This work consists of descriptions of Ukrainian wedding customs and wedding songs recorded from Mrs. Olga Savaryn (mother) and Mrs. Olena Prystajecky (grandmother). All songs are transcribed and translated. This collection was a result of a fieldwork project which was part of the assignment for the UKR 422 course at the University of Alberta in the fall term of 1979. This project includes: sheet music, song lyrics, and indexed interviews.
42 Archival description results for folksongs
This collection includes wedding songs, winter cycle songs, and various other songs sung by Maria Mazuryk.Biscoe, Anna
The collection consists of field materials collected by Anna-Marie Kryschuk as part of her assignments for the folklore courses she took at the University of Alberta. It includes collected folk remedies, and folk songs performed during vinkopletennia (wreath weaving ritual).Kryschuk, Anna-Marie
A review of a book of folksongs gathered by Marko Vovchok,issued by Muzychna Ukraina in1979.Bandera, Mark Jaroslav
The collection consists of folk songs recorded during December 1979 for the UKR-422 Ukrainian Folklore course at the University of Alberta. It includes texts of 21 songs collected by Boris Radio from Mrs. T. Gural, Mrs. N. Radio, and Mrs. Hulewich, their biographical information. In addition to transcripts of the songs, Boris translated them. The audio cassette contains recording of the songs and histories of interviewees.Radio, Boris
Collection of texts of songs and verses collected by Christine Nebozuk for her UKR-421 Ukrainian Folklore class at the University of Alberta from informants from Western Ukraine. Contains text to songs given by informants.Nebozuk, Christine
The collection of proverbs and beliefs consists of field notes by Demjan Hohol made during his fieldwork project for UKR-421 course in October-November 1977. It includes proverbs written down from respondents and their equivalents from Plaviuk and other sources.
A collection of texts of songs, proverbs and customs collected from informants in Alberta. Appendix contains text of a religious letter from Father Kuban.Luciw, Daria
The project consists of songs and verses collected in Edmonton from the informants Joe Olinyk, Anna Olinyk, Mrs. Helena Pinkyj, Mrs. Eva Kurylo, Mrs. Maria Stratychuk, Mrs. Annie Kapach, and Mrs. Mary Lagoski, some of whom grew up in Galicia or Bukovina and immigrated to Canada.
The collection consists of descriptions of Ukrainian wedding customs and wedding songs recorded from Mrs. Olga Savaryn (mother) and Mrs. Olena Prystajecky (grandmother). All songs are transcribed and translated. This collection was a result of a fieldwork project which was part of the assignment for the UKR 422 course at the University of Alberta in the fall term of 1979.Savaryn, Helen
This collection includes songs collected by Ihor Kruk in 1973 in Kuban' from the woman who was born in 1894 and moved to Kuban' in 1905, and proverbs collected in 1977 in Canada.Kruk, Ihor
The collection consists of verses collected in Canada from various pioneers from western Ukraine, and a collection of jokes, proverbs, New Year's verses and texts of other folk songs.Scharabun, Irene
The collection consists of field materials collected by Jason Golinowski during his master studies at the Ukrainian Folklore program, University of Alberta, as well as essays on a wide range of Ukrainian folklore topics, such as Ukrainian crafts, rites of passage, folksongs, celebrations, personal narratives, and others.Golinowski, Jason
This collection includes an essay on proverbs, riddles, and sayings along with a book review for the courses Ukrainian 423 and Ukrainian 422.Tokaryk, Lily
A collection of course work by Mark Bandera including book reviews, annotated bibliographies, and essay on topics such as folklore, folksongs, tsymbaly, and bandury.Bandera, Mark Jaroslav
The collection consists of a fieldwork project and final papers done by Markian Kowaliuk for the Ukrainian Folklore courses at the University of Alberta.Kowaliuk, Markian
The collection consists of assignments for various folklore classes at the University of Alberta including Ukrainian Material Culture (UKR-527), Ukrainian Folk Art and Performance (UKR-528), Rites of Passage (UKR-525), Ukrainian Calendar Customs (UKR-526), Ukrainian Folk Songs (UKR-522), Ukrainian Folk Prose (UKR-523), and Ukrainian Folklore in Canada (UKR-532).
The collection includes the following projects:
- Poias for the Babies
- Bunica's Funeral Dinner: The China
- A Kuzhil' [Distaff] Among Flowers
- "Yuriy Fedkowych Ukrainian Educational Society of Soda Lake" Proscenium Screen
- Ukrainian Rites of Passage: Silence and Pregnancy
- Iordan, Feast of the Epiphany
- Katie and Christine: Their Kolomyiky
- Wolves and Viagra: Katie and Metro
- Literary Folkloristics and the Personal Narrative by Sandra Dolby Stahl: A Review of the Study
- On Forgetting
Recollections of Ropchan (Rapchan) brothers, as well as indexes and transcripts of interviews conducted by Monica for her dissertation are also part of this collection.Jensen, Monica