Soviet composers and the development of Soviet music / by Stanley D. Krebs Krebs, Stanley Dale

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Krebs, Stanley Dale
Subjects
Music - Soviet Union - 20th century - History and criticism.; Music - Soviet Union.; Music - Soviet Union - 1917-
Contents
  • Preface
  • Introduction
  • Part One: Soviet Russian Cultural Ideology and Music
  • 1. Before October
  • 2. Axes of development: Leningrad to Moscow, The centre and the periphery, Musical semantics
  • 3. Music and politicians: Lunacharsky and others
  • 4. Music and revolution: 1917-1932
  • 5. Music and reaction: 1932- Part Two: The Older Generation of Soviet Composers
  • 6. Ipppolitov
  • Ivanov
  • 7. Reinhold Gliere
  • 8. Sergei Vasilenko
  • 9. Boris Asaf'ev
  • 10. Nikolai Miaskovsky
  • 11. Dmitrii Arakishvili
  • 12. Uzeir Gadzhibekov
  • 13. Sergei Prokofieff
  • Part Three: The Middle Generation of Soviet Composers
  • 14. Iurii Shaporin
  • 15. Dmitrii Shostakovich
  • 16. Vissarion Shebalin
  • 17. Aram Khachaturian
  • 18. Dmitrii Kabalevsky
  • 19. Tikhon Khrennikov
  • 20. Georgii Sviridov
  • 21. Andrei Balanchivadze
  • Part Four: The Younger Generation of Soviet Composers
  • 22. Rodion Shchedrin
  • 23. German Galynin
  • 24. Otar Taktakishvili
  • 25. Kara Karaev
  • 26. Fikret Amirov
  • Other young composers
  • Conclusion.
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