General Data: Locality description, dialect classification, sound system, informants, fieldworkers
Măguréle
Photo:
At the cemetery (Valentina Vaseva, 16.06.1997)
About the locality:
This is the name of the municipality that includes the village Filipescu, where in the third quarter of the twentieth century resided approximately 300 Bulgarian families. The village was founded in the eighteenth century and was mentioned in connection with Bulgarian settlers in 1793–1806 and 1828–1834 (Roman, L. 1984: 138). According to documents from 1829 the presence of “Serbs” in the village can be dated as far back as the 1780s (Velichi, C. N. 1965: 73). The 1838 registry of the population records the presence of 7 “Serbian” households in Măgurelele lui Vilano (Velichi, C. N. 1965: 113). In 1906 S. Romanski found in Broscăria (as Filipescu was called at the time) 77 households with a total number of the population 389 persons, all of them Bulgarian. Local lore has it that they originate from Provdiv Region (Жечев, Н. 1983: 54; Младенов, М. С. 1993: 41; Младенов, М., Б. Нягулов, Н. Жечев 1994: 227). Funeral rites are discussed in Васева, В. 2001. Regarding traditional culture at the end of the 20th century see Васева, В. 2011.
More about the locality:
Младенов, М. С. 1993: 41
Locality:
Măguréle, Ílfov,
44.352° N, 26.042° E
Other names:
Broscăria, Броскърия, Filipescu, Филипеску
Dialect type:
Nikopol (Eastern)
This dialect is spoken in:
Izvoárele, Jiláva, Măguréle
See also:
Sound system according to IPA
Informants:
Floarea Minciu (?, m) high-school student at the moment of fieldwork
Gherghina Anghel (?, f) high-school student at the moment of fieldwork
Maria Bogdan (34, f)
Maria Cristea (15, f) in eighth grade at the moment of fieldwork
Unknown (?, ?)
Tudor Gherghe (?, m) high-school student at the moment of fieldwork
Marin (69, m)
Fieldworkers:
Olimpia Guţu (1936-)
Ion Robciuc (?)
Dialect Texts: Transcriptions (to be uploaded) and available audio of the original recordings made on 19.11.1964
 Theme:
Type:
0.1.Date, locality, fieldworkers [956]
1.1.Introduction of the informant [1105]
Аbout informants
1.2.One day at school [820]
Education
1.3.Tale [1195]
Folklore
1.4.Agriculture [867]
Work
1.5.Introduction of a new informant [1121]
Аbout informants
1.6.Tale [1196]
Folklore
1.7.Another tale [999]
Folklore
1.8.Easter and St. Lazarus' day [753]
Calendar
2.1.Verbal conjugations [772]
Language
2.2.Introduction of a new informant [1122]
Аbout informants
2.3.Daily routine [823]
Society
2.4.Tale [1152]
Folklore
2.5.A story about stealing cherries [937]
Oral history
3.1.Introduction of a new informant [767]
Аbout informants
3.2.Tale [1153]
Folklore
3.3.Daily routine [824]
Society
3.4.Learning in school how to sew and to make pickles [1259]
Education
3.5.Setting a broody hen [974]
Domestic animals
3.6.School [1276]
Education
3.7.Counting [749]
Language
4.1.A new informant tells his life story [984]
Oral history
4.2.Gardening [868]
Work
4.3.Childhood reminiscences about the village and its surroundings [1250]
Oral history
4.4.What is needed for the rural economy? [910]
Work
4.5.Parts of the plough [1285]
Tools
4.6.The cart and its parts [1284]
Tools
4.7.Coach [1277]
Tools
4.8.House building [899]
Housing
4.9.Viticulture, wine making, distilling of liquor [962]
Food
4.10.Wild animals [796]
Wildlife
4.11.Slaughtering the pig for Christmas [924]
Food
4.12.Wedding [1232]
Lifecycle
4.13.Deathbed rituals [1217]
Lifecycle
5.1.Introduction of a new informant [1130]
Аbout informants
5.2.Daily household chores and cooking [831]
Work
5.3.Slaughtering a pig [861]
Food
5.4.Slaughtering a chicken [860]
Food
5.5.Making pickles [1146]
Food
5.6.Food for Christmas [911]
Calendar
5.7.Celebrating Easter [912]
Calendar
5.8.Wedding [1233]
Lifecycle
5.9.When a child is born; baptism [918]
Lifecycle
5.10.House and courtyard [946]
Housing
5.11.Fire [1036]
Housing
6.1.Introduction of a new informant [766]
Аbout informants
6.2.Furniture [1004]
Housing
6.3.Sewing [1293]
Clothing
6.4.Laundry [1099]
Work
6.5.Poultry [976]
Domestic animals
6.6.Weaving rugs [1266]
Housing
6.7.Processing wool and knitting [1016]
Clothing
6.8.Making pillows [1082]
Housing
6.9.Work at the collective farm [1176]
Work

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About the Transdanubian localities. Texts recorded in Transdanubian localities in 1962-1975. Audio recordings. Transcriptions. Dialectology.

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