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January-April 2017

Fluturi și flori pe Muntele Tâmpa
Butterflies and flowers on Tampa Mountain
Die Schmetterlinge und Blumen der Zinne
Pillangók és virágok a Cenken
Biserica "Sf. Nicolae" din Șcheii Brașovului
?Sf. Nicolae? Church from Scheii Brasovului quarter
Die "Sf. Nicolae"-Kirche in der Kronstädter Oberen Vorstadt
A porondi Szent Miklós templom
Floriile și Paștile în Transilvania
Palm Sunday and Easter in Transylvania
Palmsonntag und Ostern in Siebenbürgen
Virágvasárnap és húsvét Erdélyben
Paști la Castelul Bran
Easter at the Bran Castle
Ostern in der Törzburg
Húsvét a törcsvári kastélyban
Pe urmele folclorului
On the folklore footsteps
Auf den Spuren der Volkskunst
A folklór nyomában
Portul dăișorean în miniatură
Costumes from Daisoara on a small scale
Die Dăişoara-Tracht in Miniatur
Longodári viselet miniatűrben
Junii Cristianului, ofertă culturală
Juni from Cristian, cultural offer
Junii Cristianului als Kulturangebot
A Junii Cristianului kulturális kínálata
Plugarul, în Țara Făgărașului
?Plugarul? (the Ploughman) in Tara Fagarasului region
Der Ackermann im Fogarascher Land
A szántóvető Fogarasföldön
Primăvara, la Feldioara
Spring in Feldioara
Frühjahr in Marienburg
Tavasz Földváron
Ghimbav: Inima cu trei trandafiri
Ghimbav: the three roses heart
Weidenbach: Das Herz mit den drei Rosen
Vidombák: Szív három rózsával
Hărmanul, legendă vie
Harman, a living legend
Honigberg, lebendige Sagen
Szászhermány, élő legendák
Sânpetru și împrejurimile
Sanpetru and its surroundings
Petersberg und seine Umgebung
Szentpéter és környéke

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Costumes from Daisoara on a small scale



In Daisoara village, Rupea area, Brasov County, a family of traditional craftsmen made a unique project: ?The costumes from Daisoara on a small scale?. They got the idea as a result of the fact that, in Daisoara, the traditional costume is a product of the historical development of the locality. It reveals the occupation, lifestyle, attitude and faith towards ?what?s ours?, towards what?s beautiful, ?it is made by the elderly and worn by us?, expresses the character of modest, sociable, respectful, hard-working people, but also ready to party, who strictly respect work, customs and traditions.

Puppet dressing

?I got the idea of dressing the puppets in traditional costumes because I consider them suitable messengers for acknowledging the customs and traditions. They say that one who doesn?t know its history, artistic manifestations of their people, traditions, customs, cannot find itself. It has nowhere to go, if it doesn?t know from where it started in life. With a wish to save the priceless art treasures of people of Daisoara from being forgotten, I try to rebuild scenes of my grandparents and great grandparents? lives by layouts hand made with a lot of love?, told us Ms Angela Boboia, puppets folklore designer.

Puppets museum

In order to promote the traditional costumes, all puppets have been put together in a museum of Daisoara village. In this little museum of mannequins, there are various puppets: boy and girl ready to go caroling; wife with "rozor" and a few women with "vălitoare" on their heads ? a flower scarf worn by women after their 60s; miniatures "wedding group with dowry in the carriage"; girl in "crătințe", ready for dance; bride with peacocks; the famous musicians from Daisoara; dancers, Calusari band, with the "Fecioreasca din Dăișoara" dance, played in a semi-circle or circle and other puppets representing characters in the community life.

Messengers of the costumes

?I care a lot for my mannequins and I am sure they are the messengers of the traditional costumes specific to Daisoara village. The smallest puppet is 15 ? 20 cm tall, and the tallest measures one meter, from which I cannot be apart. The most interesting is the bride with peacock, I really love her and I put all my heart in making it?, also told us the designer Angela Boboia.


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