Kalevala Ă„st. Kalevala: the Finnish national epic 2019-11-20

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Paljon Melua Teatterista: Kalevala / Åbo Svenska Teater 17.10.2019

kalevala Ă„st

I did, regretful ; Bought my bride the bread of barley, The Bride's Farewell. Wearisome the maiden growing, Her existence sad and hopeless, Thus alone to live for ages In the infinite expanses Of the air above the sea-foam, In the far outstretching spaces, In a solitude of ether, She descended to the ocean, Waves her couch, and waves her pillow. Nothing has been found so mighty That it has not found a master. Sings and sues without a hearing. After their spirits had been fully purified, they were then admitted to the Kingdom of Manala in the under world.

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Åbo svenska teater tekee suurteoksen Kalevalasta

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Brother's faithful dogs may know me, That I oft have fed and petted, Dogs that I have taught to frolic, That now mourn for me departing, In their kennels in the court-yard, In their kennels cold and cheerless ; Sure my brother's dogs will welcome Pohya's daughter home returning. Then I hastened joyful homeward, Eichly laden with my treasures, Happy to my mother's cottage ; Wore them one day, than a second, Then a third day also wore them, Took the gold then from my temples, From my hair I took the silver, Careful laid them in their boxes, Many seasons have they lain there, Have not seen them since my childhood. Build I in the winds my dwelling? VÀinÀmöinen proceeds to make a new kantele from the wood of the sacred birch and strings of golden hair from a joyful maiden. Ilmarinen enters the halls of Pohjola and demands to see his betrothed, but Louhi demands several tasks be completed before he can marry her daughter. He is told to not treat her like a slave or servant and to allow her total roam of the house. It may be interesting to note in this connection that Canon Isaac Taylor, and Professor Sayce have but very recently awakened great interest in this question, in Europe especially, by the reading of papers before the British Philological viii.

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Åbo svenska teater tekee suurteoksen Kalevalasta

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This the reason for my weeping; I have lived in toil and torture, Since I left my home and country, Left my native land and kindred, Came to this the land of strangers, To these unfamiliar portals. She calls to the sea-fog to cover the waters and to Iku-Turso to devour the heroes of Kalevala and return the Sampo finally she calls to Ukko to raise a giant storm and blow the heroes off course. Nothing daunted, Youkahainen, Quick adjusting shoots a third one. Thus perforce they make a stand- still, Thus remain and well consider ; Water drips from hame and collar, Vapors rise from both their horses. Water mixed with many poisons, Thought it but the wild bee's honey; 8 114 The Kalevala. RuotsinkielisessÀ esityksessÀ on tekstitys ruotsiksi ja suomeksi.

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Tervetuloa

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The maiden laments and struggles she threatens to smash his sledge but he tells her it is made of iron, she makes several other threats but Ilmarinen has none of it. Ilmarinen meets Louhi, she asks him if he will forge the Sampo, she brings her daughter dressed in finest garments and jewels and offers her in exchange for the forging of the Sampo. She meets with him and questions who he is and where he is from, although she seems to already know. Tuoni, or Mana, the god of the under world, is represented as a hard-hearted, and frightful, old personage with three iron-pointed fingers on each hand, and wearing a hat drawn down to his shoulders. There and here the homes will differ, Happier thy mother's hearth-stone ; Other horns will there be sounded, Other portals there swing open, Other hinges there be creaking ; There the doors thou canst not enter Like the daughters of Wainola, Canst not tend the fires and ovens As will please the minds of strangers. Drink the beer of Tuonela ; Those that drink Tuoni's liquors, Those that sip the cups of Mana, Court the Devil and destruction, End their lives in want and ruin.

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Full text of Kalevala : the epic poem of

kalevala Ă„st

Ilmarinen, metal artist, Is not pleased with this creation, Breaks the skiff in many fragments, Forges the Sam. NĂ€yttĂ€möllĂ€ nĂ€hdÀÀn Åbo Svenska Teaterin ensemble ja vierailevia nĂ€yttelijöitĂ€. Searching for her long-lost hero, Rakes a long time, finding nothing ; Now she wades the river deeper, To her belt in mud and water, Deeper, deeper, rakes the death-stream, Rakes the river's deepest caverns, Raking up and down the current, Till at last she finds his tunic, 13 210 The Kalevala. Vaikka Kalevala nyt ei tĂ€ysin tuntematon teos olekaan, ja siitĂ€ on nĂ€hnyt erilaisia versioita lavallakin, niin ensimmĂ€istĂ€ kertaa tarinat nivoutuvat yhteen soljuvaksi kokonaisuudeksi. The dotted o equivalent to the French eu of the first syllable must be followed by an e or an i.

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Raikas ja kevyt Kalevala

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VÀinÀmöinen cuts chips from an alder tree to divine the location of the sun and moon, his divination tells him they are locked away in the mountains of Pohjola. Now he tries his silken fish -net, Angles long, and angles longer, Angles one day, then a second, In the morning, in the evening, Wainamoinen's Lamentation. Then old VÀinÀmöinen slips into deaths domain and witnesses horrors and sadness like none other, through magic he manages to escape and warns all never to go willingly to Tuonela. Thou didst, in thy better life-time, When a shepherd filled with malice, Ruin all thy mother's berries, Make thy sister, too unworthy, Ruin all thy brother's cattle, Drive to death thy father's stallions, Through the marshes, o'er the meadows, 174 The Kalevala. The enthusiastic physician described his jour- neyings and difficulties faithfully in a paper pub- lished at Helsingfors in Swedish in 1834. Never shall I learn the secret, How to live and how to prosper, How upon the earth to rest me, How upon the seas to wander! Thus the third time does the eagle Bring success from former failures ; Thus at last the eagle catches Mana's pike, the worst of fishes, Swiftest swimmer of the waters, From the river of Tuoni ; None could see Manala's river, For the myriad of fish-scales ; Hardly could one see through ether, For the feathers of the eagle, Kelicts of the nr. Kullervo grows quickly and at three months old vows to avenge the destruction of his father and his people.

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Kalevala (synopses)

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TÀmÀ on ollut meille kaikille mukana oleville todellinen sydÀmen projekti, joten mitalin saaminen lÀmmittÀÀ erityisesti, Lindholm kommentoi tiedotteessa. At night Ilmarinen lies down with his golden bride and sleeps, he wakes up to find his bride cold as ice and realises that this is most unpleasant. Ja sitten upean pelottava Louhi Saara Lehtonen viikatteineen, raikas Aino Jahorina Kolppanen ja puolukkaposkinen Marjatta Julia Högnabba-Lewis. For our heads the softest pillows. LemminkÀinen throws his hair brush down and warns his mother to look out for it because when blood flows from it he has met with his doom. As a child I did not fancy, Never thought of separation From the confines of this cottage, From these dear old hills and mountains, But, alas! Quick the artist of Wainola Forges with the tongs and anvil, Knocking with a heavy hammer, Forges skilfully the Sampo ; On one side the flour is grinding, On another salt is making, On a third is money forging, And the lid is many-colored.

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Kalevala: the Finnish national epic

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Thereupon the duck in beauty, Flying slowly, looking round her, Spies the shoulders of the maiden, Sees the knees of Ether's daughter, Now the hapless water-mother, Thinks them to be grassy hillocks, On the blue back of the ocean. On the fourth day, Ilmarinen V f Downward bent and well examined, To the bottom of the furnace ; There beheld a plow in beauty Rising from the fire of metals, Golden was the point and plowshare. Shines the Sun of the Creator, Shines the golden Moon of Ukko, Glitter all the stars of heaven, In the firmament of ether, Full as bright on other homesteads ', Not upon my father's uplands, Not upon my home in childhood, Shines the Star of Joyance only. Esitys yhdistÀÀ kiinnostavalla tavalla musiikkiteatteria ja nukketeatteria. Kalevalan naisista vÀitellyt Tiina Piilola pitÀÀ aiheesta suomenkielisen esitelmÀn lauantaina 30. The aged mother reassembles her son and reconnects all of the parts into a complete man.

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Kalevala (synopses)

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Do not let the weft be loosened, Nor the weaver's loom be tightened; Such the weaving of the daughters Of the Moon beyond the cloudlets; Such the spinning of the maidens Of the Sun in high Jumala, Of the daughters of the Great Bear, Of the daughters of the Evening. Shall I now these boxes open, Boxes filled with wondrous stories? For the wild-moose of tlij kingdom; Bring me here thy keys of silver, From the golden girdle round thee; Open Tapio's rich chambers, And unlock the forest fortress, While I here await the booty, While I hunt the moose of Lempo. VÀinÀmöinen tells of Ilmarinen's struggle to find the tempering agent and of the evil Hiisi's poisoning of the iron with venoms and acids causing the iron to grow bitter and evil, and to shout to its relatives to cut and slice flesh and blood in revenge of this poisoning. The Swedish translation by Castren, the German, by Schief- ner, and the Hungarian, by Barna, as well as the following English translation, are in the original metre of the Kalevala. Lippurajoituksia ylittÀvien asiakkaiden tilaukset voidaan ilmoittamatta perua Ticketmasterin toimesta. These are words in childhood taught Songs preserved from distant ages, Legends they that once were taken From the belt of Wainarnoinen, From the forge of Ilmarinen, From the sword of Kaukomieli, From the bow of Youkahainen, From the pastures of the Northland, From the meads of Kalevala. He works hard on the creation of the boat, for three days, on the third day Hiisi turns his axe head to VÀinÀmöinen's knee and cleaves a mighty wound into the old wizards knee.

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