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    VIEIRA DE CARVALHO, MÁRIO 2011. Between Political Engagement and Aesthetic Autonomy: Fernando Lopes-Graça's Dialectical Approach to Music and Politics. twentieth-century music, Vol. 8, Issue. 02, p. 175.


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