« 2017. #5 (137)

The Ethnology Notebooks. 2017, 5 (137), 1198—1207

UDK 785.161:398.8(477)

DOI https://doi.org/10.15407/nz2017.05.1198


Furdyczko Andrij Orestovych, Ph.D in Cultural Studies,

associate professor of the Department of Folksong and Choral Art,

doctoral student of the Kiev National University of Culture and Arts,

honored artist of Ukraine,

Chigorin Str., 20, Kyiv, 01042, Ukraine

Contacts: Tel. (044) 2845149; e-mail: grucynj@i.ua

Abstract. The article aims to analyze the formation and development of pop­folk branch of Ukrainian traditional stage and its main stage performers; define the features of development and citing of folklore sources and images, symbols that represent sustai­nable cultural manifestation of Ukrainian mentality.

Keywords: pop culture, variety, folk, folk­orientation, citing, vocal and instrumental ensembles, folk melodies.

Received 26.06.2017


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