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Various - De Boonte Störm - Straatcarnaval Maastricht (Street Carnival Maastricht) album flac

Various - De Boonte Störm - Straatcarnaval Maastricht (Street Carnival Maastricht) album flac Performer: Various
Title: De Boonte Störm - Straatcarnaval Maastricht (Street Carnival Maastricht)
Released: 2005
MP3 album: 1956 mb
FLAC album: 1799 mb
Rating: 4.4
Other formats: RA MP3 MIDI DTS WMA AUD VOX
Genre: Folk and Country

Listen to authentic Maastricht Carnival music, often with live performances. The De Momus cafe was named after the association that started the Maastricht Carnival. You can still find many signs of its rich history! In den Ouden Vogelstruys. Reputed to be the oldest cafe (1474) in Maastricht, this spot is also referred to as "the living room of Maastricht". During Carnival, the cafe is decorated with portraits of various former Carnival princes and, of course, a portrait of the new Prince Carnival. See the famous bronze statue "The spirit of Maastricht" at the lively Mestreechter Geis cafe. Traditionally, during an evening in the run-up to Carnival, a parody is enacted here focusing on the selection of the prince, the handing over of the key, the Carnival celebration and the traditional final herring snack.

Carneval! Dat Is De Sjoenste Tied. A CD (cardboard sleeve incl. booklet) with field and original recordings of the carnival (or 'Vastelaovend') in Maastricht, The Netherlands.

Maastricht is the ultimate carnival city of the Netherlands. Carnival in Maastricht, or the way they say it in the Maastricht dialect ‘Vastelaovend in Mestreech’, takes place in February and attracts a large number of visitors every year from Limburg and other parts of the Netherlands. The entire city centre is decorated during carnival with garlands and lighting in the traditional colours red, yellow and green. The so-called street carnival is a combination of Rijnland carnival and Burgundian carnival with a number of unique elements, such as the ‘Bónte Störm-parade’ and the street carnival with dozens of ‘Zate Hermeniekes’. Stay at Dormio Resort Maastricht during carnival 2017 Stay overnight in one of the luxurious holiday homes at Dormio Resort Maastricht and experience the special Maastricht carnival during one or multiple days.

Hotels near De Bisschopsmolen. Hotels near Bonnefanten Museum. Hotels near Fort Sint Pieter. Maastricht carnival - Maastricht Forum.

The Basilica of Our Lady (Dutch: Basiliek van Onze-Lieve-Vrouw; tian : Slevrouwe) is a Romanesque church in the historic center of Maastricht, Netherlands. The church is dedicated to Our Lady of the Assumption (Dutch: hemelopneming) and is a Roman Catholic parish church in the Diocese of Roermond. The church is often referred to as the Star of the Sea (Dutch: Sterre der Zee), after the church's main devotion, Our Lady, Star of the Sea.

Carnival of Maastricht. Carnival in the Netherlands is most celebrated in traditionally Catholic regions. There are two main variations of Dutch Carnival: the Rhenish Carnival in the province of Limburg and the Burgundian Carnival in the province of North Brabant. It incorporates some elements of the Carnival of Venice. Dutch Carnival usually starts on the Sunday before Ash Wednesday and culminates on Shrove Tuesday (Mardi Gras). It is one of the oldest Carnival celebrations in Europe. The three-day celebration includes a huge parade with beautifully decorated floats, street parties, performances, marching bands, dancing and more.

Intentionally amateurish marching bands traditionally perform on the streets. Dutch Carnival is officially celebrated on the Sunday through Tuesday preceding Ash Wednesday. Photo Taken On: February 22nd, 2009. dutch carnival, marching bands, elaborate costumes

Tracklist

1 Unknown Artist Firing Of The Momus Cannon (field Recording) 0:48
2 Harie Loontjes Carneval! Dat Is De Sjoenste Tied 2:05
3 Willy Hageman Zwijneboel 0:38
4 Louis Devens Lerang 1:29
5 Unknown Artist Onze Lieve Vrouweplein (field Recording) 2:38
6 Music House Records Koër De Momus Mutz 2:15
7 Unknown Artist Percussie Op Het Amorsplein (Field Recording) 1:28
8 Willy Hageman Had Ik Het Maar Geweten 0:48
9 Thei Menten Noonk Harie Vaan Klevarie 2:12
10 Willy Hageman Jij Moet Niet Zo Draaien 0:31
11 Unknown Artist Samba-Reggea Op Het Vrijthof (Field Recording) 2:55
12 Unknown Artist Soundscape Café De Pieter (Field Recording) 0:59
13 Pieke Dassen Pappegej 1:44
14 Unknown Artist Jam Op Straat (Field Recording) 1:44
15 Willy Hageman Hup Merjeneke 0:43
16 Harie Loontjens Ezzebleef Menier D'n Deender 1:47
17 Unknown Artist De Optocht (Field Recording) 0:33
18 Beppie Kraft De Zaate Hermenie 2:48
19 Jacques Heetman Radioverslag Van De Optocht Uit 1951 2:33
20 Willy Hageman Hij Wil Niets Meer Van Mij Weten 0:24
21 Unknown Artist Afrikaanse Percussie (Field Recording) 2:56
22 Louis Devens Wèlt Geer Neet Nao de Pieringe 1:36
23 Willy Hageman Ach Meerke Leef 1:17
24 Unknown Artist Housen In Café Zeezicht 1:09
25 Louis Devens Miene Maan Is Weg Vaan Tillevisie 2:50
26 Unknown Artist Miene Maan Is Weg Vaan Tillevisie 1:54
27 Unknown Artist Sjannet 2:02
28 Unknown Artist Zaate Hermeniekes Concours (Field Recording) 2:13
29 Willy Hageman En Van Je Troela 0:25
30 Unknown Artist Olievatendrummers En Djembéspelers (Field Recording) 4:47
31 Music House Records Koër Noe Is 'T Tied 3:00
32 Willy Hageman Naar Den Oos Gaan Varen 1:23
33 Unknown Artist Het Einde Van De Optocht (Field Recording) 0:44

Notes

A CD (cardboard sleeve incl. booklet) with field and original recordings of the carnival (or 'Vastelaovend') in Maastricht, The Netherlands.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 8712618404928