviews in two different sections. Firstly, we dicuss how conventional music media came to be used, in particular music sharing with conventional media but also the ways in which music is collected and arranged by music enthusiasts.

The original focus of our interviews was music sharing, and in particular the social activities that take place around sharing physical music media. However, our data led us to explore music consumption more broadly – sharing is only one part of music practice, and is impacted by a range of other aspects. The tangibility of physical media, for example, encourages the collection of physical media over digital music files. The interviews allowed us to inverstigate how music is important not only for listening to, but also as something that forms a collection, and in turn how that collection can be part of forming an identity.

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