Dutch NS and collaborationist music

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Wim
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Post by Wim » 17 Oct 2007 11:55

Hello Mr Haen,

If you send me your e-mail i can sent the songs to you because i have the book + CD.

Wim

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liederen

Post by HaEn » 18 Oct 2007 17:42

Wim,
Thank you for e-mailing them to me.
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Post by P. de Jong » 18 Oct 2007 21:08

I'm still curious what track 23 is on the CD, as it's not labelled.

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Post by Wim » 19 Oct 2007 12:11

Well Mr Haen,

No problem it always makes me happy to when i can help someone.

P. de Jong,

Sorry but for me is nr23 also 'onbekend'. it is a sort of prayer (gebed?)

Wim

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Post by linnage » 21 Oct 2007 15:54

Which is it this song ?



thank you

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Post by Ivan Ž. » 22 Oct 2007 08:22

linnage wrote: Which is it this song ?
It's "Een lied van Nederland".
P. de Jong wrote: I'm still curious what track 23 is on the CD, as it's not labelled.
It's "Laatste groet".

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WA marcheert

Post by HaEn » 22 Oct 2007 18:19

This is the most well known song of the Weer Afdeeling (W.A.) of the NSB.
Many songs were not remembered, but this one , at least the last part; "Gij dietse Gauen, rijkt elkaar de hand . . . . .", was jusr about known to all.
Translation:
There's the sound of footsteps in the streets,
There are boots stomping on the square,
There is a marching song of soldiers,
What kind of warriors could that be?.
And happily sounds it wide and round,
We report to you the new time.
You (Thou) Dutch counties,
extend to each other a hand,
W.A. is marching, W.A. is marching
for the People and Fatherland.
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Telefunken recording dates from Hilversum-sessions 1941

Post by Mats N » 06 Apr 2012 20:38

Hello all fellow collectors!

Here is Mats N writing to you from Sweden.
I wonder if someone out here on the Forum have some knowledge according to the Telefunken-recordings made in Hilversum approx 1941?

As a true music-collector I'm always searching for the correct recordingdate for all my music. In Hilversum, Telefunken did some great recording-sessions with WA koor Amsterdam, directed by Piet Heins as well as with Nationale Jeugdstorm koor Amsterdam under the direction of A C Wagemaker.

The Telefunken records is from the NSB-Series released in the Telefunken Serie T.
For those who might be able in helping me, I have the matrixnumber for all those records.

Lots of thanks in advice from Mats N in Sweden. New member at the Axis History site from today!

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Post by dalex » 29 Jul 2017 14:15

Wim wrote:If you send me your e-mail i can sent the songs to you because i have the book + CD.
I'm also interested in that CD. If you still have it, please upload the songs to some file hoster or send me an e-mail. It seems impossible to find original recordings from it. Thank you.

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Re: Dutch NS and collaborationist music

Post by Ivan Ž. » 17 Nov 2020 15:37

A rare photo showing two of the best known authors of Dutch NS and collaborationist music: composer Piet Heins, in uniform of the Dutch SS Legion, and lyricist Jaap van Kersbergen, who together created "De geuzenvendels rukken aan", "Dietschland, ontwaakt", "Het Dietsche Vendel", "Het leger van den arbeid", "Ja, kameraden", "Laatste groet", "Margariet", "Oostlandlied", "Voorwaarts, stormsoldaat", "Weg is weg!" and possibly some more songs.

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Also seen in the complete version of the photo, sitting 2nd from the left in the front row, is actor Adriaan van Hees, who composed music for van Kersbergen's "Zwart-rood, waai uit nu!" and "Gereed", and created "Dietschland's Mussert Garde" (and possibly some other songs).

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