Doctor of Education Project Reports: The Composer Under Twentieth Century Political Ideologies
by Alfred Ellison - 1951
This study describes the position of the composer as he lives and creates under the three differing political ideologies in National Socialist Germany, the Soviet Union, and the United States. The conditions under which the composer lives and works would reflect general attitudes in a particular society. As a functioning member of society, the composer, an individual particularly sensitive and expressive, must also be affected by the social scene of which he is part.
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