"Jatkuvassa liikkeessä on myös koko kalevalainen perintömme"

Nykyrunolauluun liittyvät puheen tavat suomalaisissa medioissa

  • Heidi Haapoja

Abstrakti

This article examines the discussions that concern the new Kalevalaic rune singing in
Finland, and analyses the way that this phenomenon is described in public channels. The
dataset consists of over 100 media texts, such as newspaper articles, TV documentaries
and Internet videos and writings.
Based on the old mythical, metric, poetical system, folkloristic collections and extensive
archives of these poems and songs, the new Kalevalaic rune singing has turned out
to be one of the most vital and salient parts of the Finnish contemporary professional
folk music field, and therefore it is often present in public discourse. The article aims to
analyse how the relation between the past and the present is seen in the dataset and how
language is used in this context. The discussions that concern this phenomenon refer to
many layers: among other things, they reflect nationalistic ideologies, methodological
nationalism and the ways that the role of tradition and heritage in the western neo-liberal
world is seen. Furthermore, the creativity of an individual musician, the fields of Finnish
Julkaistu
2013-12-01
Viittaaminen
Haapoja, H. (2013). "Jatkuvassa liikkeessä on myös koko kalevalainen perintömme": Nykyrunolauluun liittyvät puheen tavat suomalaisissa medioissa. Elore, 20(2). https://doi.org/10.30666/elore.79085
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