INTERPRETIRANJE PLESNEGA IZROČILA: LOKALNO, NACIONALNO IN NADNACIONALNO
INTERPRETING FOLK DANCE HERITAGE: LOCAL, NATIONAL AND TRANSNATIONAL LEVEL

Bojan Knific

DOI: https://doi.org/10.3986/Traditio2013420107

Abstract

Programska različnost evropskih folklornih skupin je deloma povezana z različnostjo plesnega in drugega izročila, a bolj kot različnost izročil nanjo vplivajo selekcije pričevanj o plesnem izročilu in njegovo folkloriziranje. Folklorna dejavnost se namreč uresničuje s poudarjanjem drugačnosti našega izročila od izročila drugih, in sicer že v nacionalnih mejah, ko so nekatere prvine plesnega izročila določenega območja poudarjene in druge zapostavljene. Še bolj pa se to kaže, če primerjamo dojemanje in interpretiranje izročila na mednarodni ravni. Glede načinov folkloriziranja izročila obstajajo nadnacionalna kulturna območja s posebnostmi, ki vodijo k podobnosti programov folklornih skupin med njimi, in različnosti, če se primerjajo s skupinami zunaj njih.

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The variety among programmes of the European folk dance groups is partly linked to the diversity of dance and other traditions, but is due more to the selection of testimonies on dance tradition and their folklorization. Folk dance activity is namely actualized in emphasizing the distinctiveness of Our tradition from the tradition of Others. This is not only the case within national borders, where certain elements of the dance tradition of a certain area have been exposed and the others neglected, but even more so when we compare the perception and interpretation of traditions on an international level. Concerning the transformation of traditions into folk traditions, there exist transnational cultural areas with their own features that account for the resemblances among the programmes of the folk dance groups within the areas as well as the differences when comparing dances from different areas.

Keywords

folklorna skupina; plesno izročilo; ljudski ples; folklorni ples; folklorizem // folk dance group; folk dance heritage; folk dance; folkloric dance; folklorism

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