Issue 9 5/99
The English columns of this issue:
- The Editors' Column
FolkWorld has moved to its own domain - time for thank you's for the first 8 issues and outlooks on the future!
FolkWorld - the removal
- FolkWorld Scene From Inside
Sámi Culture and the Yoik. Ursula Länsman (photo), member of the popular Sámi Band Angelit, introduces in this article the fascinating culture of her indeginous folk, the Sámi from Northern Europe.
Sámi Culture - A Sámi singer introduces her indeginous folk from Scandinavia
In the German version there are some other columns:
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The German columns of this issue:
- FolkWorld Szene von Innen
Plattdeutsch must survive - an inquiry with Platt (low) German singers. Für einen kurzen Vortrag über "Niederdeutsch im kulturellen Bereich am Beispiel Folklore" war Jörg Geschke am 19.03.99 zum "Beirat Niederdeutsch" eingeladen. Eine Kurzfassung seines interessanten Referates erschien in den LAG Folk News, und nun auch in FolkWorld. (Foto: Hannes Wader; by the mollis)
Northern Germany - Examination on Low German Singers and Songs
- News from Northern Germany
Die Kolumne der LAG Folk Schleswig-Holstein...
Northern Germany - News-Kolumne
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