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C A R N A V A L

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K A R N E V A L



Frank Marten

Dao kump Maria
Maastricht Carnival Hymn 2008



Stanza

Jao,  dao kump Maria


Met häöre wagel op ’t plein
Jao,  dao geit Maria
Vastelaovend vint zie fijn
Jao,  dat is  Maria
De zuus ‘r euveral,
En kumpste Maria tege
Daan is ’t Carneval
2007 Reube, friet en beer

2006 Mie fietske

2005 Laot de zon.........

2004 Verleef op ‘t Mooswief



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Contact

Frank

(fverhart)

+31 6 214 888 56

fverhart@

hotmail.com



Contact Marten

(marten73)

+31 6 234 69 771

Parallelweg 7
Maastricht
Leave station, turn right (along bus station) and walk on 500 meter.




Communication…

by phone is extremely difficult during Carnaval. If you have questions, please call before meeting up starts.


by SMS is extremely difficult. Please prepare yourself very well, and send only a message if you are NEAR us, but cannot find us, telling where you are exactly !
!!! Don’t rely on phone communication;) !!!

Try to call before noon !


Contact Yuan: +32 473 52 980
Contact Marcel B: +31 6 108 853 30


Program

People, be on time!!!




We gather on the street. To enjoy Carnaval to the max be on time; we’ll wait a while but not forever, otherwise we’ll miss some very nice moments!!


2nd 14h03 Crazy Carnaval city walk



3rd 12h44 Crazy Carnaval city walk




Friday 1 February 2008 at 20h11 get together in the center of MAASTRICHT. Place of meeting: in front of the pub Café Piepenhoes on the corner of the streets Kesselskade (western quay on the Maas river) and Maastrichter Brugstraat. From the main entrance of the central station walk straight (Spoorlaan, Wijcker Brugstraat, the old bridge "Sint Servaas") for about ten minutes. Or five minutes on foot from Vrijthof square (over Grote Staat). Tasting the atmosphere of a town preparing for complete madness!


Saturday 2 February 2008 at 12h33 get together in the center of MAASTRICHT. Place of meeting: in front of the main entrance of the central station. Today the Prince of Carnaval of Maastricht will make acte de presence with official ceremonies, traditions and handing over of the key of the town hall of Maastricht by major Gerd Leers. In the afternoon Carnaval artists perform on Vrijthof square during "Vastelaoftrap". Wonderful atmosphere with tens of bands across the city for the rest of the day.



Sunday 2 February 12h11: the Mooswief (photo) will be raised on Vrijthof square and symbolizes the beginning of Carnaval…!!!
Sunday 3 February 2007 at 11h11 get together in the center of MAASTRICHT. Place of meeting: Vrijthof square at the big clock in front of Mc Donalds. If you do not see us, send SMS to Frank +31621488856 and wait for one of us at the clock. At 12h11 official Carnaval opening ceremony, rising the Mooswief and eleven canonshots. In the afternoon the main PARADE of Maastricht will take place which we will enjoy at 300 meter from the train station.
Parade meeting point: 300 meter from the station along the main street into the city, on the little square of Hotel Beaumont, Café de Poshoorn and small post office. 13h33 and we stay on this spot for hours!!
Afterwards wonderful atmosphere and street Carnaval throughout the center!




Monday 4 February 2007: Pink Monday in Cologne, Germany. Get together at 9h03-9h33 in the morning at the platform of bus 50 to Aachen on the bus station of Maastricht (next to the train station). At 9h15 and 9h45 buses leave to Aachen. In Aachen at 11h20 we take the train to Cologne, where we will arrive at 12h12. The bus costs 4,60 euro. Before entering the bus we will organise bus tickets. For the train we can go on group tickets.
We will mmet up with the big CS gathering for Carnaval Cologne / Koln, the biggest Carnaval city in Europe, at only 80 km from Maastricht and very cheap group tickets for German train!!
ROSENMONTAG is the most exiting day in Cologne...

During the day the amazing never to forget main parade ROSENMONTAGZUG...

The meeting and celebration place in Koln is VERY close to Koln main railway station (see map!).



In the evening CS Cologne invites us to go to a sauna. It is not obligatory to join it! You need to bring a towel!

At night we sleep in The Arche building in nearby Rodenkirchen, which hosts many many many CS people. There is plenty space still on Monday night. You have to bring a sleeping bag.






Tuesday 5 February 2007 at 13h03 get together in LANDGRAAF (near Heerlen) at the main entraince of the train station. It is very convenient to come by train. As we have the exchange on Monday to Cologne, and we stay overnight there, first how we get from Cologne to Landgraaf! From Koln main station 11.17 train to Aachen, 12.32 train to Landgraaf, arrival 12.59.

…and have fun… …until the early evening… short walk back to the station, a ride of three minutes and…



Tuesday 5 February 2007 at 19h11 get together in HEERLEN at the main entraince of the train station, then into the center for the evening light parade and a great Carnaval atmosphere in the pubs. When you come to Heerlen after 19.11, go to the square Pancractiusplein (500 meter into city center)!

Ashwednesday 6 February 2007 at 14h11 get together in the center of MAASTRICHT. Place of meeting: Markt square in front of the stairs of the town hall. Cool down activities… what we’ll do we’ll see… visit pub (NO disguise…!!), eat some herrings (the traditional thing to do on Ashwednesday), visit Ashwednesday-mess, go to the movies… getting a suntan… eating a sandwhich… ;) Visiting some new friends… ;)

Ashwednesday: eating herring in Maastricht...


Ashwednesday 6 February 2007 at 19h11 get together in the Café Barrock in the center of MAASTRICHT at Tongerseweg 27... Send Frank a text message or call if you want to join: +31 621488856. LIVE MUSIC… :) Guess what style (really we do not know it…).
Coming by car: parkings

Free parking north (from Eindhoven etc): at the traffic lights at the end of the A2 go right, then 2nd crossing left, follow the curve (Franciscus Romanusweg) and park under the bridge.


Free parking west (from Belgium over Bilzen-Veldwezelt): traffic lights after the border straight on, first huge roundabout straight on, traffic lights straight on, 2nd roundabout to the left. Check the situation, the parking dudes change the regulations all the time!!


Free parking east (from Liege): 2nd traffic lights on N2 go right, drive a little on and look for free places (the parking dudes change the regulations all the time!!).



Coming by train / bus
As many will be coming by train from more northern regions in the Netherlands here is only a suggestion for travelling from that direction. Here are the optimum trains to arrive well on time… the idea is to get a party train of Maastricht bound HCS people going… that’s not that easy to organise, but hey, just get in that party train, take a place in the first 2nd class carriage… make yourself recognisable as a Couch Surfer… Oh, if you’ve never celebrated Carnaval… people in that train will look very colourful, believe me…

Coming





Party train for Saturday 2nd February

8:54 Alkmaar

9:37 Amsterdam centraal

10:08 Utrecht centraal

10:38 ’s-Hertogenbosch

10:59 Eindhoven

11:34 Roermond

12:05 Maastricht

12:33 Get together in front of the main entrance of the central station
Early party train for Sunday 3rd February

7:54 Alkmaar

8:37 Amsterdam centraal

9:08 Utrecht centraal

9:38 ’s-Hertogenbosch

10:02 Eindhoven

10:34 Roermond

11:05 Maastricht

11:11 Get together on Vrijthof square at the big clock in front of Mc Donalds (we spread out over the square, just go to the clock, wait there and send SMS to Frank +31621488856 and someone will come…
Late party train for Sunday 3rd February

9:54 Alkmaar

10:37 Amsterdam centraal

11:08 Utrecht centraal

11:38 ’s-Hertogenbosch

12:02 Eindhoven

12:34 Roermond

13:05 Maastricht

13:33 Meeting point 300 meter from the station into town on the little square with hotel Beaumont, Café de Poshoorn and small post office (the west end of the Stationsstraat).
Bus/train from Maastricht to Cologne for Monday 4th February

09:15 Maastricht – bus 50 to Aachen


10:20 Arrival Aachen main station
09:45 Maastricht – bus 50 to Aachen

10:50 Arrival Aachen main station


11:20 Train to Cologne

12:12 Arrival Cologne



Train from Cologne to Landgraaf for Monday 4th February

11:17 Cologne main station

12:?? Arrival Aachen main station

12:32 Departure Aachen main station,

12:59 Landgraaf station
Train from Maastricht to Landgraaf for Tuesday 5th February

12:45 Maastricht, train direction Kerkrade

13:20 Landgraaf
Train from Aachen to Landgraaf for Tuesday 5th February

12:32 Aachen, train direction Heerlen

12:38 Aachen west

12:59 Landgraaf


Last train from Heerlen to Maastricht for Tuesday 5th February

00:47 Heerlen, train to Maastricht

01:17 Maastricht
Last train from Heerlen to Aachen for Tuesday 5th February

22:28 Heerlen, train to Aachen

22:55 Aachen Westbahnhof

23:01 Aachen Hbf



Going



Last train from Maastricht to northern regions in the netherlands for Sunday 18th February

22:23 Maastricht

22:31 Sittard

22:56 Roermond

23:30 Eindhoven

23:51 ‘s-Hertogenbosch

00:22 Utrecht

00:52 Amsterdam centraal

01:51 Alkmaar

Last train in Maastricht to Nijmegen, Rotterdam, Den Haag: 22:23, to Arnhem, Hengelo: 21:23 (intercity)




Coming by hitchhiking
Check http://www.franknature.nl/hitchhike/hitchhike.htm
Leaving Maastricht by hitchhiking.
1. Eindhoven, Utrecht, Heerlen, Aachen. Official site for hitching is ca 1,5 km northeast of the Central Station, 2,5 km northeast of the center. From the backside of the station go to the north on Meerssenerweg until you meet a big crossing with lights. To the right/east on the viaductweg. Go through a tunnel for bikes (and walkers?) to the other side of the main road N2. Just after the tunnel climb the grassy roadside several meters and cross the road. You walk to the north and from here walk towards the (start of) the motorway where find a strip of asphalt with a white sign "liftersplaats".
2. To Liege (B) by A2. Crossing Knooppunt Europaplein x Sint Gerardusweg A2 x N278 x Sint Gerardusweg. 1300 m south of central station. Walk 300 m south on Meerssenerweg, then 300 m south on Heerderweg, then 750 m southeast on Sint Gerardusweg. Sliproad.
3. To Gulpen, Aachen (D) by N278. Road Akersteenweg. Take bus 53 or 54 to the stop "Akersteenweg / Oude Molenweg". Bus stop, petrol station, parking shoulder.
4. To Bilzen (B), Hasselt (B) by Belgian N2. Roundabout Via Regia x Nobellaan. Take bus 2 to the stop "Via Regia / Sint Annakerk" and walk 150 m northwest. Stopping space after the roundabout.
5. To Hasselt (B) from Maastricht ring road. Walk 1100 m north on Meerssenerweg, then walk 350 meter west on the cycling path adjacent to Viaductweg (ring). Petrol station (no staff) (ask Belgian drivers).
6. To Tongeren (B) by Belgian N79. Road Tongerseweg. Take bus 62 (Belgian company De Lijn) to the last stop before the border on Tongerseweg. Bus stop, Parking shoulder.

Madness in Maastricht

a Carnival lexicon

Here’s an introduction for all who are concerned, grabbed from the web :)



Culture, Leisure, Travel, posted March 12th, 2003

Alaaf is the official greeting during Carnival. It is repeated three times, while placing the top of the right hand not to the right side of the forehead, as is customary, but to the left temple. The “alaaf” greeting is used throughout the Rhineland and is possibly a parody of the strong militarism of the Prussians. The origin of the word may stem from the Yiddish “alaaf”, the first letter of the alphabet, and could refer to the head of the army. It might also be a pointer to “eleven”, the number symbolising the madness of Carnival.

Ash Wednesday is the first day of Lent in the Christian church and marks the end of Carnival. In earlier times, the length of the

Lent celebration varied but it eventually began six weeks (42 days) before Easter. This provided only 36 days of fasting (excluding Sundays). In the 7th century,



four days were added before the first Sunday in Lent in order to establish 40 fasting days, in imitation of Jesus Christ’s fast in the desert.
Carnival: the derivation of the word is uncertain, although it can be traced to the Medieval Latin “carnem levare” or “carnelevarium”, which means “to take away or remove meat”. This coincides with the fact that Carnival is the final festival before the beginning of the 40 days of Lent, during which Roman Catholic in earlier times abstained from eating meat. The historical origin of Carnival is also obscure. It possibly has its roots in a primitive festival honouring the beginning of the New Year and the rebirth of nature, though it may also be linked to the pagan Saturnalia festival of ancient Rome.
Dialect: during Carnival, everyone in Limburg seems to have forgotten their Dutch and only speak their own local dialect. Carnival texts - announcements, songs, newspapers and websites - are all written in dialect. And every city, town and village in Limburg has their own specific dialect, with different words and accents!
Eleven: the reason why eleven represents the fool’s number may be traced back to the old belief that one becomes mad after being bitten
by an elf, a mythological diminutive spirit in the German folklore who delights in mischievous tricks. But the two number ones next to each other can also be seen as a sign of equality. During Carnival, thanks to masks and other forms of disguise, everyone is equal and all hierarchy is abolished. Eleven is also an evil number as it exceeds the ten commandments.

Flag: Maastricht boasts a new flag during Carnival. Its colours, red-yellow-green, can be seen just about everywhere in the Carnival decorations in the streets, shops, cafes, people’s costumes and music bands uniforms.

Herring: on Ash Wednesday it is customary to mark the end of Carnival by eating herring on the Onze Lieve Vrouw Square. This fish also symbolises the 40-day fasting time which starts on that day.

Keys: on the day before the beginning of Carnival, the mayor of Maastricht hands over the keys of the city to Prince Carnival. From that moment on and during the three following days, the Prince is the sole ruler of the city.

Lent: it was the practice in Rome for penitents to begin their period of public penance on the first day of Lent. They were sprinkled with ashes, dressed in sackcloth and obliged to remain apart until they were reconciled with the Christian community on Maundy Thursday (the Thursday before Easter). In the modern Roman Catholic church, on Ash Wednesday the worshiper is marked on the forehead with a cross of ashes obtained by burning the palms used on the previous Palm Sunday.

Limburg: the Carnival celebration in Limburg is strongly influenced by the Rhineland Carnival, with Cologne as its main centre. The revival of Carnival in the 19th century coincided with a time when people felt nostalgic about the Holy Roman empire under emperor Charles V Prince. Carnival is actually an impersonation of emperor Charles V and his costume is inspired by garments worn in the 16th century. The Carnival’s parade is in many ways an imitation of Charles Vs entrance into the city. In Maastricht however, the shape of the Prince’s hat shows a clear influence of the Napoleonic rule in the Netherlands.

Mooswief is the most important symbol of the Maastricht Carnival. The Mooswief is a statue on the Market square representing a Maastricht housewife on her way to the market for vegetables, cabbage and fruits. A big replica of the statue is put up on a pole on the Vrijthof for the entire duration of Carnival. On Shrove Tuesday at midnight, Carnival officially ends when everyone has sung the Maastricht anthem and the Carnival song of the year. The Prince then brings down the Mooswief and hands back the keys of the city to the mayor.

Nonnenvotten are a typical speciality during Carnival. These fried pastries originally come from the town of Sittard, taste like donuts and look like knots. “Non” is a sterilised female pig, whose bottom is particularly round and fat.

Parade: during the Parade, the Prince is accompanied by his guards - called the “Kachelpiepers” in Maastricht - who parody the real army by dancing with flowers at the end of their rifles. The Prince and his guards are followed by “Dansmariekes”, representing the camp women who provided the soldiers with drinks, food and entertainment.

Prince Carnival: every year on November 11, the Council of Eleven of each Carnival association comes together to elect one of their members to the title of Prince Carnival. The Prince’s task is to lead the preparations for the festivities. A composer writes a song for the year and the associations’ orchestras and dance groups rehearse for the big parade. Other members of the associations choose a theme for a float and start building and decorating it accordingly. This theme can be related to an important person or event in the news.

Sunday: Carnival in Maastricht officially starts on Carnival Sunday at 12.11 pm, when the Momus cannon is shot 11 times on the Vrijthof square. The Mooswief, the symbol of Carnival in Maastricht, is also raised on a highpole.

Tempeleers: name of the most important Carnival association of Maastricht. The Tempeleers organise all important meetings and events related to Carnival, including the election of Maastricht’s Prince Carnival and the ‘Zaate Herremeniekes’ (Carnival music bands) contest. The Zaate Herremeniekes (Zaate meaning literally ‘drunken’) walk through the city, playing in bars and end up on the Vrijthof. A special jury awards the best band with a prize. A statue of a Zaate Herremenie dressed in Carnival costume can be seen on the Vrijthof.

Vastelaovend is the common dialect name for Carnival in Maastricht. It is often thought to refer to the last evening before fasting. However, the word “vastel” can also be linked to the German words “Fas”, “Fasel” or “Vasel”, which are associated with the idea of fertility and growth. The Roman feasts of Bacchanalia and Lupercalia also marked the end of the winter and the beginning of spring, and celebrated the regeneration of nature. Later on, these festivities were influenced by Germanic spring rituals, when the winter spirits were chased away by crowds making a lot of noise and wearing costumes symbolising the ancestors and the winter spirits.

Women’s Carnival: in Cologne, where this tradition stems from, the event is called “Altweiberfasching” and takes place on the Thursday before the beginning of the Carnival. It is a kind of liberated “women’s day” where women storm town halls, banks and offices and snip or even cut men’s neckties. In Limburg, the “auw wieverbal” is a popular bal where people disguise as old women.

Source: Crossroads print edition, March 2003

Elf tips voor een geslaagde Vastelaovend

This one is just in Dutch, taken from the web (observant.nl), explaining eleven golden and never changing rules of Carnival.


Wie de spelregels van carnaval kent, heeft jarenlang plezier van het feest der feesten. Hij hoeft nooit meer iets bij te leren, want de regels veranderen nooit. Elf tips voor een geslaagde vasteloavend:

  1. Begin op zaterdag, net als de Maastrichtenaren, maar verkleed je niet. Officieel begint het feest namelijk pas op zondag, en de Hollènders zijn altijd zeer makkelijk te herkennen omdat ze al op zaterdag verkleed zijn. Ze voelen zich dan zó bekeken dat ze besluiten zich op zondag niet meer te verkleden. Dan staan ze opnieuw voor lul.

  2. Trek geen overal aan met leuke spreuken. Boerenkielen zijn eveneens uit den boze! De Maastrichtenaar begint met Kerstmis aan zijn pèkske, en het resultaat is er dan ook naar. Sla je slag op de uitverkoop van de kerstafdeling van V&D.

  3. De leukste plek om buiten carnaval te vieren is de route Platielstraat - Amorsplein - Achter het Vleeshuis - Wolfstraat - Onze Lieve Vrouweplein - Koestraat - Stenen Brug. Daar eenmaal aangekomen, ga je dezelfde weg terug. Op de drukste avonden (zondag en dinsdag) is dan je avond om en je geld op.

  4. Ook al dreig je in de mensenzee op deze route iemand kwijt te raken, beheers je en laat je niet verleiden tot een polonaise. Het allergevaarlijkst is om in een polonaise voorop te lopen en als vreugde-uiting beide wijsvingers in de lucht te steken.

  5. Ook al begin je het nóg zo leuk te vinden, en ook al is het nóg zo’n geaccepteerd gebruik in Waddinxveen: ga niet met glazen gooien. Nee, ook niet met alleen de inhoud.
    Veel lucratiever is het tegendeel: verzamel 11 lege glazen en lever ze in bij café Falstaff (Amorsplein) voor een gratis pils.

  6. Wil je naar binnen, probeer dan café De Belsj (officieel: Stenen Brug, in de gelijknamige straat). Vooral in trek vanwege het Professore loere: hoogleraren bespieden en betrappen op buitenechtelijke tongzoenen.
    Oefen eerst op de carnavalsdiscipline ‘binnenkomen in drukke cafés’ in minder drukke etablissementen aan het OLV-plein.

  7. Jongens plassen in een zijstraat van het Amorsplein, richting Grote Staat, tegen een garagepoort.

  8. Meisjes plassen tussen geparkeerde auto’s: veel minder gevaarlijk dan in cafés.

  9. Eet vet en veel: eerst frites, dan vis, dan hamburger, en dan weer van vooraf aan. Braken: zie 7.

  10. De beste haringen op woensdag: café De Poort, Oude Tweebergenpoort. Zuur, maatje, zalm, oester, het is er allemaal en - uiteraard - gratis. Ga niet graaien, dan val je weer zo op (zie ook 1). Wees gerust: de aanvoer gaat door tot diep in de nacht. Niet verkleden!

  11. En als het desondanks niet lukt, vergeet alles en verlaat de stad. De Keukenhof bijvoorbeeld, gaat open rond carnaval, en is een aardig alternatief.



Lyrics

1. Dao kump Maria

(There Maria is coming)

Maastricht 2008 Carnival song
(Dorrie en Leo Satijn)
Refrein:

Jao, dao kump Maria

Met häöre wagel op ’t plein

Jao, dao geit Maria

Vastelaovend vint zie fijn

Jao, dat is Maria

De zuus ‘r euveral,

En kumpste Maria tege

Daan is ’t Carneval
Couplèt 1:

Mèt de Vastelaovend

Geit eus Maria op stap

Vreuger mèt de kinder drin

Meh noe de lek’ren hap

De weurs en ouch gehakbelkes,

En blökskes awwe kies

Die deilt zie oet aon ederein

Daan is ‘t ei groet fies!

Couplèt 2

Noe nao al die jaore

Heet ze’m umgebouwd tot kaar

Huur dao kump zie al vaan wied

Verkleid wie ‘ne clochard

Meziek dee heet ze bove drop

Zie drejt daan mèt ’r koont

De lui die doen daan lösteg mèt

Mestreech springk in ‘t roond

2. Reube, friet en beer

(Turnip-cabbage, fries and beer)

Maastricht 2007 Carnival song

Tekst & muziek: Fokke Fernhout, Bob Hoekstra, Jasper Holthuis & Joof Schöpping



Refrein:
M'n ma, die is vaan Lummel, miene pa, dee kump oet Hier.
Vaan Mestreech is geine, en mien tant die woent in Kier
Veer zien vaan Wiek en Wolder, dao tösse sjijnt 't leech.
Dao zien veer neet gebore, en dao ligk noe zjus Mestreech
Dao zien veer neet gebore, en dao ligk noe zjus Mestreech

Iech zaog häör bij de statie, dat meidske had väöl gratie


Ich dach aon 'n relatie, en ich zag häör: "Excuseer,
Zègk, wèlste mèt miech sjanse? Zègk miech, wie zien mien kanse?"
Zie zag: "Iech wèl gere danse mèt 'ne ras Mestreechteneer".

Iech kós häör neet vergete, iech moch toen koume ete.


Dat waor toen ech genete, mèt reube, friet en beer.
Iech wèlde häör versere, 't meidske caressere.
Meh pa gaof häör neet gere aon 'ne nep Mestreechteneer.

Op aondraank vaan mamake, leet iech 't beer miech smake


ech wis 'm good te rake, wie 'nen Tempeleer.
Pa zag: "Laot iech ins dinke, en op de touwkoms klinke
Es iech diech zoe zeen drinke biste ech Mestreechteneer".





http://www.franknature.nl/Carnaval2007ReubeFrietBier.mp3

3. Mie fietske (My bike)

Maastricht 2006 Carnival song
Tekst: Noël Fabry - muziek: Raymond de Pauw

Refrein:
Wat 'ne elend, wat 'ne pech,
mie gans nui fietske, dat is weg.
't Is neet geklajd, 't is neet gestole,
meh de gemeinte is mie fietske weg goon hole.
Is dat noe sjiek? Is dat noe sjoen?
Wat moot iech zoonder fietske doen?
Mieljaar, wat höb ich noe e leid.
Kin iemes miech vertèlle boe mie fietske steit?

Iech koch miech lès e fietske, zoe nuierwèts model,


mèt vaan die hippe kleure en mèt 'n sjieke bel.
Iech ging 't oetperbere, zoe midde in de stad,
en höb 't bij e buimke eve neergezat.
En ouch al leep iech gaar neet wied,
mie nui fietse bin iech kwiet!


4. Meh, me lepke

(Meh, my curtain)

Hans Dupont (Maastricht, 2005)
Trees dat is ’n hiel goojblöts, en altied in veur è grèpke,
mèr geit ut bove häör möts, sjriewt ze keihèl ; “ mèh, me lèpke ! “

Intermezzo:
..............(accordeon)..............meh, me lepke !
..............(accordeon)..............meh, me lepke !
..............(accordeon)..............meh, me lepke !
..............(accordeon)..............meh, me lepke !

Trees had veur de vastelaovend slingers ingekoch,


thoes gekoume, môs dat ganse spul nog in de loch,
Trees, die is ein-vieftig laangk, dat is è bitsje klein,
daobeij heet ze hoegtevrees, en oongelieke bein,
È bitsje bang en eigewies, stoond Trees m’ch op è trèpke,
de hiele handel kwakde um, zie sjriewde; “ mèh, me lèpke ! “

Trees steit mèt d’n optoch miestal veurraon in de straot,


zuut ze masjorètsjes, springk ze mèt, mèr oet de maot,
Trees is neet de jongste mie, dat is gewoen è feit,
en de GéGéDé steit klaor, es Treeske springe geit,
Zie deit es of ze twintig is, jao, dat is ech gein grèpke,
vaan wiet aof huurste’r sjriewe, jao hiel hèl; “mèh, me lèpke ! “

Listen to it:



http://www.pebble-music.nl/upload_afb/20050112135355199.mp3
5. Viva Colonia

(Long live the country of Köln)

Die Höhner (Köln)
Met ner Pappnas gebore dr Dom en dr Täsch
han mir uns jeschwore:Mer jon unsere Wääch
Alles wat mer krieje künne,nemme mer och met,
weil et jede Augenbleck nur einmol jitt....

Mer jon zom F.C Kölle un mer jon zom KEC


Mer drinke jän e Kölsch un mer fahre KVB
Henkelmännche-Millowisch, bei uns es immer jet loss
Mir fiere jän-ejal of klein of jroß-wat et och koss

Refrain:

Da simmer dabei! Dat is prima! VIVA COLONIA
Wir lieben das Leben,die Liebe und die Lust
Wir glauben an den lieben Gott und hab'n noch immer Durst.

Mer han dä Kölsche Klüngel un Arsch huh- su heiß' et he!


Alaaf op Ruusemondaach nu Aloah CSD
Mer sin multikulinarisch mer sin multikulturell
Mer sin in jeder Hinsicht aktuell-auch sexuell!

Refrain:

Da simmer dabei! Dat is prima! VIVA COLONIA
Wir lieben das Leben,die Liebe und die Lust
Wir glauben an den lieben Gott und hab'n noch immer Durst.

Da simmer dabei! Dat is prima! VIVA COLONIA


Wir lieben das Leben,die Liebe und die Lust
Wir glauben an den lieben Gott und hab'n noch immer Durst.

Mer lääve hück-nit murje, zo schnell verjeiht die Zigg


L.M.A.A ihr Sorje mer lääve dä Augenbleck
...un dä es jenau jetz'!

Refrain:

Da simmer dabei! Dat is prima! VIVA COLONIA
Wir lieben das Leben,die Liebe und die Lust
Wir glauben an den lieben Gott und hab'n noch immer Durst.

Da simmer dabei! Dat is prima! VIVA COLONIA


Wir lieben das Leben,die Liebe und die Lust
Wir glauben an den lieben Gott und hab'n noch immer Durst.

Da simmer dabei!





6. Heij blief ik plekke

(I’m going to hang around here)

Toddezek (Grubbenvorst)

Winner 2007 Limburgian Carnival Song Contest


K'heb alles geprobeerd
En jaore lang gezoch
Wie'se now ut beste blieve plekke kôs
Mar nôw is ut zoë wiëd
En heb ik ut recep
Vûr de allerbeste vastenaovesplèk
De goeijs dan wat confetti op de dansvloer neer
En reurs d'r dan nag efkes met wat beer doorhaer

Refrein:
Heej bliëf ik plekke
Heej gaon ik stekke
Heej bliëf ik staon
Heej bliëf ik plekke
De veut verzette, det zal ni gaon
Want miën zaole zitte vasgeplek in allemaol daen driët
Zoë heb ik met de vastenaovend alle tiëd
Heej bliëf ik plekke
Heej gaon ik stekke
Heej bliëf ik staon
Heej, heej, heej bliëf ik plekke
Heej bliëf ik staon

En is 't 's morgesvrüüg


De poetsvrouw is d'r net
Wurse ok nag efkes in de weik gezet
En zaet zeej "gank opziej
De steis mich in de waeg"
Vur desse ut wets bisse d'r oët gevaeg
De goeijs wir wat confetti op de dansvloer neer
En reurs d'r dan nag efkes met wat beer doorhaer


Listen to it: http://www.toddezek.nl/music/heej%20blief%20ik%20plekke.mp3



7. En noe die hennekes de loch in

(And now the hands up in the air)

Frans Theunisz (Maastricht, 1990)

Language Maastrichts / Limburgs
Jao, iech haw vaan gezèllige boel,
en daan laot iech de boel mer de boel.
Iech wil danse, en get sjanse,
want geer wit wat iech bedoel.
Deit diech good aon dien priij, laot mer goon,
laot de puutsjes neet stèl blieve stoon.
En mer zinge, en mer springe, want 't is nog neet gedoon.

Refrein:
En noe de hennekes de loch in,
en kiek miech lachend aon,
daan geit toch veur ederein de zörreg vaan de baon.
En noe de hennekes de loch in,
en kiek miech lachend aon,
daan geit toch veur ederein de zörreg vaan de baon.

Proffiteer en geneet mit us mit,


want veer goon hiij nog lang neet nao bed.
Vaan de mörrege, tot d'n aovend,
deit eineeder mit us mit.
Jao, de wereld zal daan ope goon,
laot de puutsjes neet stèl blieve stoon.
En mer zinge, en mer springe, want 't is nog neet gedoon.
Listen to it:

http://www.limburgzingt.nl/midi/maastricht/ennoedehennekesdelochin.mid


8. En nou die hèndjes

(And now the hands up in the air)
Language Bosch / Brabants

Hedde gij ook wel eens dat gevoel

van laat nou eens de boel maar de boel
Om te dansen en te sjansen,

ach je weet wat ik bedoel


Maar ge denkt dan: wat moet ik alleen,

waar kan ik in m’n eentje nou heen


Maar warempel, hier geen drempel,

hier sta je nooit alleen

refr.:
En dan die handjes de lucht in,

en kijk me lachend aan


Dan zal er voor jou een

wereld open gaan


En dan die handjes de lucht in,

en kijk me lachend aan


Dan zal er voor jou ook

een oetel kweken gaan

‘t Is een lust veur ‘t oog a ge ziet

hoe een oetel drie dagen geniet


Met z’n hossen deur het Bossche,

en hij zingt zijn hoogste lied


Ook al wete ge niet hoe ‘t moet,

weet je niet hoe een oetel dat doet


Kijk maar naar me, kw=8Ak maar naar me,

het gaat vanzelf goed




9. Roed, geel en greun

(Red, yellow and green)

Frans Theunisz (Maastricht, 1999)
Iech drink tot iech mien zörreg noe vaanzelf weer vergeet,
want ’t is weer tied um te goon stappe.
Iech hoof neet lang te zeuke, d’r zien kaffees bij de vleet,
boe iech weer e pèlske kin goon happe.

De ganse buurt is verseerd, d’r is weer get te doen,


de vlagge haange bove alle deure.
De zuus ’t aon de lui, dao hingk weer stumming in de loch.
en wat miech opvèlt, dat zien weer die kleure.

Refrein:
Roed, geel en greun is de kleur vaan vastelaovend.
Roed, geel en greun is de kleur vaan karneval.
Lol en plezeer vaan de mörge tot d’n aovend.
Roed, geel en greun zuuste noe weer euveral.

Vaan Eijsde tot in Venlo en vaan Sittard tot in Mook.


Jao, in Mestreech en ouch weer in Zuzaote.
Dao hingk ‘ne sfeer dee kinste preuve, jao op ederen hook.
De vlag hingk weer oet in alle straote.

10. Alpen Express

(Express train to the Alps)

Taai Taai (Maastricht)
Refrein:
Tingelingeling, heij kump de Alpen Expres.
Tingelingeling, heij kump 'r aon.
Tingelingeling, 'r geit naor oos, 'r geit naor wes.
Kump 'r beij diech langs, daan sleet mèr aon.
Tingelingeling, heij kump de Alpen Expres.
Tingelingeling, noe zuug 'm goon.
Veer tsjoeke achterein in de polonaise trein.
Boch naor links, boch naor rechs.
En zoe kachele veer weier mèt de Alpen Expres.

Höbste al gehuurd vaan de Alpen Expres.


Biste mèt deen trein al ins gewees.
't Kos diech geine gölle in de Alpen Expres.
Gratis en voor niks is 't daor fees.
Aajd en joonk en dik en dun.
Daor is plaots veur eederein.
Dee ins lekker oet de bol wèl goon.
Geine heisa, geine stress in de Alpen Expres.
Stap mèr in en laot dee polonaise goon.

Heuvel op, heuvel aof.


Ja heer kump euveral.
Klink zien bel, klink zien fluit.
Daan geit heer langs berg en dal.


Listen to it: http://www.limburgzingt.nl/midi/maastricht/alpeneexpressde.mid



11. Wiellie

(Wiellie)

De Patronaatsknöppele (Elsloo, 2006)
Jao dao is Wielie Wielie mit ziene wielie wielie

Wat is dae Wielie braaf

Jao dao is Wielie Wielie mit ziene wielie wielie

En hae veurt allein de sjtraot mèr op en aaf

Dae Wielie dae waor jaorig hae woort al zeve jaor

En midde in de kamer sjtônge de kedootjes klaor

Daobiej sjtông auch ein fietske mit wielkes aan de zie

En es ich dan nao boete keek kaom Wielie weer veurbiej


Jao dao is Wielie Wielie mit ziene wielie wielie

Wat is dae Wielie braaf

Jao dao is Wielie Wielie mit ziene wielie wielie

En hae veurt allein de sjtraot mèr op en aaf

Jao dao is Wielie Wielie mit ziene wielie wielie

Wat is dae Wielie braaf

Jao dao is Wielie Wielie mit ziene wielie wielie

En hae veurt allein de sjtraot mèr op en aaf


Dae Wielie waor al achtjèn hae waor nog ummer braaf

En toen zag ziene pap noe gaon die wielkes de van aaf

De Wielie kôs waal böke waor jellemaol neet bliej

Mèh es ich dan nao boete keek kaom Wielie weer veurbiej


Jao dao is Wielie Wielie mit ziene wielie wielie

Wat is dae Wielie braaf

Jao dao is Wielie Wielie mit ziene wielie wielie

En hae veurt allein de sjtraot mèr op en aaf

Jao dao is Wielie Wielie mit ziene wielie wielie

Wat is dae Wielie braaf

Jao dao is Wielie Wielie mit ziene wielie wielie

En hae veurt allein de sjtraot mèr op en aaf


Dae Wielie woort al tachtig ’t ging neet mjè zwa good

Hae kôs neet mjè good fitse en môs al dèk tevoot

Toen kreeg hae eine rolsjtool dae leep op batterie

En es ich dan nao boete keek kaom Wielie weer veurbiej………


Listen to it:

http://www.pebble-music.nl/upload_afb/20061205200834134.mp3
“All” the other lyrics for Limburg can be found here: http://www.limburgzingt.nl...

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The Angel of Maastricht


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Markt - Maastricht

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