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The Resource Music and Soviet power, 1917-1932, Marina Frolova-Walker & Jonathan Walker

Music and Soviet power, 1917-1932, Marina Frolova-Walker & Jonathan Walker

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Music and Soviet power, 1917-1932
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Music and Soviet power, 1917-1932
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Marina Frolova-Walker & Jonathan Walker
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Summary
The book not only provides a detailed and nuanced depiction of the early Soviet musical landscape, but brings it to life by giving voice to the leading actors and commentators of the day. The vibrant public discourse on music is presented through a selection of press articles, reviews and manifestos, all supplied with ample commentary. These myriad sources offer a new context for our understanding of Shostakovich, Prokofiev and Myaskovsky, while also showing how Western music was received in the USSR
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non fiction
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  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
Music and Soviet power, 1917-1932, Marina Frolova-Walker & Jonathan Walker
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Music and Soviet power, 1917-1932, Marina Frolova-Walker & Jonathan Walker
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http://www.jstor.org/stable/10.7722/j.ctt1x741p
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Includes bibliographical references (pages 381-389) and index
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online resource
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cr
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Contents
  • October 1917-18 : Out of chaos -- 1919 : Depression and fever -- 1920 : Bureaucracy on the rise -- 1921 : Should I stay or should I go? -- 1922 : Just like the old days? -- 1923 : The birth of ASM and RAPM -- 1924 : ASM in the ascendant -- 1925 : Equilibrium -- 1926 : Guests from the west -- 1927 : Celebrations -- 1928 : At the crossroads -- 1929 : Velikiy perelom : the great turning point --1930 : RAPM's glorious year? -- 1931 : RAPM's fortunes turning -- 1932 : The rules change
  • Art and the proletariat
  • A. Davidenko
  • 1932 : The rules change.
  • On the restructuring of literary and artistic organisations. Resolution of the Central Committee of the VKP(b) of 23 April 1932
  • On the music front
  • A symphony of struggle : on Myaskovsky's twelfth Symphony
  • D. Kabalevsky
  • A tragedy-satire (Lady Macbeth of the Mtsensk District)
  • D. Shostakovich
  • The opera and the composer (Lady Macbeth of the Mtsensk District)
  • M. Grinberg
  • 'R.'
  • Music of the 'third estate' (On the ballet The flames of Paris)
  • Igor Glebov
  • In the carriage (Sergei Prokofiev : marking his arrival in the Soviet Union)
  • VI. Derzhanovsky
  • 1919 : Depression and fever.
  • Declaration of the Music Section (of Narkompros)
  • Musical responses
  • Ant. Dianov
  • On Wagner
  • Vyacheslav Ivanov
  • 1920 : Bureaucracy on the rise.
  • Petrushka at the Academy Opera and Ballet Theatre
  • Frontcover; Contents; Preface; Acknowledgements; Note on transliteration; Chronology of Political and Musical Events
  • Andrey Levinson
  • Chaliapin in the Soviet
  • Victor Serge
  • 1921 : Should I stay or should I go?
  • The Christmas tree at the Mikhailovsky Theatre
  • N. Strelnikov
  • Eyes and wings : under the impression of Scriabin concerts at the Philharmonia
  • Anatoliy Kankarovich
  • Impressions (On Isadora Duncan)
  • M. Zagorsky
  • October 1917-18 : Out of chaos.
  • 1922 : Just like the old days?
  • The revolutionary years in music
  • L. Sabaneyev
  • The Symphony of sirens, and the Baku experiment
  • Arseny Avraamov
  • 1923 : The birth of ASM and RAPM.
  • On the romantic R.S.F.S.R : a conversation with the composer Ya. Polferov
  • The Association of Proletarian Musicians (Composers, Teachers, and Performers)
  • A musical cul-de-sac
  • A. Sergeyev
  • Opera and its new audience
  • 1924 : ASM in the ascendant.
  • Those on the other side
  • A. Sergeyev
  • Diatribes
  • 'Communist'
  • A statement by a group of Moscow State Conservatoire professors
  • The struggle for the commune, or The exploded bomb / N. Malkov
  • Composers! Keep up!
  • Igor Glebov
  • Ideological platform of the Russian Association of Proletarian Musicians
  • N. Petrov
  • 1925 : Equilibrium.
  • For Red Petrograd
  • N. Malkov
  • Foxtrot : the dance and the music
  • V. Blyum
  • Sergey Prokofiev's third Concerto
  • Igor Glebov
  • 1926 : Guests from the West.
  • 'Production' music : on Kastalsky's Village symphony
  • Victor Belyayev
  • The tasks of the Music Section (of Moscow Proletkult)
  • The double-faced Janus
  • Jazz-band in Moscow
  • Nikolai Malko
  • A letter from Komsomol members in the Conservatoire to Cmrd A.V. Lunacharsky and Cmrd A.V. Lunacharsky's response
  • 1927 : Celebrations.
  • The 'left' wing of contemporary music
  • The red poppy at the Bolshoi
  • 'Sadko'
  • 1928 : At the crossroads.
  • At Der Sprung über den Schatten
  • B. Krasin
  • A. Lunacharsky
  • The path of October
  • N. Vygodsky
  • Johnny at the state Maly Opera House
  • I. Sollertinsky
  • 1929 : Velikiy perelom : the great turning point.
  • Bartók and the problem of folk music
  • A. Weprik
  • The third musical Olympiad in Leningrad
  • Boris Filippov
  • A lull
  • The ballet Steps of steel and its composer, Prokofiev
  • Yu. Keldysh
  • The nose : an opera by D. Shostakovich
  • D. Zhitomirsky
  • 1930 : RAPM's glorious year?
  • Can a phone call be sung? Notes on The wind from the north
  • 'Uriel'
  • Letter to the editors (of Proletarian musician)
  • N. Malko
  • Our mass music (excerpts)
  • Igor Glebov
  • L. Lebedinsky
  • 1931 : RAPM's fortunes turning.
  • A Kiev newspaper on Shostakovich's ballet (The golden age)
  • Heavenly 'idyll', or fascism in priestly garb
  • N. Vygodsky
  • Under a proletarian veil
  • 'Terzetto'
  • Music for the film Alone
  • Kl. Korchmaryov
  • How I worked on the song 'They wanted to beat us'
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1 online resource (xxvii, 404 pages)
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