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(December 5, 2018)
Mozart does not choose a motherland: On the Music of the Contemporary Russian Emigration"
(September 6, 2016)
Russian music festival in Redmond on September 10th
(September 1, 2016)
Boyd, Matt. From the Other Side by Other Means: Politics, Neoliberalism and Resistance in the Socialist Punk and New Wave of Yugoslavia and the Soviet Union. Diss., 2017.
Welk, Marcia. Context and Authenticity in Ukrainian Musical Folk Practice: Four Performance Traditions. Honors Thesis, 2010.
Chan, Roy. Mikhail Kuzmin: Towards a Critical Reevaluation. Honors Thesis, 2002.
Hoogen, Marilyn M. Igor Stravinsky, Nikolai Roerich, and the healing power of paganism. "The Rite of Spring" as ecstatic ritual of renewal for the Twentieth Century. Diss., 1997.
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