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Breakup of the Soviet Union
a world in which artists and writers were murdered, tortured, imprisoned, and humiliated. If Schnittkes work evokes the struggle between the idea that art depends on principled inner integrity (particularly when one is faced with overwhelming power) on the one hand and the corrupt traditions of the Stalinist legacy on the other, Sofia Gubaidulinas work demonstrates the explosive. The earlier work, the Schnittke cantata, mirrors, through the use of the Faust legend, with considerable irony, even sarcasm, the problems of the individual conscience when it is faced with the temptations of power. He said the breakup of the Soviet Union was a tragedy, but this is an unacceptable statement, because tens of millions died for this communist order. By the 1980s, in a post-Stalinist Soviet Union, particularly under.
Uzbekistan, Lithuania, Estonia and Latvia despite formerly being a part of the Soviet Union were excluded from the polling. The Breakup of the Soviet Union: A Musical Mirror. The Schnittke is perhaps an extension into the twentieth century of qualities we associate with Gogol and Dostoevsky.
Moldova recently elected a reactionary pro-Russia president. Some quite talented composers paid direct and regular homage to the often arbitrary tastes of the ruling elite. Sergei Prokofiev and Dmitri Shostakovich both struggled to find ways to survive in the basic sense of the word and yet remain true to the notion of art as the free expression of the individual. Since then, Lukashenko has resisted many reforms and locked up prominent critics, and the state still controls four-fifths of the economy. McCarthy noted, in our free and open society the making of art seems too often to make no difference at all.