Ligeti, Kurtag, and Hungarian Music During the Cold War
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Ligeti, Kurtag, and Hungarian Music During the Cold War

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Drawing on key elements from musical thought in inter-war Hungary, this 2007 book provides a unique perspective on the nation's musical heritage both inside and outside Hungary's borders during the Cold War. Although Ligeti became part of the Western avant-garde after he left Hungary in 1956, archival sources illuminate his ongoing contact with Hungarian musicians, and the...more
Hardcover, 282 pages
Published September 6th 2007 by Cambridge University Press
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