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  Study Group on  Folk Musical Instruments


16th International Meeting


5-8 April, 2006

at the invitation of

The Institute of Lithuanian Literature and Folklore

Ivan Lešnik, (Slovenia)
"Classical" Instruments in Folk Music: Study Case from Slovene Istria

Andreas Meyer, (Germany)
"The Older Folks Used to Fiddle Around the Notes"
Playing the Violin for
Tambrin Bands in Tobago (West Indies)

Irena Miholić, (Croatia)
Between "Classical" and "Folk": the Case of Tambura

Timkehet Teffera, (Germany)
"Classical" Instruments in Folk Music and Vice Versa: The Case Aerophones among East African Societies

Larry Francis Hilarian, (Malay)
The Folk Lute Gambus, a Symbol of Malay Identity and Islam

Gisa Jähnichen, (Germany)
Sardinian Air in Lao Pipes

Rudolf Pietsch, (Austria)
Folk Music Instruments in Austria and their Use as Symbols

Dan Lundberg, (Sweden)
Bjĺrsk Pipe in Blossom – on the Revitalisation Process of a Folk Musical Instrument

Arvydas Kirda, (Lithuania)
Music of Wooden Trumpets Ragai in the Context of Lithuanian Instrumental Polyphony

Jacek Jackowski, (Poland)
Traditional Custom of Kettledruming during Eucharistic Processions in Central Poland (Łowicz Mazovia Region Examples)

Irisa Priedite, (Latvia)
Kokle als ein Symbol in der lettischen bildenden und angewandten Kunst

Katrin Valk, (Estonia)
Labaga Kannel in Setumaa in the Beginning of the 20th Century: Musical Analysis of the Playing Tradition

Bo Nyberg, (Sweden)
Petersburgskaya – a Russian Accordion among the Estonian Swedes

Alla Sokolova, (Russia)
The Adyg Harmonica as the Symbolical Text

Rūta Žarskienė, (Lithuania)
Lithuanian Folk Instruments and Instrumental Music Referring to Data of Archive Records

Romualdas Apanavičius, (Lithuania)
History and Problems of Lithuanian Ethnoinstrumentology

Gunnar Ternhag, (Sweden)
The Mora-Harp: Museumisation and De-Museumisation

Riitta Rainio, (Finland)
Jingle Bells, Bells and Bell Pendants – Listening to the Iron Age Finland

Mojca Kovačič, (Slovenia)
Bell and Its Symbolic Role in Slovenia

Gvidas Vilys, (Lithuania)
Typology of Lithuanian Signal Instrument Kleketas

Rimantas Sliužinskas, (Lithuania)
Learning to Play on Lithuanian Kankles: Traditional and Contemporary Educational Methods

Gaila Kirdienė, (Lithuania)
A Polka "In Minor Mode" – Fiddle Music Style of West Lithuania (District Telšiai)

Hans-Hinrich Thedens, (Norway)
The Fender Telecaster – a Mass-Produced Modern Instrument as the Keeper of Tradition

Bernard Garaj, (Slovakia)
Fujara – a Symbol of the Slovak Folk Music and New Ways of its Musical Use

Alma Bejtullahu, (Slovenia)
Çifteli – a Tool of the Political Empowerment in Kosovo

Ingrid Bertleff, (Germany)
Can Musical Instruments be National? The Symbolic Use of Musical Instruments in Vietnamese National Representation


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