- Title Pages
- California Studies in 20th-Century Music
- Note on Hungarian Pronunciation
- 1 Bartók's Concerto for Orchestra and the Demise of Hungary's “Third Road”
- 2 A Compromised Composer: Bartók's Music and Western Europe's Fresh Start
- 3 “Bartók Is Ours”: The Voice of America and Hungarian Control over Bartók's Legacy
- 4 Bartók and His Publics: Defining the “Modern Classic”
- 5 Beyond the Folk Song: Or, What Was Hungarian Socialist Realist Music?
- 6 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
- Appendix 1 Compositions by Bartók Broadcast on Hungarian Radio: 18 September to 1 October 1950
- Appendix 2 Biographical Notes
- Selected Bibliography
- Music Divided
- University of California Press
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