|Sīktēls||Nr.||Krājums||Iestāde||Valodas||Gads||Nosaukums||Īss apraksts||Iesniedzējs||Faili||Atšifrēšanas progress|
|1||ENLI||de, lv||Johana Gotfrīda Herdera latviešu tautasdziesmu kolekcija|
Johana Gotfrīda Herdera (1744–1803) apkopoto latviešu tautasdziesmu manuskripts, kas glabājas konvolūtos Berlīnes Valsts bibliotēkā.
|Heinrihs Baumanis, Jākobs Benjamins Fišers, Gustavs Bergmanis, Johans Gotfrīds Fon Herders, Augusts Vilhelms Hupels||32|
|60000||ENLI||lv, de||The first collection of Latvian epigrams|
The first published collection of Latvian folk songs. The collection was partially collected, the contributions arranged and published by Rūjiena's pastor G. Bergmann.
The collection contains 238 texts in Latvian, covering folk songs, folk romances and ziņģes/ popular songs. Chr. Harder, a pastor of Rubene, and K.J. Grass collaborated in the creation of the collection and sent their contributions. Some of the texts were also obtained from J.G. Stender's work "New and Complete Grammar of the Latvian Language".
The introduction to the collection is written by G. Bergmann ans is enfused with the influence of enlightenment, especially of the German philosopher J.G. Herder, on Latvians, folklore and folk songs.
The edition is most likely initiated by R. Jamieson, a ballad researcher. G. Bergmann handed over his folklore publications to R. Jamieson, who gave them as a present to Scott Walter Scott, a Scottish folklorist.
In 1835, the Foreign Quarterly Review, Volume 8, contains an article about G. Bergmann's collections of folk songs.
Part of the run is called "Sammlung aecht lettischer Sinngedichte" (Collection of Latvian Folk Poetry)
Originals of the collection are available at the Academic Library of the University of Latvia.
|Gustavs Bergmanis, Kristofs Harders||33|