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||Includes bibliographical references (p. 207-219) and index.
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||Bartók's Concerto for orchestra and the demise of Hungary's "third road" -- A compromised composer : Bartók's music and Western Europe's fresh start -- "Bartók is ours" : the Voice of America and Hungarian control over Bartók's legacy -- Bartók and his publics : defining the "modern classic" -- Beyond the folk song; or, what was Hungarian socialist realist music? -- The "Bartók question" and the politics of dissent : the case of András Mihály -- Epilogue East : Bartók's difficult truths and the Hungarian revolution of 1956 -- Epilogue West : Bartók's legacy and George Rochberg's postmodernity.