Collection 0037 - Ukrainian Proverbs in Zabava Program

Nai tebe kachka kopne Iak holomu v kropyvi Nauka ne ide u lis Iakby t'otia mala vusa, to by vuikom nazyvalas' Berezhenoho Boh berezhe Baba z voza, kobyli lehshe Kui, poky zalizlo hariache Vysokyi iak topolia, a durnyi iak fasolia Ne kazhy hop, poky ne pereskochysh U bezryb'i i rak - ryba
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Ukrainian Proverbs in Zabava Program

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CA BMUFA 0037

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  • 2011-2016 (Creation)
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    Nahachewsky, Andriy
  • 2011-2016 (Creation)
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    Golinowski, Jason

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81 audio files

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(born 1959)

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Andriy Nahachewsky is a Professor at the University of Alberta. He holds a B.A. in Ukrainian Studies (University of Saskatchewan, 1979), a B.F.A. in Dance (York University, 1985), M.A. and Ph.D. in Ukrainian Folklore (University of Alberta, 1985 and 1991, supervised by Bohdan Medwidsky). He has an extensive background in Ukrainian dance, as a performer, instructor, choreographer, workshop leader, critic, adjudicator, and authour. He has taught a wide variety of courses at the university level in many aspects of Ukrainian and Ukrainian Canadian traditional culture. His research interests and publications deal with Ukrainian dance, Ukrainian Canadian identity, material culture, ethnic representation, and dance theory. He has conducted fieldwork in Canada, the U.S.A., Brazil, Ukraine, Serbia, Croatia, Bosnia-Herzegovina, the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Romania, Poland, and other countries. His most recent book is Ukrainian Dance: A Cross-Cultural Approach (McFarland Press, 2012).

Andriy served as the Director of the Peter and Doris Centre for Ukrainian and Canadian Folklore and Curator of the Bohdan Medwidsky Ukrainian Folklore Archives since their inception and until summer of 2016.

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The collection consists of the audio recordings of proverbs recorded by Jason Golinowski with Andriy Nahachewsky for the Zabava program on the CFCW.

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The history timeline of the CFCW is available here: http://www.cfcw.com/inside.asp?mn=16&cc=2&id=48

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UF2016.18

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