Further Reading

 

Please note, the following is meant as a starting point for further reading, but is by no means an exhaustive list. If you have a specific inquiry about the project, the bandura, or the kobzar tradition, please contact us at marcia_ostashewski[at]cbu.ca, and we will try to provide you with the information you’re looking for!

 

MAJOR PRIMARY SOURCES:

 

Berezovs’kyi, I.P., M.S. Rodina and V.H. Khomenko, eds. Istorychni Pisni. Kyiv: Vydavnytstvo Akademii Nauk Ukrains’koi RSR, 1961.

 

Kolessa, Filiaret. Melodii ukrains’kykh narodnykh dum. Kyiv: Naukova Dumka, 1969.

 

Hrushevs’ka, Kateryna. Ukrains’ki narodni dumu, vol. 1. Kharkiv: Derzhavne vydavnytstvo Ukrainy, 1927. Reprinted as Vybrani pratsi, [s.l.]: Nord-Press, 2007.

 

Hrushevs’ka, Kateryna. Ukrains’ki narodni dumy, vol. 2. Kharkiv: Derzhavne vydavnytstvo Ukrainy, 1931. Reprinted as Vybrani pratsi, [s.l.]: Nord-Press, 2007.

 

Hrytsa, Sofiia. Ukrains’ki narodni dumy. Edited by H. Skrypnyk. Kyiv: IMFE NANU, 2007.

 

Humeniuk, Andrii. Ukrains’ki narodni tantsi. Kyiv: Mystetstvo, 1955.

 

Humeniuk, Andrii. Instrumental’na muzyka. Kyiv: Naukova Dumka, 1972.

 

Shtokalko, Zinovii. Kobza: Zbirka P’ies Dlia Bandury, edited by Andrij Hornjatkevyč. Edmonton: Canadian Institute of Ukrainian Studies Press (University of Alberta), 1997.

 

Sydorenko, M., ed. Dumy. Kyiv: Zhovten’, 1958.

 

MAJOR SECONDARY SOURCES:

 

Hornjatkevyč, Andrij. “The Kobza and the Bandura: A Study in Similarities and Contrasts.” Folklorica 13.0 (2010).

 

Hrytsa, Sofiia. Melos ukrains’koi narodnoi epiky. Kyiv: Naukova Dumka, 1979.

 

Iemets’, Vasyl’. Kobza ta kobzari. Berlin: Ukrains’ke Slovo, 1923.

 

Khotkevych, Hnat. Muzychni instrumenty ukrains’koho narodu. Kharkiv: Derzhavne vydavnytstvo Ukrainy, 1930. Reprint, Kharkiv [s.n.], 2002.

 

Kirdan, Boris Petrovich. Ukrainskie narodnye dumy. Moscow: Glavnaia redaktsiia vostochnoi literatury, 1972.

 

Kirdan, Boris Petrovich. Ukrainskii narodnyi epos. Moscow: Nauka, 1965.

 

Kolessa, Filiaret. Ukrains’ka Usna Slovesnist’ [Ukrainian Oral Literature]. Edmonton: The Canadian Institute of Ukrainian Studies (University of Alberta), 1983.

 

Kononenko, Natalie. Ukrainian Minstrels: And the Blind Shall Sing. Armonk, New York: M.E. Sharpe, 1998.

 

Kushpet, Volodymyr. Mandrivni spivtsi-muzykanty v Ukraini. Kyiv, Tempora, 2007.

 

Kyrdan, V., and A. Omel’chenko. Narodni spivtsi-muzykanty na Ukraini. Kyiv: Muzychna Ukraina, 1980.

 

Lavrov, Fedir. Kobzari: Narysy z istorii kobzarstva Ukrainy. Kyiv: Mystetstvo, 1980.

 

Lysenko, Mykola. Kharakterystyka muzykal’nykh osoblyvostei ukrains’kykh dum i pisen’ u vykonanni kobzaria Veresaia, 2nd. ed. Kyiv: Muzychna Ukraina, 1967.

 

Matiash, Iryna. Ukrains’ki narodni dumy: doslidzhennia, vydannia, vykonavtsi: istoriohrafichnyi narys, bibliohrafichnyi pokazhchyk. Kyiv: [s.n.], 2008.

 

Semmes, Laurie. Identity, Transmission, and Transformation in Ukrainian-American Bandura Education and Performance. Tallahassee: Florida State University, 2002.

 

Shtokalko, Zinovii. A Kobzar Handbook, translated and annotated by Andrij Hornjatkevyč. Edmonton: Canadian Institute for Ukrainian Studies (University of Alberta), 1989.

 

Shtokalko, Zinovii. Kobzars’kyi Pidruchnyk, edited by Andrij Hornjatkevyč. Edmonton-Kyiv: Canadian Institute for Ukrainian Studies (University of Alberta), 1992.

 

Tarnawsky, George, Patricia Kilina, and Natalie Kononenko Moyle. Ukrainian Dumy. Toronto: Canadian Institute of Ukrainian Studies, 1979.

 

ADDITIONAL RESOURCES:

 

Cherkas’kyi, Leonid. Ukrains’ki narodni muzychni instrumenty. Kyiv: Texnika, 2003.

 

Garland Encyclopedia of World Music. http://glnd.alexanderstreet.com.

 

Grove Music Online. www.oxfordmusiconline.com/public/book/omo_gmo.

 

Hnatiukivsky, M. “Kobzars.” In Encyclopedia of Ukraine, vol. 1, edited by V. Kubijovyc and Danylo Husar Struk. Toronto: The Shevchenko Scientific Foundation (Sarcelles, France), The Canadian Foundation for Ukrainian Studies by the University of Toronto Press, 1984.

 

Hornjatkevyč, Andrij. “Bandura.” In Encyclopedia of Ukraine, vol. 1, edited by V. Kubijovyc and Danylo Husar Struk. Toronto: The Shevchenko Scientific Foundation (Sarcelles, France), The Canadian Foundation for Ukrainian Studies by the University of Toronto Press, 1984.

 

Hornjatkevyč, Andrij. “The State of the Bandura in Contemporary Ukraine.” ACUA VITAE 2, 4. Edmonton: Canadian Institute of Ukrainian Studies, 1992.

 

Hornjatkevyč, Andrij. “The Bandura, A Brief History.” ACUA VITAE 15, 1. Edmonton: Alberta Council for the Ukrainian Arts, 2008.

 

Hrushevs’ka, Kateryna. Vybrani pratsi, vol. 3. Donetsk: Nord-Press, 2007.

 

Humeniuk, A. Ukrains’ki narodni muzychni instrumenty. Kyiv: Muzychna Ukraina, 1971.

 

Kettlewell, David. “Bandura.” In The New Grove Dictionary of Music and Musicians, edited by Stanley Sadie, vol. 2. London: Macmillan Publishers Limited, 1980.

 

Kononenko, Natalie. “The influence of the Orthodox Church on Ukrainian dumy.” Slavic Review 50, no. 3 (1991): 566-575.

 

Matiash, Iryna. Ukrainskyi Heroichnyi Epos (Dumy). Kyiv: [s.n.], 1995.

 

Mishalow, V. Collection of Works For Kharkiv Bandura. New York: Society of Ukrainian Bandurists, 1986.

 

Mizynec, Victor. Folk Instruments of Ukraine. Doncaster, Australia: Bayda Books, 1987.

 

Noll, William. “The Social Role And Economic Status Of Blind Peasants In Ukraine.” Harvard Ukrainian Studies XVII.1/2 (2015): 45-71.

 

Ostashewski, Marcia. “Women Playing the Bandura: Challenging the Discourses of Nationalism.” Ethnologies 23, 1 (2001).

 

Vertkov, A. “Bandura.” In The New Grove Dictionary of Musical Instruments, edited by Stanley Sadie, vol. 1. London: Macmillan Publishers Limited, 1984.

 

Vertkov, K., G. Blagodatov and E. Iazovitskaia. Atlas muzykal’nykh instrumentov narodov SSSR [Atlas of Musical Instruments of the Peoples Inhabiting the USSR], 2nd revised edition. Moscow: Muzyka, 1975.

 

Wytwycky, W. “Bandurysts.” In Encyclopedia of Ukraine, vol. 1, edited by V. Kubijovyc and Danylo Husar Struk. Toronto: The Shevchenko Scientific Foundation (Sarcelles, France), the Canadian Foundation for Ukrainian Studies by the University of Toronto Press, 1984.