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Music of the repressed Russian avant-garde, 1900-1929

Author: Larry Sitsky
Publisher: Westport, Conn. : Greenwood Press, 1994.
Series: Contributions to the study of music and dance, no. 31.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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The purpose of this volume is to stimulate interest in this little-known area of Soviet/Russian music. The composers covered include: Vladimir I. Rebikov; Nikolai A. Roslavets; Leonid A. Polovinkin;  Read more...

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Genre/Form: Criticism, interpretation, etc
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Larry Sitsky
ISBN: 031326709X 9780313267093
OCLC Number: 28962473
Description: xii, 347 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm.
Contents: Historical background : Anatoliy V. Lunacharsky, the cultured commissar --
Valdimir I. Rebikov : the inventor of whole-tone music --
The diatonic Webern : Aleksei V. Stanchinskiy --
Nikolai A. Roslavets : the Russian Shcenberg --
Aleksandr V. Mosolov : the man of steel --
Arthur V. Lourié : the decadent out of place --
Leonid A. Polovinkin : the partial avant-gardist --
Vladimir V. Shcherbachev : old wine in new vessels --
Lev K. Knipper : wind from the West --
Boris N. Liatoshinski : the passionate Slav --
Vladimir M. Deshevov : the man of the theater --
Samuil E. Feinberg : the post-Scriabin pianist --
Anatoliy N. Aleksandrov : the post-Rachmaninovian --
Boris A. Aleksandrov : son of the composer of the Soviet anthem --
Aleksandr A. Krein : voice in the wilderness --
Grigoriy A. Krein : toward assimilation --
Yulian G. Krein : precocious cosmopolitan --
Aleksandr M. Veprik : the Ukrainian Bartók and Bloch --
Mikhail F. Gnessin : the Jewish Glinka --
Ivan A. Vyshnegradsky : microtones --
Nikolai Obukhov : mystic beyond Scriabin --
Iosif M. Schillinger : Gershwin's teacher --
Aleksandr N. Tcherepnine : suave internationalist --
Sergei V. Protopopov : the post-Scriabin composer --
Leonid L. Sabaneev : would-be scientist becomes critic --
Dmitriy M. Melkikh : rhapsodist --
Gavrill N. Popov : contrapuntalist --
Aleksei S. Zhivotov : notorious for one piece --
Efim Golyshchev : the first serialist? --
Georgi M. Rimsky-Korsakov : microtonist.
Series Title: Contributions to the study of music and dance, no. 31.
Responsibility: Larry Sitsky.
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?This work is recommended for all public and academic libraries with larger music collections and individuals who are interested in avant-grade and experimental music.?-ARBA 95

 
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