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International Forum on Audio-Visual Resarch
Jahrbuch des Phonogrammarchivs 9



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BEITRÄGE
Ethnography from Vienna in World War I Prisoner-of-War Camps: premises, implications, and consequences for socio-cultural anthropology in German
Andre GINGRICH

The War, the Soldiers, the Prisoners, and the Folklorists in Europe: a comparative research summary
Problems of belonging in the remembrance of previous lives
Reinhard JOHLER

„… gelegentlich zum Teil musikwissenschaftlich fast wertlos“: zu Robert Lachs Studien Gesänge russischer Kriegsgefangener als Beitrag zur „vergleichenden Musikwissenschaft“
Michael WEBER

“Visiting Relatives”: on prisoners of war in Finno-Ugric studies Gerson KLUMPP Voices from the Camp: phonographic recordings and personal documents of Tatar/Bashkir prisoners of war (1914–1919)
Ingeborg BALDAUF

Recordings from Prisoner-of-War Camps, World War I from an Outsider’s Perspective: an essay
Florian MÜHLFRIED

FELDFORSCHUNGSBERICHTE
Volksmusik und Veränderung der Bräuche in Epiros (Feldforschung Griechenland 2017)
Efstratios NIKOLAROS

REZENSIONEN
Ignazio Macchiarella und Emilio Tamburini. 2018. Le voci ritrovate. Canti e narrazioni di prigionieri italiani della Grande Guerra negli archivi sonori di Berlino.
Udine: nota.
Gerda LECHLEITNER

Dan Lundberg. 2018. Singing through the Bars. Prison Songs as Identity Markers and as Cultural Heritage. (Skrifter utgivna av Svenskt Visarkiv, 44).
Stockholm: Svenskt Visarkiv / Statens Musikverk.
Gerda LECHLEITNER

Susanne Ziegler, Ingrid Åkesson, Gerda Lechleitner und Susana Sardo (eds.). 2017. Historical Sources of Ethnomusicology in Contemporary Debate.
Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.
Julio MENDÍVIL

Tätigkeitsbericht des Phonogrammarchivs für das Jahr 2017

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Helmut Kowar (Hg.)


International Forum on Audio-Visual Resarch
Jahrbuch des Phonogrammarchivs 9



ISSN 2413-3566
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ISSN 2413-3590
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ISBN 978-3-7001-8454-6
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Gerson Klumpp
PDF Icon  “Visiting Relatives”: on prisoners of war in Finno-Ugric studies ()
S.  119 - 151
doi:10.1553/jpa9s119

doi:10.1553/jpa9s119
Abstract:
The present article is about the documentation of soldiers as language bearers and singers. During both world wars, science institutions in Austria-Hungary, Finland, Estonia, and Germany made use of the situation in which representatives of different nations and languages were accessible in prisoner-of-war camps, and collected data for anthropological, linguistic and musicological research. Relations between the researchers and the researched varied, and the collected data were edited and published with different degrees of rigour. The documentation of languages was probably the most successful discipline, which seemed less burdened by excessively high expectations. Due to technical progress making possible the recording of sound, these documentation activities produced touching sound documents, which, however, are less extensive and of lower scientific value than the written documents. The Finno-Ugric languages of Russia in the first half of the 20th century are today documented in corpora which contain to a substantial degree contributions by prisoners of war. This refers equally to texts and lexical resources.

Keywords:  Prisoners of war, World War I, World War II, Finno-Ugric languages, linguistics, musicology; Magyar Tudományos Akadémia, Finno-Ugric Society
Published Online:  2019/05/02 11:09:14
Object Identifier:  0xc1aa5576 0x003aa1f1

BEITRÄGE
Ethnography from Vienna in World War I Prisoner-of-War Camps: premises, implications, and consequences for socio-cultural anthropology in German
Andre GINGRICH

The War, the Soldiers, the Prisoners, and the Folklorists in Europe: a comparative research summary
Problems of belonging in the remembrance of previous lives
Reinhard JOHLER

„… gelegentlich zum Teil musikwissenschaftlich fast wertlos“: zu Robert Lachs Studien Gesänge russischer Kriegsgefangener als Beitrag zur „vergleichenden Musikwissenschaft“
Michael WEBER

“Visiting Relatives”: on prisoners of war in Finno-Ugric studies Gerson KLUMPP Voices from the Camp: phonographic recordings and personal documents of Tatar/Bashkir prisoners of war (1914–1919)
Ingeborg BALDAUF

Recordings from Prisoner-of-War Camps, World War I from an Outsider’s Perspective: an essay
Florian MÜHLFRIED

FELDFORSCHUNGSBERICHTE
Volksmusik und Veränderung der Bräuche in Epiros (Feldforschung Griechenland 2017)
Efstratios NIKOLAROS

REZENSIONEN
Ignazio Macchiarella und Emilio Tamburini. 2018. Le voci ritrovate. Canti e narrazioni di prigionieri italiani della Grande Guerra negli archivi sonori di Berlino.
Udine: nota.
Gerda LECHLEITNER

Dan Lundberg. 2018. Singing through the Bars. Prison Songs as Identity Markers and as Cultural Heritage. (Skrifter utgivna av Svenskt Visarkiv, 44).
Stockholm: Svenskt Visarkiv / Statens Musikverk.
Gerda LECHLEITNER

Susanne Ziegler, Ingrid Åkesson, Gerda Lechleitner und Susana Sardo (eds.). 2017. Historical Sources of Ethnomusicology in Contemporary Debate.
Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.
Julio MENDÍVIL

Tätigkeitsbericht des Phonogrammarchivs für das Jahr 2017



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