Hungarian Heritage Volume 1 (2000) Numbers 1-2

Contents

Editorial Preface

Articles
Márta Fügedi: The Discovery of Matyó Folk Art
György Györffy: István Györffy, a Pioneer of Hungarian Ethnography
Béla Halmos: The Táncház Movement

Reports
László Göncz: Hungarians in the Muravidék
István Nagy and Rozália Raj: The Vajdaság (Voivodina) Center for Hungarian Folklore
Imre Gráfik: Where Regions Meet: Carpathian Basin Days
László Kelemen: The "Final Hour" Folk Music Project

Photographic Essay
Ferenc Cservenka: Images of Tradition (with an Introduction by Mihály Hoppál)

Exhibitions
Attila Selmeczi Kovács: "The Folk Culture of Hungary": The Permanent Exhibition of the Hungarian Museum of Ethnography

Miklós Cseri: The Szentendre Open-Air Museum of Ethnography

Books
Publications on Hungarian Historical Folklore (Réka Kiss)
ACTA 1997. I-II. Székely Nemzeti Múzeum és a Csíki Székely Múzeum Évkönyve (The annual of the Székely National Museum and the Székely Museum in Csík) (Gábor Dániel Ozsváth)
Hagyományos nöi szerepek (Traditional women's roles) (Márta Fügedi)

Films and Videos
Fazekasság I-III (The potter's craft) (István Csupor and János Tari)

Audio Releases
The Muzsikás Bartók Album

Festivals and Fairs
Pál Bánszky: Festival of Trades and Crafts
David Francis and Stan Reeves: The Táncház Festival in Budapest

The Folk Scene in 2000-Practical Information
Hungarian Folk Exhibitions and Programs at the Museum of Ethnography
Program at the Szentendre Open-Air Museum of Ethnography
Folk Dance Festivals and Folk Art Fairs
Hungarian Folk Dance and Folk Music Camps in Hungary and Romania
Where You'll Find a Táncház

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Hungarian Heritage Volume 2 (2001) Numbers 1-2

Contents

Articles
Imre Romsics: The Folk Art of Kalocsa
György Martin: Discovering Szék
György Szemadám: Hungarian Folklore on the Screen

Reports
Erika Bakonyi: The Táncház Guild
Béla Halmos: The Táncház Archive
József Liszka: The Center for European Ethnology in Komárom

Photographic Essay
Béla Kása: Portraits of Musicians

Exhibitions
Alice Gáborján: Fancy Frieze-Coat
Jolán Borbély: Living Folk Art: A National Folk Art Exhibition
István Páll: The Sóstó Museum Village
Györgyi H. Csukás: The Bakony and Balaton-Felvidék Region in the Hungarian Open Air Museum in Szentendre

Books
Imre Gráfik: Signs in Culture and Tradition (Mihály Hoppál)
Erzsébet Kótyuk: A népi gyógyítás hagyományai egy kárpátaljai magyar faluban (Traditions of folk medicine in a Hungarian village in Kárpátalja) (Gyula Viga)
A Néprajzi Múzeum gyüjteményei (Collections of the Hungarian Museum of Ethnography) Zoltán Fejös (general editor) (Miklós Szilágyi)
Gyula Paczolay: European Proverbs in 55 Languages (László Bakos)
János Sipos: In the Wake of Béla Bartók in Anatolia (Éva Csáki)

Films, Videos and CD-ROMs
János Csányi (ed.) Játékvilág Magyarországon (The joy of playing in the heart of Europe)
Lujza Tari: A szabadságharc népzenei emlékei (Remembering the War of Independence through folk music) CD-ROM

Audio Releases
Pátria. Magyar népzenei gramafonfelvételek ("Pátria." Gramaphone recordings of Hungarian folk music) (Ferenc Sebö)

Festivals and Fairs
Éva Héra: Feasts and Festivals

Living Traditions
Ferenc Sebö: The Hungarian State Folk Ensemble

The Folk Scene in 2001-Practical Information
The Hungarian Museum of Ethnography
The Hungarian Open-Air Museum in Szentendre
Folk Dance Festivals and Folk Art Fairs
Hungarian Folk Dance and Folk Music Camps in Hungary and Romania
Where You'll Find a Táncház

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Hungarian Heritage Volume 3 (2002) Numbers 1-2

Contents

Editorial Preface

Recommendation by the Council of Europe on the Csángó Minority Culture

Articles
Vilmos Tánczos: Hungarians in Moldavia
Ferenc Pozsony: The Historical Consciousness of the Moldavian Csángós
István Pávai: The Folk Music of the Moldavian Hungarians
Anikó Péterbencze: Dances and Dance Customs in the Villages around Bacau (Bákó)
Tamás Mohay: Moldavian Hungarians in Csiksomlyó at Pentecost
Mária Domokos: Pál Péter Domokos
Mária Domokos: Zoltán Kallós
Vilmos Voigt: The Golden Age of Collecting Csángó Folk Music

Reports
Ferenc Pozsony: The Kriza János Ethnographical Society
Ildikó Sándor: Csángó Táncház - Minority Culture - Identity

Photographic Essay
Tamás Hofer: Moldavian Csángós

Exhibitions
Imre Gráfik: The Hungarian Saddle

Books
László Kunkovács: Ösépitmények (Ancient structures) (Attila Selmeczi Kovács)
László Diószegi (ed.): Hungarian Csángós in Moldavia (László Diószegi
Attila Selmeczi Kovács: Nemzeti jelképek (National symbols) (Zoltán Szabó)
László Felföldi and András Gombos (eds.) Living human Treasures in Hungary. Folk Dance (Zoltán Karácsony)

Films and Videos
A moldvai csángókról (About the Moldavian Csángó people) (Kinga Szilveszter)
Domokos Péter Pál királysága (Pál Péter Domokos' kingdom) (Kinga Szilveszter)

Audio Releases
The Anthology of Hungarian Folk Music 7: Moldavia, Bukovina (Mária Domokos)
Gregorián énekek és balladák a csángóknál (Gregorian chants and ballads among the Csángós) (László Dobszay)
András Berecz: Kökertben liliom (Lily in the rock garden) (Réka Pávai)

Festivals and Fairs
Imre Papp: Csángó Festival-Folklore Festival of European Minorities

The Folk Scene in 2002-Practical Information
The Museum of Ethnography
The Hungarian Open Air Museum in Szentendre
Folk Dance Festivals and Folk Art Fairs
Folk Dance and Folk Music Camps in Hungary, Romania, and Slovakia
Where You'll Find a Táncház

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Hungarian Heritage Volume 4 (2003) Numbers 1-2

Contents

Articles
Lujza Tari: Recording Hungarian Folk Music
Ferenc Sebö: Bartók and Folk Music
János Tari: Ethnographic Filmmaking in Hungary in the Twentieth Century
Melinda Égetö: Wine in Hungarian Folk Culture

Reports
László Kelemen: Maintaining Hungarian Identity in Burgenland
Imre Küllös: The People of god in Drávaszög

Exhibitions
Edit H. Bathó: Folk Costumes of the Jász People
László Szabó G.: The Ethnographic Exhibition of the National Historical Memorial Park of Ópusztaszer

Books
Attila Paládi-Kovács (gen. ed.): Magyar Néprajz (Hungarian ethnology) (Attila Paládi-Kovács)
Múzsák kertje (The garden of muses) (Attila Selmeczi Kovács)
Karl Manherz: Volkstrachten der Ungarndeutschen (Mónika Lackner)
Katalin Lázár: Gyertek, gyertek játszani I. (Cone on, let's play) (Attila Selmeczi Kovács)

Films, Videos and CD-ROMs
Ernö Pesovár: A magyar néptánc története (History of Hungarian folk dance) (Zoltán Karácsony)
A Vajdasági Magyarok Néprajzi Atlasza (Ethnographical atlas of the Hungarian in Voivodina) (Árpád Papp)
Encyclopaedia Humana Hungarica (József Szentpéteri)

Audio Releases
Musica Historica: Bonum Vinum (Katalin Puskás)

Festivals and Fairs
Éva Héra: Three Cities, One Celebration of Dance. Danube Folklore Festival 2002

The Folk Scene in 2003-Practical Information
The Museum of Ethnography
The Hungarian Open Air Museum in Szentendre
Folk Dance Festivals and Folk Art Fairs
Folk Dance and Folk Music Camps
Where You'll Find a Táncház

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Hungarian Heritage Volume 4 (2003) Numbers 1-2

Contents


Articles
Katalin Sinkó: Changes in the Meaning of the Concept of "Folk Art" between 1852 and 1898
Kincsö Verebélyi: Does the Peasantry Have Its Own Folk Art?
Pál Bánszky: The Wild Flowers of fine Art: Naive Art in Hungary

Reports
Gabriella Igyártó: For Traditionalist Craftsmanship. The Association of Hungarian Folk Artists
Lóránd Boros: The Kallós Museum at Válaszút
László Felföldi and András Gombos: Living Human Treasures in Hungary

Photographic Essay
Ágnes Fülemüle and Balázs Balogh: An Emblematic Ethnographic Region in Transylvania (Erdély)

Exhibitions
Mrs Kriskó Mária Dávid: The Museum of Applied Art in Kecskemét
Márta Magyari and Ildikó Petrovszki: Folk Art Objects in the collection of the Déri Museum of Debrecen
Orsolya Kapitány: The Open Air Museum of Somogy County in Szenna

Books
Nemzeti örökségünk (Our Folk Art Heritage) (Mária Flórián)
Endre Abkarovits: Táncházi portrék (Dance House Portratis) (E. A.)
Imre Romsics: Élö népmüvészet Kalocsán (Living Folk Art in Kalocsa) (I. R.)
János Tari: Néprajzi filmezés Magyarországon (Ethnographic Filmmaking in Hungary) (Rumen István Csörsz)

The Folk Scene in 2004-Practical Information
The Museum of Ethnography
The Hungarian Open Air Museum in Szentendre
Where You'll Find a Táncház or a Folk Music Club
Folk Dance Festivals and Folk Art Fairs
Folk Dance and Folk Music Camps in Hungary and in Romania

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Hungarian Heritage Volume 6 (2005) Numbers 1-2

Contents

Editorial Preface (Mihály Hoppál)

Articles
Éva Szacsvay: History of the Custom of the Bethlehem Play and Its European Connection
Ibolya Forrai: "Csobánolás." Nativity Plays of the Bukovinian Székelys in the Past and in the Present

Photographic Essay
Rozália Kóka: From House to House. Revival of a Bethlehem Play

Reports
Éva Szacsvay: Creche Exhibitions and Nativity Players Festivals
Eszter Csonka-Takács: The European Folklore Institute
Margit Kész: Preservation of Traditional Culture in Transcarpathia
Vilmos Voigt: Folklore, Ethnography and Cultural Anthropology in Hungarian Higher Education
Zoltán Füredi: Second "Dialektus" Festival

Exhibitions
Zoltán Szabó: Bagpipes and Bagpipers in the Carpathian Basin and Beyond
Ferenc Pozsony: The Csángó Museum in Zabola (Zabala, Romania)
Emese Joó: Outsider Art-Everyday Creativity

Books
Imola Küllös: Közköltészet és népköltészet (Popular poetry and folk poetry) (by Rumen István Csörsz)
Pál Váradi Péter - Lilla Löwey: Erdély-Siebenbürgen-Transylvania
Pál Váradi Péter - Lilla Löwey: Erdély-Kalotaszeg Képes Krónika (Transylvania-Kalotaszeg A Photographic Chronicle) (by Endre Abkarovits)

Films, Videos and CD-ROMs
Néprajz mozgóképen (Ethnography on Film) Video series of the Museum of Ethnography (by Judit Csorba)
Magyar népi viseletek (Hungarian Folk Costumes) Video series (by Mária Flórián)

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Hungarian Heritage Volume 7 (2006) Numbers 1-2

Contents

Articles
Béla Bartók: Research on Musical Folklore in Hungary
Denijs Dille: Interview with Béla Bartók (1937) (Introduction by László Vikárius)
Zoltán Szabó: Bartók's Bagpipers
György Martin: Bartók, Kodály and the Study of Folkdance
Mihály Szegedy-Maszák: From Text to Music: Bartók's Approach to Literary Works

Reports
László Vikárius: The History of the Budapest Bartók Archives
Tünde Sipos: The Cultural Life of the Hungarians of Croatia

Photographic Essay
Bartók in 1915—A Photographer of the Home Front (László Vikárius)

Exhibitions
Ágnes Virághalmy: The Renovation and Revivification of the Béla Bartók Memorial House
Krisztina Pálóczy: With Pipe, Drum, and Didgeridoo
Beatrix Basics: József Huszka, Draughtsman and Collector 1854-1934

Films, Videos and CD-ROMs
Bartók and Arab Folk Music—CD-ROM (János Kárpáti)
Consciousness—Attila József—DVD (Ilona H. Bagó)
Portraits of Folk Musicians—Videofilm series (Judit Csorba)

Festivals and Fairs
Éva Héra: 3rd CIOFF World Folkloriada, 2004—Hungary

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Hungarian Heritage Volume 8 (2007) Numbers 1-2

Contents

Articles
Olga Szalay: A Hundred Years of Hungarian Ethnomusicology (1905-2005)
Bálint Sárosi: Kodály 2007
Lujza Tari: The Role of Zoltán Kodály in Instrumental Folk Music Research
Olga Szalay: The Folk Song in the Approaches to Research of Bartók and Kodály
Kazuyuki Tanimoto: Kodály and Ainu Melodies
Erzsébet Szőnyi: Zoltán Kodály and Music Pedagogy
The Bestowal of an Honorary Doctoral Degree on Zoltán Kodály

Reports
Ilona Farkas Sebestyén: Remembering Zoltán Kodály
Anna Szakály: The Kodály Ensemble in Toronto

Photographic Essay
Zoltán Móser: On the Lack of Love and the Elderly who Safeguard Tradition

Exhibitions
Ferenc Bónis: The Zoltán Kodály Museum and Archives
István Pávai: Zoltán Kodály, Researcher of Folk Music. Exhibition of Photographs and Documents in the Hungarian Heritage House

Books
Olga Szalay: Kodály, the Ethnomusicologist and his Scholarly Workshop (Loránt Péteri)
Lujza Tari: Zoltán Kodály, Researcher of Instrumental Folk Music (Anna Dalos)
Olga Szalay and Márta Bajcsay Rudas: Zoltán Kodály's Collection in Salonta (Anna Dalos)

Audio Releases
Hungarian Folk Music Collected by Zoltán Kodály' Phonograph Cylinders—CD (Lujza Tari)
Ferenc Kiss: Peacock Song—DVD (László K. Tóth)
Clip—DVD

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