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Title Popular music and the moving image in eastern europe / edited by Ewa Mazierska & Zsolt Győri
Imprint New York ; London ; Oxford ; New Delhi ; Sydney : Bloomsbury Academic, 2020
book jacket
 Modern History Library  781.5420947 P831    EXHIBITION    30550100682242
Edition Paperback edition
Descript vi, 250 pages ; 23 cm
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Note Includes bibliographical references and index
v1, 1968 Leftist Utopianism in The Young Girls of Rochefort and Hot Summer p. 25 / Evan Torner-- v.2, Representing Modern Romania in the Musical of State Socialist Period p. 45 / Gabriela Filippi-- v.3, Worlds that Never Were: Contemporary Eastern European Musical Comedies and the Memory of Socialism p. 63 / Balázs Varga-- v.4, Pop Music, Nostalgia and Melancholia in Dollybirds and Liza, the Fox Fairy p. 83 / Hajnal Király-- v.5, When the Golden Kids Met the Bright Young Men and Women: Rebellion, Innovation and Cultural Tradition in the Czech 1960s Music Film p. 99 / Jonathan Owen-- v.6, 'Music isn't Music, Words aren't Words': Underground Music in the Hungarian Cinema of the New Sensibility p. 117 / Zsolt Györi-- v.7, Socialist Night Fever: Yugoslav Disco on Film and Television p. 139 / Marko Zubak-- v.8, Disco Polo and Techno According to Maria Zmarz-Koczanowicz p. 155 / Ewa Mazierska-- v.9, Musical Variations in Karpo Godina's Alternative Cinema p. 171 / Andrej Šprah-- v.10, Polish Music Videos: Between Parochialism and Universalism p. 187 / Ewa Mazierska-- v.11, 'She Stole it from Beyoncé!': Transnational Borrowing in Bulgarian Pop-folk Music Videos and Audience Reaction to the Practice p. 205 / Maya Nedyalkova-- v.12, Postsocialist Social Reality in Hungarian Rap Music Videos p. 225 / Anna Batori
Subject Motion picture music -- Europe, Eastern
Popular music -- Europe, Eastern
Alt Author Mazierska, Ewa, editor
Győri, Zsolt, 1974-, editor
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