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English translation: Hucul(ian) folklore

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Polish term or phrase:folklor huculski
English translation:Hucul(ian) folklore
Entered by: Jacek Krankowski
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08:53 Jun 2, 2001
Polish to English translations [PRO]
Art/Literary
Polish term or phrase: folklor huculski
w tworczosci jednej kompozytorki ze Lwowa
Tomasz
Huculian folklore
Explanation:
7:00 pm
Théâtre du Radeau (France): Orphéon
9:00 pm
Music in the Hut
Katerina Kolceva (Ukraine) (piano, opera singing, Jewish, including Hasidic and Huculian songs)

For general information:
The history of the Klimkówka residents is a part of history of Ruthenian uplanders inhabiting the lands from Sšcz region to Czarnohora. The culture of Lemkos, Bojkos, Huculs and other smaller ethnic groups now belongs to the past. The people, deeply bound with the surrounding nature, lived through centuries with a sense of freedom. Wars or nationalism were brought to their villages from outside.
After the Second World War the new political system came to the region. In communist Poland the Lemko community was dispersed and the culture of Bojkos destroyed almost completely. Bojkos and Huculs, living in the Eastern Carpathians incorporated to the USSR, were forced to become workers in factories and state farming works. Monuments were devastated intentionally. Churches were burned or turned into stores. For instance in the Polish part of the region out of 600 monuments one half was destroyed. The culture of the Easter Carpathian uplanders was to be forgotten.

In communist Poland the ethnic diversity was not accepted and in such circumstances, in the 80's, the church in Klimkówka ceased to exist.

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naHucul folkloreSerge
naFolklore from the Huculski regionponar
naHuculian folklore
Vidmantas Stilius


  

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6 mins
Huculian folklore


Explanation:
7:00 pm
Théâtre du Radeau (France): Orphéon
9:00 pm
Music in the Hut
Katerina Kolceva (Ukraine) (piano, opera singing, Jewish, including Hasidic and Huculian songs)

For general information:
The history of the Klimkówka residents is a part of history of Ruthenian uplanders inhabiting the lands from Sšcz region to Czarnohora. The culture of Lemkos, Bojkos, Huculs and other smaller ethnic groups now belongs to the past. The people, deeply bound with the surrounding nature, lived through centuries with a sense of freedom. Wars or nationalism were brought to their villages from outside.
After the Second World War the new political system came to the region. In communist Poland the Lemko community was dispersed and the culture of Bojkos destroyed almost completely. Bojkos and Huculs, living in the Eastern Carpathians incorporated to the USSR, were forced to become workers in factories and state farming works. Monuments were devastated intentionally. Churches were burned or turned into stores. For instance in the Polish part of the region out of 600 monuments one half was destroyed. The culture of the Easter Carpathian uplanders was to be forgotten.

In communist Poland the ethnic diversity was not accepted and in such circumstances, in the 80's, the church in Klimkówka ceased to exist.




    Reference: http://www.zb.eco.pl/gb/18/concrete.htm
Vidmantas Stilius
Local time: 18:47
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13 hrs
Folklore from the Huculski region


Explanation:
Folklore from the Huculski region (East Carpathian)
"... monuments of material culture rich folklore traditions from the region's multicultural ... Stubno,
Zabajka, at the Huculski (East Carpathian) Horse Preservation ... "
www.warsawvoice.pl/v615/Supplement01.html


    Reference: http://www.warsawvoice.pl/v615/Supplement01.html
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2 days 2 hrs
Hucul folklore


Explanation:
Kazimierz Sichulski (1879-1942)
Hucul Children, 1938, pastel on paper, 24" x 34".
Fascinated with the Hucul folklore, from which he gathered inspiration, was one of the most acclaimed Polish caricaturists.
http://www.polartcenter.com/cgi-bin/shop.pl/SID=927927398.16...

A1225. Reeder, Roberta. "Shadows of forgotten ancestors : a study in the supernatural." The Supernatural in Slavic and Baltic Literature: essays in honor of Victor Terras. Ed. by Amy Mandelker and Roberta Reeder. Columbus, OH: Slavica Publishers, 1988. 362-393.

A detailed comparison, scene by scene, of the film by Sergei Paradzanov with the original literary version of Mykhailo Kotsiubyns'kyi's Tini zabutykh predkiv. "One of the great achievements of both versions," says Reeder, "is their ability to overcome the temptation to use Hucul folklore as mere decoration, as an exotic background to a tragic love story. Instead it is an organic component of the plot, providing symbolic images and rituals that convey the basic themes. Both artists also avoid a melodramatic treatment of the sex and violence in the story, and render such scenes discreetly through suggestion and innuendo."
http://www.utoronto.ca/cius/HTMfiles/Intpub/Tarnawsk/RR62/rr...

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Serge

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