The Russians 1991 № 5
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Annotation"Save, save ..." Special edition of the Finno-Ugric festival in Syktyvkar.
Thickets along the banks of the river.
Consultant says the International Fund for Finno-Ugric peoples G.Butyreva.
Pier in Syktyvkar.
Boats on the river.
People under the umbrella coming down.
Passengers on the bus.
Festival participants run along the train.
People meet the plane.
Passengers leave the wagons.
To customize the aircraft ramp.
Occurs in the plane.
Passengers descend the ladder.
Participants and guests at the train station and the airport are greeted with bread and salt.
Operators are shooting.
Girls in national costumes presented with flowers.
People sing a song.
Men at the station to perform folk songs under accordion and rattle.
Director of the ensemble "Ivlist."
Ensemble "Ivlist" walking down the street dressed in national costumes.
A man holding a child on his shoulders.
Members and guests of the festival are sent to the House of Culture.
Grand opening of the festival.
Conducted photo and Telephoto.
The ensemble of the Komi-Perm National District.
People sing and dance in the street near the House of Culture.
Is the leading participants in the first day of the festival.
Applause of the audience.
Creative teams on the scene.
Artists down the hall.
Interviews with participants from Udmurtia.
Folk dancing in the street.
Participants in the festival perform on the stage.
Round dance at the entrance to the DC. The audience danced to the beat.
Girls in national costumes.
A man blows a horn.
Girl playing the flute.
Holiday Fair crafts.
Baking on the table.
Blacksmith demonstrates his art.
In samovars brewed tea.
People in the stands of the stadium.
People swinging on a swing.
Festive meal on the table.
Dance of the Shaman.
A group of hunters with guns and sledge.
Trio: accordion, violin, harps.
Festival guests talk to each other. G.Butyreva.
The choir performs folk song.
Interview with a participant from Saransk.
Dance in the stadium.
Traditions and customs; Holidays; Ethnography