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Title Retuning culture : musical changes in Central and Eastern Europe / edited by Mark Slobin.

Imprint Durham : Duke University Press, c1996.

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Location Call No. Status
 GDL Brand Library Non-Fiction    780.947 RET    DUE 01-02-20
Description vi, 310 p. ; 23 cm.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (p. [277]-291) and index.
Contents Dmitri Pokrovsky and the Russian folk music revival movement / Theodore Levin -- Kundera's musical Joke and "folk" music in Czechoslovakia, 1948-? / Michael Beckerman -- Aesthetic of the Hungarian revival movement / Judit Frigyesi -- Lakodalmas rock and the rejection of popular culture in post-socialist Hungary / Barbara Rose Lange -- Continuity and change in eastern and central European traditional music / Anna Czekanowska -- Southern wind of change : style and the politics of identity in prewar Yugoslavia / Ljerka Vidíc Rasmussen -- Ilahiya as a symbol of Bosnian Muslim national identity / Mirjana Lauševíc -- Nationalism on stage : music and change in Soviet Ukraine / Catherine Wanner -- Romanian revolution of December 1989 and its reflection in musical folklore / Steluţa Popa -- Dialectic of economics and aesthetics in Bulgarian music / Timothy Rice -- Wedding musicians, political transition, and national consciousness in Bulgaria / Donna A. Buchanan -- Music and marginality : Roma (Gypsies) of Bulgaria and Macedonia / Carol Silverman -- Change as confirmation of continuity as experienced by Russian Molokans / Margarita Mazo.
Subject Music -- Europe, Central -- 20th century -- History and criticism.
Music -- Europe, Eastern -- 20th century -- History and criticism.
Music -- Social aspects.
Music and state -- Europe, Central.
Music and state -- Europe, Eastern.
Added Author Slobin, Mark.
ISBN 0822318555 : $55.00
0822318474 (pbk.)

 
    
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