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Folklore revival movements in Europe post 1950 : shifting contexts and perspectives / edited by Daniela Stavělová and Theresa Jill Buckland.

Contributor(s): Stavělová, Daniela | Buckland, Theresa
Material type: TextTextPublisher: Prague : Institute of Ethnology of the Czech Academy of Sciences, 2018Description: 384 p. : ill. ; 24 cmISBN: 9788088081227Subject(s): Folk revival | Folk dance | Europe, Eastern
Contents:
On the legal and political framework of the folk dance revival movement in Hungary in the second half of the twentieth century / Lázló Felföldi -- The power of tradition(?): folk revival groups as bearers of folk culture / Martina Pavlicová -- Reviving folklore, moving ideology: social(istic) dance in the German Democratic Republic / Hanna Walsdorf -- The Estonian folklore revival movement and its politically correct format in the second half of the twentieth century / Iivi Zájedová -- The Norwegian folk dance movement in political perspective / Egil Bakka -- Folklore in the era of socialism: display window of official culture or a little island of freedom? Folklore movement in contemporary historical research and oral historical studies / Miroslav Vaněk -- The folklore revival movement in former Czechoslovakia: dichotomy of the term / Daniela Stavělová -- Literature on the folklore revival movement in the Czech journal Tanečni listy 1963: a critical analysis / Dorota Gremlicová -- Radio broadcasting as role model, authority and norm in Czech musical folklorism in the second half of the twentieth century / Zdeněk Vejvoda -- Politically committed songs: a distinctive product of the Czech folk revival movement of the 1950s / Lucie Uhlíková -- Formal or informal?: folk music, folk revival and music education / Matěj Kratochvíl -- Folklore, stage and politics in the Croatian context / Tvrtko Zebec -- At the "crossroads": the transformation of dance folklore into a professional stage art in Bulgaria in the second half of the twentieth century / Gergana Panova -- Institutional developments of Sorbian folk dance post 1945 / Theresa Jacobs -- Theoretical concepts in ethnomusicology and study of the folklore revival movement: the case of the Prague ensemble Gaudeamus / Zita Skořepová -- Leaders and followers, artistic leaderships and stage presentations of folk dances in a Slovenian folklore ensemble / Rebeka Kunej -- Set dancing, orthodoxy, heterodoxy: changing cultural and political landscapes in Ireland / Catherine E. Foley -- Folklorni mejdlo: music revival the Prague way / Anežka Hrbáčková -- Liberating tradition: gender politics in late twentieth century English revivalist morris dancing / Theresa Jill Buckland -- A neo-traditional post-folklore revival movement? The case of Greece through the lens of a folk dance club on the Ionian island of Lefkada / Maria Koutsouba -- Dance and revival, from a Swedish perspective / Mats Nilsson -- Participatory and presentational folk revival in capitalist and socialist formations: the United States and Hungary in the 1970s / Colin Quigley -- 'We all know that don't we?': situating scholarly knowledge about the Czech 'folklore movement' / Vít Zdrálek.
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"Edited volume based on the results of the International Symposium Folklore revival movement of the second half of the 20th century in shifting cultural, social and political contexts, organized by the Institute of Ethnology in cooperation with the Academy of Performing Arts, Prague, October 18-19, 2017".

On the legal and political framework of the folk dance revival movement in Hungary in the second half of the twentieth century / Lázló Felföldi -- The power of tradition(?): folk revival groups as bearers of folk culture / Martina Pavlicová -- Reviving folklore, moving ideology: social(istic) dance in the German Democratic Republic / Hanna Walsdorf -- The Estonian folklore revival movement and its politically correct format in the second half of the twentieth century / Iivi Zájedová -- The Norwegian folk dance movement in political perspective / Egil Bakka -- Folklore in the era of socialism: display window of official culture or a little island of freedom? Folklore movement in contemporary historical research and oral historical studies / Miroslav Vaněk -- The folklore revival movement in former Czechoslovakia: dichotomy of the term / Daniela Stavělová -- Literature on the folklore revival movement in the Czech journal Tanečni listy 1963: a critical analysis / Dorota Gremlicová -- Radio broadcasting as role model, authority and norm in Czech musical folklorism in the second half of the twentieth century / Zdeněk Vejvoda -- Politically committed songs: a distinctive product of the Czech folk revival movement of the 1950s / Lucie Uhlíková -- Formal or informal?: folk music, folk revival and music education / Matěj Kratochvíl -- Folklore, stage and politics in the Croatian context / Tvrtko Zebec -- At the "crossroads": the transformation of dance folklore into a professional stage art in Bulgaria in the second half of the twentieth century / Gergana Panova -- Institutional developments of Sorbian folk dance post 1945 / Theresa Jacobs -- Theoretical concepts in ethnomusicology and study of the folklore revival movement: the case of the Prague ensemble Gaudeamus / Zita Skořepová -- Leaders and followers, artistic leaderships and stage presentations of folk dances in a Slovenian folklore ensemble / Rebeka Kunej -- Set dancing, orthodoxy, heterodoxy: changing cultural and political landscapes in Ireland / Catherine E. Foley -- Folklorni mejdlo: music revival the Prague way / Anežka Hrbáčková -- Liberating tradition: gender politics in late twentieth century English revivalist morris dancing / Theresa Jill Buckland -- A neo-traditional post-folklore revival movement? The case of Greece through the lens of a folk dance club on the Ionian island of Lefkada / Maria Koutsouba -- Dance and revival, from a Swedish perspective / Mats Nilsson -- Participatory and presentational folk revival in capitalist and socialist formations: the United States and Hungary in the 1970s / Colin Quigley -- 'We all know that don't we?': situating scholarly knowledge about the Czech 'folklore movement' / Vít Zdrálek.

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