Remembering Laughter and Tears In a Drawer: Music as a Response to Soviet Repression

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Remembering Laughter and Tears In a Drawer: Music as a Response to Soviet Repression

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Title: Remembering Laughter and Tears In a Drawer: Music as a Response to Soviet Repression
Author: Cunningham, Sarah
Abstract: After World War II, Stalin reimposed censorship on cultural expressions. Shostakovich responded to repression by incorporating references to his own and Jewish works in his music. His work, From Jewish Folk Poetry, is closely examined.
Description: Course paper. Faculty instructor was Mary Callahan. 2006 Undergraduate Research Award winner.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1773/2624

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