Political propaganda permeated life in the USSR, extolling the achievements of the “world’s first state of workers and peasants” and defaming its “enemies of socialist construction”. Nikolai Myaskovsky, famous composer and “Father of the Soviet Symphony” was portrayed by the officials as renegade for “anti-proletarian and formalist tendencies in his musical works”.
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