Bence Szabolcsi's Unfinished Work: Jewish Identity and Cultural Ideology in Communist Hungary

Frigyesi, Judit
December 2005
Musical Quarterly;Winter2005, Vol. 88 Issue 4, p496
Academic Journal
The article discusses Bence Szabolcsi's unfinished work about Jewish liturgical music. Szabolcsi, the first Hungarian musicologist and the founder and head of both the Institute for musicology of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences and the Department of Musicology of the Franz Liszt Academy of Music, focused his research on Jewish identity and cultural ideology in communist Hungary after the Soviet Red Army liberated Hungary in April 1945.


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