3 edition of Estonian Folklore Archives found in the catalog.
Estonian Folklore Archives
Eesti Rahvaluule Arhiiv.
Translated from Estonian.
|Statement||[compiled by Anu Korb, Janika Oras, Ülo Tedre ; translated by Anne Allpere].|
|Contributions||Korb, Anu., Oras, Janika., Tedre, Ülo.|
|LC Classifications||GR203.14 .E37 1995|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||31 p. :|
|Number of Pages||31|
|LC Control Number||97168660|
The Department of Estonian and Comparative Folklore was established at the University of Tartu in By this time, Estonian folkloristics had already begun to develop, and had indeed mostly done so in Tartu. However, it was not yet an academic enterprise at this stage, rather the work of enthusiastic individuals and societies. ESTONIAN FOLKLORE ARCHIVES Eesti Rahvaluule Arhiiv (ERA) The EFA was founded in by Oskar Loorits as the folklore archive of the Estonian National Museum (), and were based on the large collections of Jakob Hurt and Matthias Johann Eisen. The archive has had a network of correspondents since its beginnings.
The archives are a treasure trove of Estonian folk tradition of music and poetry for folk musicians who rely on the institution for writing their new material.. This issue came into focus as Ministry of Education and Research failed to release new funding for the institution. Competition against scientific research organisations is felt as they are allowed to ask for additional funding while. Most of the Estonian Folklore Archives’ (EFA) 85 year history has passed by in the analogue era. Nowadays the incoming materials are mainly digital. In our paper we will discuss the archives’ biography and how we have managed the situation where the.
Perspectives to the Relations between the Estonian Folklore Archives and the Folklore Archives of the Finnish Literature Society. Journal of Ethnology and Folkloristics, . This page provides an alphabetic list (by title) of folkloristic books, together with short annotations. The books can also be ordered. Prices are approximates and can change without prior notice. Back to the frontpage. View: All books | English books | Estonian books | German books Order book. Folklore 10 Mare Kõiva, Andres Kuperjanov, A5.
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The Estonian Folklore Archives of the Estonian Library are an impressive collection of what was once a solely oral tradition. Preserved in the archives are over manuscripts of fairy tales, and thousands of other manuscripts that include Estonian Folklore Archives book, riddles, songs and proverbs that capture the culture, history and customs of Estonians.
The Estonian Folklore Archives (EFA) was founded on Septem The first head of the Archives was Dr. Oskar Loorits (–), who organized all the Estonian folklore collections into one central depository.
The collections of the EFA have to date been replenished with contributions from both professional folklorists and a network of correspondents.
At head of title: Eesti Kirjanduse Selts. Üleüldine Kirjakogu" Topics: Folk songs, Estonian, Folk poetry, Estonian. Most of the Estonian Folklore Archives' (EFA) 1 85 year history has passed by in the analogue era.
Nowadays the incoming materials are mainly digital. In our paper we will discuss the archives'. Loorits became the director of the Estonian Folklore Archives Estonian Folklore Archives book in His major field was folk religion and mythology, a study on Estonian, Livonian and Russian folk beliefs.
His most monumental work Grundzüge des estnischen Volksglaubens  was published in – in y: Agriculture, Central bank, e. Estonian Folklore Archives of the Estonian Literary Museum, founded in It explores the customs, folk dances, songs and text, etc.
The collection particularly covers Estonian folklore, but also folklore of Finno-Ugric peoples, Baltic German, Russian, Jewish and other ethnic groups.
Internet Archive is a non-profit digital library offering free universal access to books, movies & music, as well as billion archived web pages. The volume is a result of a transdisciplinary annual conference that was organized by the Centre of Excellence in Estonian Studies under the heading Variation in Language, Literature, Folklore, and Music, in cooperation with the Estonian Literary Museum and the University of Tartu, in Tartu, Estonia, on 7–8 December Estonian mythological and literary mythological beings, deities and legendary heroes Äike - Thunder Äiatar – a female demon, Devil's daughter Alevipoeg - Alev's son, a friend of Kalevipoeg Ebajalg - demonic whirlwind Ehaema - Mother Twilight, a nocturnal spirit or elf, encouraging spinning Eksitaja.
Abstract. The Estonian Folklore Archives was established as the central folklore archives of Estonia in The original collections of the archives were built upon manuscript reports and accounts of Estonian folklore, consisting of overpages of material contributed primarily by the noted Estonian folklore collector Jakob Hurt () and his more than 1, informants in the.
the Estonian Folklore Archives of the Estonian Literary Museum provides an overview of all types of Estonian fairy tales. The collections of the EFA contain approximately 6, manuscript fairy tales and include in addition to these also.
the Folklore Archives of the Estonian Literary Museum volumes of the entire published collection of Ancient Finnish Poems, a total of alm pages, were scanned within two years.
Loorits became the director of the Estonian Folklore Archives founded in His major field was folk religion and mythology, a study on Estonian, Livonian and Russian folk beliefs. His most monumental work Grundzüge des estnischen Volksglaubens was published in – in y: Agriculture, Central bank, e.
The database ESTONIAN DROODLES is a digital copy of the card catalogue that was compiled on the basis of manuscript collections of droodles stored in Estonian Folklore Archives. In addition to droodles from these collections, this database also contains materials that have appeared in different publications.
Welcome to the Internet Archive Books collection. Some books can be freely read and downloaded. Others can be borrowed and read in our online book reader.
Topics: Folk poetry, Panjabi, Folk poetry, Panjabi. California Digital Library. K. An English-Malayalam dictionary.
by Tobias Zacharias. texts. eyeFolklore Mare Kõiva, Andres Kuperjanov, EKM FO, ISSN:Price: EUR. You can read about contemporary legends and their literary origins, about migration and narration, oral history and biographies (yiddish speakers, nganasans), diaspora & homeland, stereotypes, truth and fiction in.
Inthe Estonian Folklore Archives was established, where all folklore materials collected by that time were accumulated.
By the end of, additional pages were collected. Since (until ),additional pages of material were contributed to the Estonian Literary Museum. Today there are more than Cited by: 4. Poet Kristiina Ehin and folk musician Mari Kalkun have created a protest song "Emergency Call to the Prime Minister" ("Hädaabikõne peaministrile"), aimed at highlighting the plight of Estonian Folklore Archives, which as the report showed, uses an old-school card-indexed system, in addition to a newer, online archive.
Haldjas is administered by the folklore department. For the homepage of the Estonian Folklore Archives and introductory materials, click here. Department of folklore: click here. The Estonian Literary Museum has its own server Kirmus, providing all the information on the literary museum as an institution.
In the archives regained their original name — the Estonian Folklore Archives. Collections The Estonian Folklore Archives include collections of manuscripts, photographs, multimedia, and sound and video recordings, covering all aspects of folklore, including the folklore of other nationalities in Estonia, as well as rare Finno-Ugric.
Estonian mythology is a complex of myths belonging the Estonian folk heritage and literary mythology. Information about the pre-Christian and medieval Estonian mythology is scattered in historical chronicles, travellers' accounts and in ecclesiastical atic recordings of Estonian folklore started in the 19th century.
Pre-Christian Estonian deities included a sky-god known as.Estonian books. Eesti katkupärimus Reet Hiiemäe, A4, Number of pages:ISBN:Tartu, EKI Rahvausundi töörühm, ERA,6 EUR.A scarce signature!
Loorits [) was an Estonian folklorist. He initially studied folklore at the University of Tartu and obtained his doctorate in Between andhe was a lecturer in Estonian and Comparative Folklore, also being a director of the Estonian Folklore Archives.