WHY PLAY AND SING? THE ROLE OF FOLK GAMES AND FOLK SONGS IN EVERYDAY LIFE
ZAKAJ IGRATI IN PETI: VLOGA LJUDSKIH IGER IN LJUDSKIH PESMI V VSAKDANJEM ŽIVLJENJU

Katalin Lázár

DOI: https://doi.org/10.3986/Traditio2005340115

Abstract

Playing helps us in learning and developing more kinds of skills, further in developing our emotional world, not only in traditional society but in any time and any place. Singing strengthens collective consciousness and identity. Besides, playing and singing as basic forms of entertainment assure enjoying ourselves to us. We have to learn and do them for the sake of living a perfect life: to be able to express our joy and to amuse ourselves.

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Igranje pomaga pri učenju in razvijanju številnih sposobnosti, pa tudi pri razvoju čustvenega sveta, ne le v tradicionalni družbi, ampak v katerem koli prostoru in času. Petje krepi kolektivno zavest in identiteto. Poleg tega igranje in petje kot osnovni obliki zabave zagotavljata, da uživamo tudi sami s seboj. Zato se ju moramo učiti in s petjem in igranjem izražati svoje veselje in se zabavati.

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games; singing // igre; petje

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.3986/Traditio2005340115

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