Togolmazova. Yekaterina. Kirillovna, performer of Khanty folklore. 25.04.1934
Togolmazova. Yekaterina. Kirillovna, performer of Khanty folklore. 25.04.1934
Togolmazova Yekaterina Kirillovna
Years of life
performer of Khanty folklore
Yekaterina Kirillovna was born on 25 April 1934 in a family of a hunter and a fisherman Moldanov Kirill Petrovich (people called him "Pєtər Kўtәp Iki" ‒ the Second Son of Peter) in the Khanty village on the Ekht Yugan River, at the tributary Kuryekh. All his life he lived on ancestral lands. His name as a storyteller and performer of Khanty songs, and a person with supernatural shamanic abilities was known to the inhabitants of many villages. Often people turned to him for help, as a soothsayer and healer. His mother, Moldanova (Tupoleva) Evdokia Ivanovna, came from the village of Polnovat in Beryozovsky (now Beloyarsky) District. People called her "Poԓnavәt imi" – "the Woman from the village Polnovat". Evdokia Ivanovna was raised by stepfather in the camp on the Vosh Yugan River, the tributary of the Kazym River. Her father died early, and it was hard for her mother to raise two small children alone, that’s why she married Semyon Petrovich Moldanov. Later she and her daughter moved to the sacred lands of Yuilsk, where the Kazym Goddess "sits". She left her son, Roman, with her mother-in-law for upbringing in the village of Polnovat.
The personal song of a man nicknamed Yirnashka - «Jirnashka iki ar"1.
Alexey Mikhaylovich Moldanov 's Personal Song1.
The personal song of Vasily Andreevich Alikov - chairman of the Kazym Village Council.1.
The song of the daughter of a man from the village of Pomut1.
The Legend of the Lizard - vashch voj.1.
The song by Anastasia Randymova (the second song)1.
Danil Randymov 's personal song1.
Timofey Tarlin 's Personal Song - Tarlin Timka ar1.
The legend of a Khanty Man and a Forest Spirit1.
Narrative about the fate of the bearer of Khanty folklore Togolmazova Ekaterina Kirillovna1.
The legend of the Holy Flood1.
The song of a woman named Pokati1.
A personal song by Darya Kuzminichna Tarlina1.
The song of a woman nicknamed "Boat-woman"1.
The song of Timofey Voldin 's wife1.
Fragment of a song by a woman from Surgut land1.
The legend of the ravine, on which the Giant shouted1.
Song by Tatyana Moldanova1.
The song by Ulyana Togolmazova1.
Song of a woman from the village of Syrkovoe Lake - Surhәӈ ӆor imi ar1.
The legend of a pike and a capercaillie1.
The legend of the seagulls1.
The Legend of the Cuckoo1.
The legend "The Uncle Loon and Turpan"1.
The Mouse 's Song1.
The legend "The Khanty girl and the Forest Spirit"1.
Anastasia Randymova's song about marriage1.
Song by Anastasia Vagatova1.
Song of a woman from the village of Tugiyany1.
The legend of the case in the yurts of the Lozyamovs - Mushchaӈ kөrt hushcha tyvәm vєr1.
The legend about the origin of the names of the bones of a pike's head1.
Women from the village of Polnovat. The second song1.
The legend "Son of the Wind - Vot puh»1.
The song of a young Mansi woman1.
The song of a woman from the village of Tugiyany1.
The song by Timofey Tarlin1.
Kirill Moldanov 's personal song1.
The song about Alexander Tarlin1.
The legend of the Kazym goddess and the patron spirit of the Vosh Yugan River1.
The song of Danil Randymov1.
The personal song of a woman from the village of Polnovat (the third song)1.
The legend about the field mice1.
The legend about why people can not leave the girls alone in the camp1.