Паралитургическая рукописная традиция в современном фольклоре конфессионального пограничья
The article discusses the content and language of the collection of paraliturgical hymns compiled by a resident of the village of Krywiatycze (Bielsk region, Podlasie province) in the period form 1950 till beginning of XXI century. The collection represents the tradition of handwritten bogoglasniks (hymn-books), widespread in the area of ethno-confessional contacts of Catholics and Orthodox or Roman Catholics and Greek Catholics, i.e. the zone of Eastern Poland and Slovakia, as well as western Belarus and the Carpathian Ukraine. The considered collection of songs, like many of the bogoglasniks, contains texts of different times of creation - from the XVIII to the middle of the XX century - and in different languages: Russian, Ukrainian, Church Slavonic, as well as in Russian or Ukrainian with a noticeable amount of Church Slavonic and Polish lexical and grammatical borrowings. The graphics of the manuscript collection in question imitate Church Slavonic. The compiler of the collection successively changes spelling standards, reflecting the phonetics of his own Belarusian dialect of Podlasie.