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Title: Folklor dziecięcy
Authors: Burczyk, Irena
Keywords: Folklor dziecięcy
Issue Date: 2012
Citation: J. Uchyła-Zroski (red.), "Muzyka w środowisku społecznym" (s. 390-397). Katowice : Wydawnictwo Uniwersytetu Śląskiego
Abstract: Child folklore is the area of folklore composed of word, word-music, visual and graphic products. The author of the article deals with the issue of child folklore, treating it from a start the notion created for children and by children. Thus, a child is presented here as a conscious fun creator through getting to know manipulative games aiming at learning the body, the activities, the circle of the closest relatives, childhood singing repertoire, namely lullabies and traditional-mimetic forms. Child folklore also covers child products being an adaptation of the elements of adult culture. Microforms, such as counting- outs, rhymes, “language twisters” focused on semantics or phony play an important role. Child mental-physical specificity determines the features of creativity, i.e. memorization, existence in performance, syncretism, openness and occasional nature. Songs are accompanied by movement, and a drama, not a choreographic arrangement.
ISBN: 9788322621035
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