Mahler Reconstructed: Sollertinsky and the Soviet Symphony

Fairclough, Pauline
June 2001
Musical Quarterly;Summer2001, Vol. 85 Issue 2, p367
Academic Journal
Focuses on the works and achievements of music composers Shostakovich and Ivan Sollertinsky in the field of musicology in Soviet Union. Description on the friendships of the two composers in the music recording 'Testimony'; Version of semiotic analysis; Development of the Soviet symphony and the works of writers.


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