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Politicized Aesthetics: German Art in Warsaw of 1938

besonderer Berüchsichtigung der Berliner Künsterschaft , Frankfurt am Main – Berlin – Bern – New York – Paris –Wien 1996. Kleczyński, Jan. „Rzeźba niemiecka.” [German Sculpture] Polska zbrojna 17 (1938): 1. Kossowska, Irena. “Evoking the Greatness of Poland: Propaganda Art in Warsaw in the 1930s.” In Reinterpreting the Past: Traditionalist Artistic Trends in Central and Eastern Europe of the 1920s and 1930s , edited by Irena Kossowska. Warszawa: Instytut Sztuki, 2010. 203–230. Kuhn, Alfred. “Stanowisko Niemiec w nowszej sztuce europejskiej.” [The

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Soviet Modernism in the Historic Context. The Cases of Vilnius and Panevėžys City Centers

To-morrow and its Plannin g. New York: Dover Books, 1987. Towards a New Architecture . New York: Dover Books, 1986. Liekis, Algimantas. „Regionalinė architektūra ir jos ypatumai“ (Regional Architecture and its Features). Statyba ir architektūra , No. 2 (1980): 6. Lietuvos centrinis valstybės archyvas. FR-545. Lietuvos TSR valstybinio statybos komiteto fondas. (Lithuanian Central State Archives. FR-545. Lithuanian SSR National Building Committee’s Foundation) Lietuvos TSR istorijos ir kultūros paminklų sąvadas, Vol. 1 Vilnius (Historical and

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The Technique of Optimal Use of Facial Muscles in Trumpet Interpretation

References 1. Alsteens, Stijn, Spira, Freyda, Ainsworth, Maryan W., Metropolitan Museum of Art (New York, N.Y.), (2012) Dürer and beyond: Central European drawings in the Metropolitan Museum of Art, 1400-1700 , New York: Metropolitan Museum of Art; New Haven 2. Baker, Theodore, Slonimsky, Nikolas, (1995) Dictionnaire biographique des musiciens , Edition Robert Laffont, Paris 3. Barclay, Robert, (1992) The Art of the Trumpet-Maker: The Materials, Tools, and Techniques of the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries in Nuremberg , Oxford University

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