2012. Vol. 13. № 1 (45)
|About some problems of contemporary folklore theory and practice: between the idea of revival and ethnocultural business
|About folklore subcorpus of the Russian language National corpus
|Structure and particularities of patronal fests distribution among Russians in the Kama Region
|Egoriev day in the local traditions of Komi-Permyaks
|Easter visiting in the calendar rites of the Ural Germans
|Goleva T., Chernykh A.
|Calendar fests and rites of Estonians in Perm Region
|Vayman D., Chernykh A.
|Surem uzho in calendar rites of Perm Mari
|Genre typology of the Sakha (Yakut) people’s ritual music
|Yakut musical instruments in ethnographic researches of the 19th—20th centuriesDyakonova V. Yakut musical instruments in ethnographic researches of the 19th—20th centuries
|Phonoinstruments of Yukaghirs
|Kardashevskaya L., Sheykin Yu.
|Musical instruments of Evenki
|Traditional kantele playing in Russian Karelia (based on archive sources and museum collections)
|Sergey Molodov’s handwritten self-instruction book for playing the accordion: a manuscript of the contemporary folk tradition
|Folk songs of Kharkov Polytech students in 1950-s — early 1960-s
|Contemporary team fight song
|Profession for young: traditions of ballet subculture
|Radchenko D., Pisarev A.
|Reenactment: norms and folklore of a subculture
|Intellectual movement «What? Where? When?»: folklore and traditions
|V. Yurlov as a Simbirsk collector of Russian folklore