Parallelism and Musical Structures in Ingrian and Karelian Oral Poetry

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Kallio , K 2018 , ' Parallelism and Musical Structures in Ingrian and Karelian Oral Poetry ' Oral Tradition , vol. 31 , no. 2 , 5 , pp. 331–354 . https://doi.org/10.1353/ort.2017.0013

Title: Parallelism and Musical Structures in Ingrian and Karelian Oral Poetry
Author: Kallio, Kati
Contributor: University of Helsinki, Department of Philosophy, History, Culture and Art Studies 2010-2017
Belongs to series: Oral Tradition
ISSN: 1542-4308
Abstract: Listening to historical oral poetry usually means listening to sound recordings in the archives with no possibility to ask questions or compare performances by one singer in different performance arenas. Yet, when a greater amount of recordings from different singers and by different recorders is available, the comparison of these performances has the potential to reveal some locally shared understandings on the uses of poetic registers. In the present article, this setting is applied to examine the relationships of textual parallelism and musical structures in Kalevala-metric oral songs recorded from two Finnic language areas, Ingria and Karelia.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10138/290316
Date: 2018
Subject: 6160 Other humanities
oral poetry
parallelism
Ethnomusicology
poetics
Kalevala-meter poetry
6122 Literature studies
parallelism
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