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Matthias MURKO  1861 - 1952 PIONEER    PARENTS    LIFE    NOTES    LABELS    PHOTOS    THANK YOU

PIONEER

Matthias MURKO  1861 - 1952

aka Matija Murko
nationality
occupation
birth 10 Feb 1861, Drstelja, AUSTRO-HUNGARIAN EMPIRE, now SLOVENIA
baptism
death 11 Feb 1952, Prague, CZECHOSLOVAKIA
burial
marriage
Jela SERNEC

b. ...............
d. ................

children
  • Jela

    b. .... 1905, .........
    d. .............

  • Vladimir

    b. 4 Mar 1906, Graz, AUSTRIA
    d. 11 Dec 1986, Ljubljana, SLOVENIA

  • Stanko

    b. .........
    d. ............

  • Ivo

    b. 17 May 1909, Graz, AUSTRIA
    d. ............


PARENTS

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LIFE


SLOVENSKI ETNOGRAFSKI MUZEJ - Matija Murko

1912, Bosnia for Phonogramm-Archiv, Vienna


NOTES

  • Bericht über phonographische Aufnahmen epischer, meist mohammedanischer Volkslieder im nordwestlichen Bosnien im Sommer 1912 by Matthias Murko (in: Kaiserliche Akademie der Wissenschaften in Wien. 30.Mitteilung der Phonogramm-Archivs-Kommission).
  • The Singers and their Epic Songs by Matija Murko (in: Oral Tradition, 5/1 (1990): 107-130)
  • Matija Murko, 1861-1952 Obituary by A. Slodnjak and R. G. A. de Bray (in: The Slavonic and East European Review Vol. 31, No. 76 (Dec., 1952), pp. 245-247). Published by: the Modern Humanities Research Association and University College London, School of Slavonic and East European Studies
  • see WIKIPEDIA
  • The Forerunners of Milman Parry: I. Matthias Murko on South-Slavic Popular Epic by Kweku A. Garbrah (in: Canadian Review of Comparative Literature / Revue Canadienne de Littérature Comparée, March and June 2000, Volume 27, Number 1 and 2)


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