Table of contents for Soviet music and society under Lenin and Stalin : the baton and sickle / edited by Neil Edmunds.


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Contents
Acknowledgements..............................................................................ii
A Note about Transliteration...................................................................iii
List of Contributors...............................................................................iv
Introduction (Neil Edmunds)....................................................................1
Music in the Socialist State (Anna Ferenc)..................................................11
The Ways of Russian Popular Music to 1953 (Richard Stites)...........................28
Declared Dead, but only Provisionally: Shostakovich, Soviet Music-hall and Uslovno Ubityi (Gerard McBurney).....................................................................51
From the Factory to the Flat: Thirty Years of the Song of the Counterplan (John Riley)............................................................................................105
Prokofiev's Le Pas d'Acier: How the Steel was Tempered (Lesley-Anne Sayers and Simon Morrison)...............................................................................129
'Lenin is always with us': Soviet Musical Propaganda and its Composers during the 1920s (Neil Edmunds)........................................................................170
Amateurs and Enthusiasts: Folk Music and the Soviet State on Stage in the 1930s (Robin LaPasha)...............................................................................196
National Identity, Culture Policy and the Soviet Folk Ensemble in Armenia (Andy Nercessian).....................................................................................234
Going Beyond the Border: National Cultural Policy and the Development of Musical Life in Soviet Karelia, 1920-1940 (Pekka Suutari).......................................268
A Nation on Stage: Music and the 1936 Festival of Kazak Arts (Michael 
Rouland)........................................................................................297
Uzeyir Hajibeyov and his role in the Development of Musical Life in Azerbaidzhan (Matt O'Brien).................................................................................343




Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Music Soviet Union 20th century History and criticism