GLENDALE (CBSLA) — The lilting sound of live, classical music outside the Alex Theatre in Glendale were actually a protest of Disney CEO Bob Iger.

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Violinists, trumpet players and other musicians from the American Federation of Musicians gathered outside the theater where Iger was doing a book signing Tuesday night.

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The “Band Together Campaign” wants Disney and other major movie and TV studios to grant fair contracts on streaming services. Studios are reportedly refusing to grant industry-standard residuals and wages.

While some of the musicians played loudly outside the theater, others carried signs that said, “Iger, Do You Value Musicians?” and “Musicians Demand A Fair Contract” and marched in front of the entrance.

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Iger is on a tour promoting his first book called “The Ride of A Lifetime,” in which he shares the values he embraced while reinventing the Walt Disney Company.