Music for the revolution : musicians and power in early Soviet Russia / Amy Nelson.
By: Nelson, AmyMaterial type: TextPublisher: University Park, PA Pennsylvania State University Press c2004Description: xvi, 330 s. illISBN: 0271023694 (hardcover : alk. paper)Subject(s): Music | Music | Musik | Musik | Soviet Union | SovjetunionenDDC classification: 780/.947/0904 Other classification: Ocgde-ma | Kma.52 | Ij | Ijv-ma.52
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Includes bibliographical references and index
Bread, art, and Soviet power: musicians in revolution and Civil War -- The peculiarities of the Soviet modern: NEP culture and the promotion of "contemporary" music -- The three faces of the musical left -- Of "Cast-off barroom garbage" and "Bold revolutionary songs": the problem of popular music, 1923-1926 -- Politics and patronage: state agencies and the development of cultural policy during NEP -- "Training future cadres": modernization and the limits of reform at the Moscow Conservatory -- The music of 1927: commemorating the Tenth anniversary of the revolution and the centennial of Beethoven's death -- Cultural revolution