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For es- sential nonacademic support while abroad, I'd like to thank Krystyna Gott, Rafal Taranowski, the Bielowicz family, and the Simon family.

T67 2013 780.943'109045-dc23 2013013467 Cover image: A student choir and folk music ensemble perform in Leipzig.

Even in the high Stalinist era from 1948/49 through 1953, communist authorities in the various countries used differing tactics, proceeded at differing speeds, and had to negotiate with repre- sentatives of many established institutions and interests.

And I very much appreciate the input of series editor Gary Cohen, who heroically read the manuscript not once but twice, which has made this a much stronger book.

The slogan reads: "Art can accomplish much in educating people about true patriotism and the spirit of peace, democracy, and progress" (SLUB Dresden / Abt.

There have been previous studies of individual composers, musical life in general, and general cultural policies under the East German and Polish commu- nist governments, but this is the first archivally based examination of the efforts to develop socialist realism in music in the two countries and the first serious comparative study of the actual impact of communist rule on musical composi- tion in any two Soviet bloc countries during the early Cold War era.

With the access to archives in Central and East-Central Europe which scholars now enjoy and models such as David Tompkins's work, one can hope for even more de- tailed, analytic research in the future on the relationship between government au- thority and cultural and intellectual life during Central and East-Central Europe's communist era. Cohen Series editor Acknowledgments Although of course the core responsibility is mine, the commitments in time and energy associated with this book project make it a joint one, helped along by the input and advice of so many kind and insightful people. This project got its start at Columbia University, and was most profoundly in- fluenced by Volker Berghahn, who provided scholarly criticism as well as much encouragement.

The staffs at the Archiwum Akt Nowych in Warsaw and the Bundesarchiv in Berlin were of course indispensable.