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Mazierska, Ewa

Popular Music in Eastern Europe

Mazierska, Ewa - Popular Music in Eastern Europe, ebook

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Table of contents

1. Introduction
Ewa Mazierska

Part I. State Policies and its Interpretation by Grassroots

2. Propagated, Permitted or Prohibited? State Strategies to Control Musical Entertainment in the First Two Decades of Socialist Hungary
Ádám Ignácz

3. Pop-Rock and Propaganda During the Ceaușescu Regime in Communist Romania
Doru Pop

4. Estonian Invasion as Western Ersatz-pop
Aimar Ventsel

5. The Eagle Rocks: Isolation and Cosmopolitanism in Albania’s Pop-Rock Scene
Bruce Williams

Part II. The Function of ‘Gatekeepers’

6. Censorship, Dissent and the Metaphorical Language of GDR Rock
David Robb

7. Folk Music as a Folk Enemy: Music Censorship in Socialist Yugoslavia
Ana Hofman

8. ‘The Second Golden Age’: Popular Music Journalism during the Late Socialist Era of Hungary
Zsófia Réti

9. Youth Under Construction: The Generational Shifts in Popular Music Journalism in the Poland of the 1980s
Klaudia Rachubińska, Xawery Stańczyk

10. The Birth of Socialist Disc Jockey: Between Music Guru, DIY Ethos and Market Socialism
Marko Zubak

Part III. Eastern European Stars

11. Karel Gott: The Ultimate Star of Czechoslovak Pop Music
Petr A. Bílek

12. Czesław Niemen: Between Enigma and Political Pragmatism
Ewa Mazierska

13. Omega: Red Star from Hungary
Bence Csatári, Béla Szilárd Jávorszky

14. Perverse Imperialism: Republika’s Phenomenon in the 1980s
Piotr Fortuna

Keywords: Cultural and Media Studies, European Culture, Music, Russian, Soviet, and East European History, Journalism, Cultural Policy and Politics

Editor
Publisher
Springer
Publication year
2016
Language
en
Edition
1
Series
Pop Music, Culture and Identity
Category
Art, Art History
Format
Ebook
eISBN (PDF)
9781137592736
Printed ISBN
978-1-137-59272-9

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