Bulletin of the G. Tsadasa Institute of Language, Literature and Art 28 (2021)
RITUAL WORDS AND SONGS IN THE MUSICAL FOLKLORE OF THE DARGINS
Pages: 79 - 86
The structure of the musical folklore of the Dargins is considered in accordance with the social organization, in relation to the levels of the rural community: tribal (tukhum), rural neighbor (jamaat) and inter-village (khureba). In the article, the author, basing on the field expedition material from the personal archive, focuses on the ritual genres of the tribal and calendar cycles that exist in both applied and ritual functions. In the ritual genres, the forms of performance are revealed, and the attachment of vocal and instrumental genres to gender and age groups is also traced.
Dagestan, Dargins, tukhum, jamaat, khureba, genre, song, lament, recitation, tradition, rite, chant, intonation.
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