Източно-Европейски Музикални Индустрии и Политики след Падането на Комунизма. От Държавен Контрол до Свободен Пазар (Routledge.com)

Източно-Европейски Музикални Индустрии и Политики след Падането на Комунизма. От Държавен Контрол до Свободен Пазар (Routledge.com)

Eastern European Music Industries and Policies after the Fall of Communism

From State Control to Free Market

Book Description

Eastern Europe during the last thirty years has been a place of radical political, economic, and social transformation, and these changes have affected the cultural industries of various countries.

Thirteen chapters by a selection of leading international researchers document the stories of various organisations that once dominated the ‘communist music industries’, such as state-owned record companies, music festivals, and collecting societies. The strategies employed by artists and industries to join international music markets after the fall of communism are explained and evaluated. Political and economic transformations coincided with the advent of digitalisation and the Internet, which intensified the changes. All these issues posed challenges both to record labels and artists who, after adjusting to the rules of the free-market economy, were faced with the falling sales of records caused by the advent of new communication technologies.

This book examines how these processes have affected the music industries, scenes, and markets in various Eastern European countries

Table of Contents

Part I: Introduction

1. Contextualising research on Eastern European music and music industries

Patryk Galuszka

2. Creating a market economy in Eastern Europe: Economic reform as the central theme of the transition

Tomasz Legiedz

Part II: Russia

3. Piracy as an institutionalised social practice in Soviet and post-Soviet Russia

Marco Biasioli

4. ‘We have no music industry!’ Exploring the context of post-Soviet music making through the lens of contemporary Swedo-Russian collaborations

Ingrid M Tolstad

Part III: Central Europe

5. Socialist riches to capitalist rags: The disintegration of the GDR music industry during German reunification

Sven Kube

6. Collective management of copyright during communism and transition – a case study of the society of authors ZAiKS

Anna Pluszyńska

7. The National Festival of Polish Song in Opole: The transformation of legal, economic, and political circumstances over fifty years of the Polish music industry

Katarzyna Korzeniewska 

8. Pohoda: the importance of Slovakia’s greatest festival

Peter Barrer 

9. Managing the Eastern European position in the digital era: music industry showcase events and popular music export in Hungary

Emília Barna

Part IV: Southeast Europe

10. The Romanian music scene: The social economy of pop music in the post-socialist period

Elena Trifan

11. COME VISIT (OUR PAST) AGAIN: How municipalities encourage retro rock culture on the Bulgarian music scene

Gergana Rayzhekova

12. The Yugoslav and post Yugoslav alternative rock canon presented in the music press

Julijana Papazova

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