Sapno vaizdinys lietuvių liaudies dainose

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Document Type:
Straipsnis / Article
Language:
Lietuvių kalba / Lithuanian
Title:
Sapno vaizdinys lietuvių liaudies dainose
Alternative Title:
Portrayal of dreams in Lithuanian folk songs
In the Journal:
Liaudies kultūra. 2014, Nr. 3, p. 23-33
Keywords:
LT
Lietuvių liaudies dainos; Lietuvių liaudies dainos, sapno motyvas; Sapnas; Simboliai; Užsąmonė.
EN
Dream; Dream motifs; Lithuanian folk songs; Symbols; Under-conscious.
Summary / Abstract:

LTStraipsnyje tiriamas sapno motyvas lietuvių liaudies dainose. Pasitelkiamas analitinis, lyginamasis ir interpretacinis metodas. Lietuvių liaudies dainose minimus sapnus galima suskirstyti į dvi grupes: 1) didžiuosius, arba pranašiškus, sapnus, kurie sapnavusįjį smarkiai paveikia, turi simbolinę prasmę ir yra susiję su kolektyvine užsąmone, ir 2) mažuosius, arba buitinius, sapnus, kurie tėra susiję su sapnavusiojo asmeniu ir asmenine patirtimi. Lyginant lietuvių liaudies dainose minimų pranašiškų sapnų aiškinimus su paplitusiais tradiciniais bei aptinkamais senuosiuose sapnininkuose, pastebėta, kad jie dažnai sutampa. Taip pat pastebėta, kad dainose sapnus dažniausiai aiškina vyresnio amžiaus moterys. [Iš leidinio]

ENDespite the fact that the traditional culture of the Lithuanian nation, as well as importance of the phenomenon of dreams, has been plenty studied during the last few decades; however there has been no exhaustive study and research on dream motifs in Lithuanian folklore. For this reason, in this study it was decided to begin an analysis of various fragments of Lithuanian folk songs, where we can find dream motifs mentioned. They are researched according to the general context of folk culture. The objective of this research is to ascertain how visible are dream motifs in Lithuanian folk songs and what underlying information they encode. This research studies importance of dream in Lithuanian folk songs, most common variations of dream, relation with other traditional elements. There are two groups of dreams defined – great dreams, where we can find many prophetical elements and symbolically encoded information, and small dreams, where dreamer’s personal lifetime and a-day-before experience, subliminal mind appear. [From the publication]

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0236-0551
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2018-12-17 00:23:18
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