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Underlying the songs of the Finnish Roma are historical depth and cultural and situational signification. Songs as tradition are in a state of continuous change and it is from this perspective that the features, nature and functions of music must be considered, chronologically and locally as part of the surrounding culture and its plurality.
Kai Aberg is Adjunct Professor of the Study of Traditional Music at the Department of Finnish Language and Cultural Research, University of Eastern Finland. His special research interests are Finnish Romani music and music culture.