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Partial Memory Loss: Sacred Folk Songs of the Czech Lands
Uhlíková, Lucie ; Toncrová, Marta
The paper deals with religious folk songs of the Czech lands, their origin and development. It illustrates how sacred songs came into the folk singing tradition, how they spread within it and how they were transformed, commenting also on their primary religious function.
From folklore to world music: Music and spirituality
Uhlíková, Lucie ; Přibylová, I.
The conference edited proceedings on folk and ethnic music, modern folk music and world music.
Partial Memory Loss: Sacred Folk Songs of the Czech Lands
Uhlíková, Lucie ; Toncrová, Marta
The paper deals with religious folk songs of the Czech lands, their origin and development. It illustrates how sacred songs came into the folk singing tradition, how they spread within it and how they were transformed, commenting also on their primary religious function.
Partial Memory Loss: Sacred Folk Songs of the Czech Lands
Uhlíková, Lucie ; Toncrová, Marta
The paper deals with religious folk songs of the Czech lands, their origin and development. It illustrates how sacred songs came into the folk singing tradition, how they spread within it and how they were transformed, commenting also on their primary religious function.
Politically Committed Songs: A Distinctive Product of the Czech Folk Revival Movement of the 1950s
Uhlíková, Lucie
The beginning of Communist totalitarian era in then Czechoslovakia brought with it political declarations of a new historical epoch and a new worldview, one whose rise was to be facilitated, among other ways, by a retooling of culture. Folklore was misused more than other areas because the folk revival movement was transformed into a strong propaganda tool. ‘New folk art’ in the spirit of socialist realism demanded new songs that would reline traditional forms with contemporary content, oftentimes with political or propaganda undertones. As is clear in contemporaneous folklore research, these propaganda ‘folksongs’ were composed primarily by members of politically active folk ensembles. Despite this, these were creative individuals closely tied to the live tradition, and their composition took place within that framework.
Searching for Roots : a Journey Uninterrupted
Uhlíková, Lucie ; Přibylová, I.
This publication presents the search for identity in the connection with music, the papers are attended to the folk and tramp music, and also the music of Africa, Asia and Europe melted into world music.
From Folklore to World Music
Uhlíková, Lucie ; Přibylová, I.
The papers presented there are colleted here along with an immediate response to some of the views presented at the final discussion.
From Folklore to World Music : a Discourse in Terminology
Uhlíková, Lucie ; Přibylová, I.
Explaining some terms and historical and social contexts in the Czech ethnology.
Such a sad read : The image of a Jews in Moravian folklore
Uhlíková, Lucie
The study deals with the aspects of laugher (and derision) and crying (sham lamentation) in the image of the Jew in Moravian folklore, namely in folk songs and petit verbal folklore units – sayings, adages, and proverbs.

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