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Patronage is a ancient concept back into the Roman era.  Many artists and musicians had patronage to help them live creative lives.  

From the Dictionary:

pa·tron·age
ˈpatrənəj,ˈpātrənəj/
noun
noun: patronage
  1. 1.
    the support given by a patron.
    "the arts could no longer depend on private patronage"
    synonyms: sponsorshipbackingfunding, financing, promotionassistancesupport
    "art patronage"
  2. 2.
    the power to control appointments to office or the right to privileges.
    "recruits are selected on merit, not through political patronage"
    synonyms: power of appointment, favoritismnepotism, preferential treatment, cronyism, pork-barreling
    "political patronage"
  3. 3.
    a patronizing or condescending manner.
    "a twang of self-satisfaction—even patronage—about him"
  4. 4.
    the regular business given to a store, restaurant, or public service by a person or group.
    "the direct train link was ending because of poor patronage"
    synonyms: customtradebusiness
    "thank you for your patronage"
  5. 5.
    (in ancient Rome) the rights and duties or the position of a patron.

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