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Polish musical homes
Transcript of Polish musical homes
Polish Musical Homelands: Siberia, Brazil, Australia
There are two types of imigrants who came from Polish territories to this region:
1) the descendants of political exiles, many since XIX
- Irkutsk, Siberian Usole, Ulan Ude
2) The descendants of voluntary settlers at the end of XIX and about 1910 - Viershina (people from Malopolska region and Dabrowski Coalfield), Pichtynsk (Bug Hollander)
The research was expected to provide answers to the following questions:
What role do the Polish repertoires play in the process of integrating, sustaining, and manifesting the communities of Polish diaspora?
What kind of presence do the repertoires assume in traditional rituals, the sacred sphere, and formal ceremonies organized by state institutions, such as regional celebrations, harvest festivals, tourist events, as well as in the artistic communities, the media, Internet, and everyday public space: at school, on the streets, and in private homes?
How did the performed repertoires evolve in the historical process, and how do they function today within cultural zones?
In which situations connected with the celebration of national identity are songs with lyrics in the Polish language replaced with those in the language of a given country?
“To be means to communicate dialogically.
When the dialogue ends, everything ends” поэтики Достоевского
Problemy poetiki Dostojewskogo
Since 1994 the author of this presentation with musicology students from the universities in Poznan and in Wroclaw has been carried out investigations of musical traditions of the Polish diaspora groups. The expeditions already took place in Belarus (1994, 1995, 1996, 2013, 2015), Lithuania (1997, 1998 and 2001), Romania (2002), Ukraine (2003, 2004, 2005), Siberia (2006, 2011), Brazil (2009), Turkey (2014) and Australia (2015).
Home prayers of Bug Hollander
Carols or kolendas
from the canticles-book
"Nowo wydany Kancyonał Pruski'" (New Published Prussian Hymnbook) in Polish language (Königsberg 1911) - the hymn-book most common used by Bug Hollander
"the most Polish village in Siberia"
The Polish ensemble "Jarzumbek"
House in the village
The first Polish immigrants
Greetings in Karpates
Rehearsal of the "Karolinka" ensemble
King Herod performed in Bateias do Baixo
PolArt 2015 Melbourne –
13th National Polish Arts Festival
Polish Saturday school in Sydney
Adria Nostalgia Ensemble
Holy Family Polish Nursing Home
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