Correspondence and writings, relating to the Soviet poet and singer Bulat Okudzhava.
Vladimir Frumkin was born in the USSR in 1929, and educated as a musician and musicologist. After emigrating from the Soviet
Union in 1974, he established himself teaching Russian at Oberlin College. Later he wrote Pesni i vozhdi, a book about the
complex relationship of the Soviet authorities to popular music.
1 manuscript box
(0.4 linear feet)
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