Loeng-kontsert Ungari 1848.-1849. aasta ülestõusust folklooris ja rahvakunstis 12. märtsil 2012

12. märtsil, kell 14.15 peavad Katalin Juhász ja Zoltán Szabó Ungarist loeng-kontserdi "When Drums Are Beaten - The Hungarian Revolution and independence War (1848-49) in the Folklore and Folk Art" (Kui lüüakse trumme - Ungari 1848.-1949. aasta revolutsioon ja vabadussõda folklooris ja rahvakunstis". Loeng-kontsert toimub TÜ von Bocki hoones (Ülikooli 16) auditooriumis 212.

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Loengu kokkuvõte:

The history of a nation can most precisely be known form the existing writings of chroniclers and form the results of historical science. Neverthless, the hisorical consciousness of the masses and also the collective memory (which is a particular projection of the former) bear considerable significance.

A retrospective view on the outstanding events and figures of history will show that the richest material in folklore is associated with revolution and the war of independence. This is partly due to the fact that the collective memory, which is able to span some generations has not forgotten them. On the other hand the time distance is big enough for the period words of art or earlier words recomposed by the people, as well as pieces of well-known poets and composers to polish to more perfection in the process of bequest.

This selection is based on period manuscripts, collections, compilations, on the national collection from 1948-49, special bibliography on folk music and ethnography and also our own collections. The program attempts to illustrate the most different strata of vocal and instrumental music from the period of the independence war, form the pieces of most archaic melody and performance, yet actualised lyrics to the most fresh, partly folklorised songs belonging to that period.

Lähem info: Merili Metsvahi, TÜ eesti ja võrdleva rahvaluule osakonna teadur,  merili.metsvahi@ut.ee