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Music of change. Expression of liberation in Polish and Lithuanian music before and after 1989. Studies and interpretations

pod red. Małgorzaty Janickiej-Słysz

Kraków 2023, objętość: 328 stron, okładka twarda, język angielski, format B5, ISBN 978-83-7099-250-7



Małgorzata Janicka-Słysz, The Meanders of Change and Freedom. Introduction. Research Project Premise and Objectives

Justyna Miklaszewska, Individual Freedom and a Democratic State

Teresa Malecka, The Phenomenon of the Polish School of Composition of the Second Half of the Twentieth Century in the Context of Cultural and Political Changes

Małgorzata Janicka-Słysz, In the Poetics of Experience. On Polish and Lithuanian Music from the Perspective of the Affective Turn

Rūta Stanevičiūtė, Moral Imagination in Late 20th-Century Lithuanian Music

Iwona Sowińska-Fruhtrunk, Postmodern Polish Music after 1989: Freedom as a Value or a Burden?

Vita Gruodytė, Mythological Content in an Ideological Context

Małgorzata Pawłowska, Musical Narratives on the Gates of Jerusalem by Bronius Kutavičius and Krzysztof Penderecki

Kinga Kiwała, The Idyll of Nature in the “New Romanticism” Trend of the “Stalowa Wola Generation”

Ewa Siemdaj, The Voice of the Transformation’s Generation: Onutė Narbutaitė and Hanna Kulenty

Dominika Micał, Engagement and Independence. Zygmunt Mycielski’s Song Cycles to Words by Czesław Miłosz and Zbigniew Herbert

Daina Urbanavičienė, Jazz and Cultural Liberation in Soviet Lithuania

Ewa Czachorowska-Zygor, Behind Closed Doors. Does a Documentary Film Need Music? Schizophrénia by Vita Żelakeviciute and 89 mm from Europe by Marcel Łoziński

Index of Names and Compositions