Outlaw music in Russia : the rise of an unlikely genre /

Publication Type:

Book

Source:

The University of Wisconsin Press,, Madison, Wisconsin, United States, p.xiii, 319 pages : (2023)

ISBN:

0299340104

Call Number:

ML3917.R8

Mots-clés:

(OCoLC)fst01071422, (OCoLC)fst01071452, (OCoLC)fst01071460, (OCoLC)fst01982867, fast, History and criticism., Outlaws in music., Political aspects, Political aspects., Popular music, Popular music., Russia (Federation), Social aspects, Social aspects.

Notes:

Includes bibliographical references (pages 263-292) and index.Contextualizing the shanson phenomenon -- Criminals' music from its origins to the early Soviet period : a glorified archetype -- Soviet underworld music : from the Bolshevik revolution through the end of the Stalin era -- From post-Stalinist censorship to the contemporary mainstream : the birth of the shanson -- The shanson : main features and tropes -- The shanson in Russia : from the slums to the Kremlin -- Turning Russia's immediate reality into song -- Epilogue : Soundtrack to Russian life.