Various forms of oral traditions are gathered under this category, such as storytelling, proverbs, rhymes, ballads, jokes, poetry and other practices and traditions.
Clapping, chanting and singing games8 February 2023
Clapping and singing games are traded orally from child to child without adult interference. The games contain a song or rhythmic speech, often combi...
Fäbod culture8 February 2023
A Fäbod can be described as a form of small-scale farms where the animals are sent to a pasture for summer grazing, consisting of a number of buildin...
Land-of-Legends programme – The Storytelling Network Kronoberg8 February 2023
Legends are most often spread from mouth to mouth in meetings between people. It can occur from generation to generation, through associations, museu...
Live action role-playing – LARPing8 February 2023
LARPing or live action role-playing is a form of improvised theatre without an audience where everyone participates.
Snapsvisor (drinking songs)9 February 2023
A snapsvisa is a traditional Swedish drinking song. Drinking songs are among the oldest song genres, and are still an active tradition in Sweden.
The storytelling tradition of the Kale Romani9 February 2023
The storytelling tradition is of great significance for the Kale Romani people. By retelling stories, important knowledge and experiences are passed ...
The tradition of Stállu9 February 2023
Stállu is one of the main characters in Sami storytelling. In traditional stories, Stállu is described as an evil but easily deceived giant who hunts...