The collection with Komi folklore of narrators of Yamal and Yugra was published
15:18 7 июня 2017
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The collection of folkloristic texts of Trans-Ural Komi people with the sound application on a CD was published. It includes 16 examples of the published art-works. The collection includes 13 epic art-works, 9 fairy-tales, three prosaic works and two songs – fairy-tales, 26 were published for the first time. They were recorded in Yamal-Nenets Autonomous Okrug and Khanty-Mansiysk Autonomous Okrug in 1994 — 2009.
Radio programs have been broadcasted in Yamal since 1994, television programs were added in 1999. These programs are prepared by journalists of the TV Company “Yamal-Region” Maria Yoltysheva, Anatoly Terentyev and Valentina Shakhova. For many years, meeting with the local old-timers, they collected folkloristic materials. They managed to record many great performers: Michael Terentyev and Afanasiy Terentyev from Beloyarsk, Elena Terentyeva and Aleksey Popov from Salekhard, Anna Popova and Yevdokia Dadayeva from Vosyakhovo and others. Records made by journalists of Yamal in 2010 were sent to Valentina Philippova, PhD in philology, associate professor of Syktyvkar State University of Pitirim Sorokin. After her death, since 2012, this work has been continued by folklorists Anatoly Panyukov and Nadezhda Korovina — the compilers of the collection.
Particularly value is in so that the texts included into the collection are reproduced without distortions and literary interventions, original speech of narrators living in Yamal-Nenets Autonomous Okrug and being native speakers on Izhma dialect of Komi language was preserved. The Komi texts are accompanied with translations into Russian language, as IA “Komiinform” (komiinform.ru) informs. The compilers strived to preserve accuracy of the translation, if necessary, they gave explanatory words. The most specific poetic images, ethnic and everyday realities and parts difficult for translations are explained in comments to the texts or in the dictionary, which accompanies the publication.