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The corrections to received wisdom, as with the more nuanced appreciation of the relationship between the Association for Contemporary Music and Russian Association of Proletarian Musicians, are invariably well directed and thought-provoking.
Like many of his counterparts, Kozin's romances encountered resistance from the Russian Association of Proletarian Musicians (RAPM) in the late 1920s, but ultimately the appeal of his music (and the fact that he was known to give private concerts for Stalin) granted him special status.
During the 1920s, the Russian Association of Proletarian Musicians (RAPM) wanted to produce music that would be immediately understood and loved by the masses, but this music was intended as a healthy "revolutionary" substitute for the sentimental songs those masses already understood and loved; instead, RAPM had in mind a bland conflation of sanitized folk songs and revolutionary marches.