As opposed to the Ethnographic revue 2/95 which was dedicated to the 50th anniversary of the International Festival of Folklore, and to the Ethnographic revue 3/95 recollecting the Ethnographic Fair in Prague 1895, the newest fourth copy of the "Ethnographic Revue" magazine issued in 1995 pays attention to "regional" themes which are maybe not so unique compared with the previous ones. But there are building stones for science.
Professor Jiří Vysloužil is dealing with the participation of Alois Hába, musicilogist and composer, in the Study Association called Velká carrying out the sociological ethnographic research in the town of Velká on the Velička river and its surroundings during the thirtieth, and also with results have been reached.
Dr. llona Vojancová is writing about development of customs in the Hlinsko region at her essay. She has paid her attention also to the development of interest in folk manners and customs in this area for last 100 years.
Dr. Martina Pavlicová has written a portrait of Marie Ježková from Dolní Němčí, the contemporary bearer of folk dance. She tried to record also such factors which can help to explain principles of dance development and, at the same time, to uncover slightly the psychology of the dancer and her world.
The photographic supplement is dedicated to the Jubilee 50th Run of the International Festival of Folklore in Strážnice. The photographs have been made by Josef Holek, evaluation of the Festival has been written by senior lecturer Lubomír Tyllner.