Russian Association of Proletarian Musicians

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The Russian Association of Proletarian Musicians or RAPM (Russian: Российская Ассоциация Пролетарских Музыкантов, РАПМ ) was a musicians' creative union of the early Soviet period.

In 1932 it was disbanded, together with other unions, such as Russian Association of Proletarian Writers, by the Decree on the Reformation of Literary and Artistic Organizations on April 23, 1932.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Music for the Revolution by Amy Nelson, p.242