De drie olmen and 3 mor. arious - Het daghet in den Oosten (It's dawning in the East) - Bagpipes of the Low Countries (CD, Album, Comp). PAN Records (3). PAN 2025.
They make it clear that bagpipes varied hugely throughout Europe, and even within individual regions A bagpiper busking with the Great Highland bagpipe on the street in Edinburgh, Scotland. The first clear reference to the use of the Scottish Highland bagpipes is from a French history, which mentions their use at the Battle of Pinkie Cleugh in 1547. Dozens of types of bagpipes today are widely spread across Europe and the Middle East, as well as through much of the former British Empire. The name bagpipe has almost become synonymous with its best-known form, the Great Highland bagpipe, overshadowing the great number and variety of traditional forms of bagpipe.
Statue of Gertrude van der Oosten in Delft. Gertrude van der Oosten (or Gertrude of Delft) was born in Voorburcht in the County of Holland, whose location is unclear, and died at Delft, 6 January 1358. She was a Dutch Beguine and was considered a mystic, who had received the Stigmata. Her surname of van Ooten, or "of the East", came from her custom of singing a hymn which began: Het daghet in den Oosten, . "Daylight breaks in the East", which she is thought to have composed herself. After living a pious life for many years, Gertrude obtained admission into the beguinage in Delft. Here, though not a nun, or bound by religious vows, she profited by the ample opportunities for contemplation afforded by life in this community. She had great devotion to the mysteries of the Incarnation, especially to the Passion of Christ.
Henk Badings (17th January 1907 - 26th June 1987) was a Dutch composer. Born in Bandung (Java), he studied mining technology at the University of Technology in Delft, received his degree cum laude in 1931 and worked at the university until 1937. In the meantime he developed his skills as a composer. He was also active with painting, sculpting and writing poetry. The only music lessons he followed were lessons in orchestration with Willem Pijper.
Het daghet in den Oosten, het lichtet overal (Tinel, Jef). Pieces; For wind band; Scores featuring wind band; For orchestra without strings.
Her surname of "van Ooten", or "of the East", is due to her custom of singing a hymn which began: "Het daghet in den Oosten", . "Day breaketh in the East", the composition of which is attributed to herself. Distressed and alarmed at the multitude that flocked to witness such a wonder, she begged that the favour might be withdrawn, and her prayer was so far granted that the blood ceased to flow, but the marks of the sacred stigmata remained.
Pipes take many different shapes and forms, and though formerly used in pastoral celebrations, today they are used for every kind of festival occasion. And the piping in of the haggis on Robbie Burns Night is celebrated in whatever corner of the world Scots gather on January 25. BAGPIPE HUMOUR. A. Someone is blowing into it. Q. What do you call ten bagpipes at the bottom of the ocean? A. A good start. The bagpipes are an instrument of torture consisting of a leaky bag and punctured pipes, played by blowing up the bag and placing the fingers over the wrong holes. It’s an odd thing but a thousand bagpipers are no worse – if I may put it like that – than one.
Dawning in the East book. Start by marking Dawning in the East as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read.
|1||–Willem Schot||De dageraad||2:55|
|2||–Willem Schot||Het daghet in den Oosten||2:21|
|3||–Willem Schot||Huiben komt uit||1:52|
|4||–Willem Schot, Madlot||Kinder swijght, so moogdi horen||2:21|
|5||–Willem Schot, Madlot||Daar nu het feest van Paaschen is||2:07|
|7||–Madlot||Flip die vleugelt / Anglois||2:54|
|8||–Madlot||Bruyds dans / De bruid werdt na bedt gebracht||4:16|
|9||–Madlot||Klijn nagtegaaltje klijn vogeltje zoet||2:03|
|11||–Törf||Andante / Anglois||4:32|
|13||–Törf||D'r is gain dak||5:41|
|14||–Floor van der Vliet, Ruud van den Berg jr.||Agrarische explosie||2:54|
|15||–Floor van der Vliet, Ruud van den Berg jr.||Grijze berg||2:21|
|16||–Floor van der Vliet, Ruud van den Berg jr.||Kagami 1 & 2||2:55|
|17||–Floor van der Vliet, Ruud van den Berg jr.||De drie olmen||2:38|
|19||–Pekel||Cupidootje (Te Vlissingen leyt een jacht bereyt)||4:52|
|21||–Pekel||Jan mijne man||4:25|
NotesLiner notes—Bert Lotz
Photography—Bert Lotz, Bernard Kleikamp, Henk Faikens, copyright control
Doedelzak on inlaycard built by Ruud van den Berg sr
Digital mastering—Cyriel van Kappel, AJW Media BV
Executive producer—Bernard Kleikamp
Compositions—traditional repertoire, except #1 (Willem Schot); #12 (Words by J. Boer, music by Eddy de Jonge); #13 (Words by J. Elema, music by Geert Ridderbos); #15 + #16+ #17 (Floor van der Vliet & Ruud van den Berg.
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