By Anne Swartz
Issues surrounding the transformation of the song in Russia, the position of ladies as buyers and performers, the exportation of tools to the Russian a long way East, and the advanced approach of price lists and exchange safety that benefited family piano brands offer this book’s thematic hyperlinks. Conclusions point out that whereas favorable tariff legislation and state-imposed financial regulations benefited the family-owned agencies within the 19th century, they remained in influence within the many years after the nationalization of the piano in 1917.
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