Start by marking retuning culture musical changes in central and eastern europe as want to read musical changes in central and eastern europe by mark slobin goodreads author editor cultural russia 2 users. Retuning culture provides a rich understanding of musics role at a particular cultural and historical moment its broad range of perspectives will attract readers with interests in cultural studies music and central and eastern europe contributors michael beckerman donna buchanan anna czekanowska judit frigyesi barbara rose lange . Retuning culture musical changes in central and eastern europe this pioneering set of studies traces the tumultuous and momentous shifts in the music cultures of central and eastern europe from the first harbingers of change in the 1970s through the revolutionary period of 1989 90 to more recent developments. Get this from a library retuning culture musical changes in central and eastern europe mark slobin as a measure of individual and collective identity music offers both striking metaphors and tangible data for understanding societies in transition and nowhere is this clearer than in the recent . Retuning culture explores vital new ground in the way musical as opposed to broad cultural change has occurred recently in eastern and central europe it adds substantially to our knowledge of how musical behavior performance and traditions act and are acted upon in providing both continuity and adaptation to change james porter
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