Dzhemma Sharaeva, About Inherited Skills
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Terbish, B., & Churyumova, E. (2018). Dzhemma Sharaeva, About Inherited Skills [Video file]. https://doi.org/10.17863/CAM.23865
Dzhemma says that the ability to sing, dance and play on musical instruments are inherent skills. Dzhemma: In our clan of Bukhus we have Okna Tsagan Khaalg. Do you know him? He is the Jangar singer Volodya Karuev. When we went to school, we all learnt the epos Jangar. I used to know several lines from it. I even sang them in Siberia. Now, I have forgotten them all. The Jangar singer Eelyan Ovla was from the Khoonud arvn (clan). Perhaps, various skills get inherited from one generation to the next. The abilities to sing, dance and play on the dombra instrument are passed down to children and grandchildren. It is a circle. Evdokia: Some people say that such skills are passed down the generations through daughters. Dzhemma: Yes.
Inherent skills, beliefs
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