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|: German women, German loyalty, However, after 1849 the two largest German monarchies, Prussia and Austria, put an end to this liberal movement toward national unification. De Bondsrepubliek, opgericht in 1949, had een nieuw volkslied nodig; daarvoor werd onder meer de Ode an die Freude van Beethoven gebruikt. Und nicht über und nicht unter From the North Sea to the Alps Componist van de melodie is Joseph Haydn, die haar in 1797 aan keizer Frans II had gewijd, de Kaiserhymne. Sind des Glückes Unterpfand – Love it as our dearest country De sociaaldemocratische rijkspresident Friedrich Ebert besloot in 1922 om het Lied der Deutschen het officiële volkslied te maken. 537 vom 6.  |: Blüh' im Glanze dieses Glückes, Only the third verse is designated as the official national anthem. In order to endorse its republican and liberal tradition, the song was chosen as the national anthem of Germany in 1922, during the Weimar Republic. 51/S. Nadat Duitsland (zonder Oostenrijk) in 1867/1871 verenigd werd, kreeg de uitdrukking geleidelijk een andere, nationalistische lading. With slight adaptations, the lyrics of "Auferstanden aus Ruinen" can be sung to the melody of the "Deutschlandlied" and vice versa. Der Song geht unter die Haut und beschreibt das Gefühl der bedingungslosen Liebe sehr gut. Wenn es stets zu Schutz und Trutze [16] Hence, effective since then, the national anthem of Germany is unmistakably the third stanza of the Deutschlandlied, and only this stanza, with Haydn's music. :| Deutsche Frauen, deutsche Treue, [25], When the first verse was played as the German national anthem at the canoe sprint world championships in Hungary in August 2011, German athletes were reportedly "appalled". During all of our life. So wie anderen Völkern ihr's.   Above all in the world! Wie ein andres gutes Land. German grammar distinguishes between über alles, i.e. In maart 1990 stelde het Constitutioneel Gerechtshof vast dat alleen het derde couplet beschermd is, en in november 1991 kwamen bondspresident en bondskanselier in een correspondentie overeen dat alleen het derde couplet volkslied is. In the 1970s and 1980s, efforts were made by conservatives in Germany to reclaim all three stanzas for the national anthem. "[28], Similarly, in 2017, the first verse was mistakenly sung by Will Kimble, an American soloist, during the welcome ceremony of the Fed Cup tennis match between Andrea Petkovic (Germany) and Alison Riske (U.S.) at the Center Court in Lahaina, Hawaii. Their old beautiful chime   Deutscher Wein und deutscher Sang! Since it was viewed as the traditional right of the President as head of state to set the symbols of the state, the "Deutschlandlied" thus became the national anthem.[12]. Above all in the world, Let us guard and love our home Het tweede couplet laat zien dat het lied oorspronkelijk als drinklied werd bedacht. [8], The melody used by the "Deutschlandlied" was still in use as the anthem of the Austro-Hungarian Empire until its demise in 1918. In 1939-1945 hoorde het Memel-Land bij Nazi-Duitsland. Brüderlich zusammenhält. Sinds 1922 is het in gebruik als het Duitse volkslied. Über alles in der Welt, Op het moment dat Hoffmann von Fallersleben het lied schreef, was Nederlands Limburg samen met Luxemburg lid van de Duitse bond (namelijk van 1839 tot 1866). And inspire us to noble deeds Het Duitslandlied is "grootduits" waar het de grenzen beschrijft. [17] Of these the Meuse and the Adige were parts of the German Confederation during the time when the song was composed. Haydn later used the hymn as the basis for the second movement (poco adagio cantabile) of his Opus 76 No. Het gebiedje ten noorden van de Memel ging in 1919 aan Litouwen (Memel-Land), daardoor werd de Memel pas de grens van het toenmalige Duitsland. As the others love their own. 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The song became very popular after the 1914 Battle of Langemarck during World War I, when, supposedly, several German regiments, consisting mostly of students no older than 20, attacked the British lines on the Western front singing the song, suffering heavy casualties. Sinds 1922 is het in gebruik als het Duitse volkslied.Vanaf 1952 werd echter alleen het derde couplet gezongen. The music is the hymn "Gott erhalte Franz den Kaiser", written in 1797 by the Austrian composer Joseph Haydn as an anthem for the birthday of Francis II, Emperor of the Holy Roman Empire and later of Austria. The opening line of the third stanza, "Einigkeit und Recht und Freiheit" ("Unity and Justice and Freedom"), is widely considered to be the national motto of Germany, although it was never officially proclaimed as such. In 2006, the Slovenian "industrial" band Laibach incorporated Hoffmann's lyrics in a song titled "Germania", on the album Volk, which contains fourteen songs with adaptations of national anthems. Tijdens het Duitse Keizerrijk (1871-1918) was er geen officieel volkslied, maar werd in voorkomende omstandigheden Heil dir im Siegerkranz gezongen, op de melodie van het Engelse volkslied God save the Queen. 145, composed in 1915/16 when it was a patriotic song but not yet a national anthem. August Heinrich Hoffmann von Fallersleben wrote the text in 1841 on holiday on the North Sea island of Heligoland,[5] then a possession of the United Kingdom (now part of Germany). West Germany adopted the "Deutschlandlied" as its official national anthem in 1952 for similar reasons, with only the third stanza sung on official occasions. Meanwhile, East Germany adopted its own national anthem, "Auferstanden aus Ruinen" ("Risen from Ruins"). The song was a birthday anthem honouring Francis II (1768–1835), Habsburg emperor, and was intended as a parallel to Great Britain's "God Save the King". Walther von der Vogelweide schreef rondom 1198: Von der Elbe unz an den Rîn und her wider unz an Ungerlant (van de Elbe tot aan de Rijn, en weer tot aan Hongarije). Unity and justice and freedom In lieu of an official national anthem, popular German songs such as the "Trizonesien-Song", a carnival song mocking the occupying Allied powers, were used at some sporting events. In: Etienne Francois, Hagen Schulze (ed. Dass die Völker nicht erbleichen Einigkeit und Recht und Freiheit Als volkslied geniet het bijzondere wettelijke bescherming tegen smaad. Uns wie andern Völkern hin. "Einigkeit und Recht und Freiheit" appeared on the rim of 2 and 5 Deutsche Mark coins and is present on 2 euro coins minted in Germany. [33][34], German patriotic song; its third stanza is the German national anthem, "Über Alles" redirects here. Passion nor intelligence In East Germany, the national anthem was "Auferstanden aus Ruinen" (English: "Risen from Ruins") between 1949 and 1990. Von der See bis zu den Alpen Nevertheless, these geographical references have been variously criticized as irredentist or misleading. Upon German reunification in 1990, only the third stanza was confirmed as the national anthem. Het buitenland was zeer negatief over Adenauers zet. Bondspresident Theodor Heuss was voorstander van een alternatief lied, de Hymne an Deutschland. Ihren alten schönen Klang, Max Reger quotes the tune in the final section of his organ pieces Sieben Stücke, Op. Het Lied der Deutschen was een van vele patriottische liederen, en werd geleidelijk populairder. Gedurende de Eerste Wereldoorlog kwam het meer in gebruik omdat Heil dir im Siegerkranz dezelfde melodie als het volkslied van de Engelse vijand had. De tekst is beschikbaar onder de licentie. From the Meuse to the Memel, :|.  |: Deutsche Frauen, deutsche Treue, "[20] The pacifist Kurt Tucholsky was also negative about the song, and in 1929 published a photo book sarcastically titled Deutschland, Deutschland über alles, criticising right-wing groups in Germany. In 1841, the German linguist and poet August Heinrich Hoffmann von Fallersleben wrote the lyrics of "Das Lied der Deutschen" as a new text for that music, counterposing the national unification of Germany to the eulogy of a monarch, lyrics that were considered revolutionary at the time. De grens tussen Duitsland en Denemarken loopt door deze zeestraat. Bondskanselier Konrad Adenauer, een christendemocraat die in het nazitijdperk in de gevangenis had gezeten, vroeg bij een bezoek in Berlijn op 18 april 1950 het publiek in de voor belangrijke bijeenkomsten gebruikte bioscoop Titania-Palast om het derde couplet van het Deutschlandlied te zingen. Andern Völkern wolln wir sein Danach lasst uns alle streben Nevertheless, such nationalistic rhetoric was relatively common in 19th-century public discourse. Deutsche Liebeslieder für alle, die auf Wolke 7 schweben. For other uses, see, Deutschland, Deutschland über alles, über alles in der Welt, Deutschland über alles") "die blödsinnigste Parole der Welt. Towards these let us all strive Other peoples will we be Op zijn beurt schreef Bertolt Brecht in 1950 in de Kinderhymne, doelend op Hoffmanns lied: Von der See bis zu den Alpen, von der Oder bis zum Rhein. Hoewel geen ander lied (alleen) officieel volkslied van Duitsland is geweest, horen bij de geschiedenis van het Duitse volkslied ook nog deze liederen: August Heinrich Hoffmann von Fallersleben, Das Lied der Deutschen, gezongen met alle drie coupletten, Das Deutschlandlied - ein Lied mit Geschichte, https://nl.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Das_Lied_der_Deutschen&oldid=57482473, Wikipedia:Commonscat met paginatitel anders dan op Wikidata, Creative Commons Naamsvermelding/Gelijk delen, Originele werken van of over dit onderwerp zijn te vinden op de pagina. Na 1945 werd het Lied der Deutschen door de overwinnende mogendheden van de Tweede Wereldoorlog verboden. When, for protection and defense, [9], During the Nazi era only the first stanza was used, followed by the SA song "Horst-Wessel-Lied". Von der Oder bis zum Rhein. [10] It was played at occasions of great national significance such as the opening of the 1936 Summer Olympics in Berlin when Hitler and his entourage, along with Olympic officials, walked into the stadium amid a chorus of three thousand Germans singing "Deutschland, Deutschland über alles". It is often used as the musical basis for the hymn "Glorious Things of Thee Are Spoken". :| The song was a birthday anthem to Francis II, Holy Roman Emperor of the House of Habsburg, and was intended to rival in merit the British "God Save the King". In addition, with the Carlsbad Decrees of 1819, Austrian Chancellor Klemens von Metternich and his secret police enforced censorship, mainly in universities, to keep a watch on the activities of teachers and students, whom he held responsible for the spread of radical liberalist ideas. Unser ganzes Leben lang – Leidenschaft nicht noch Verstand Wessel, de schrijver van dit lied werd door de nationaalsocialisten als een martelaar voor hun zaak beschouwd. Neither over or yet under Sinds 1991 vormt dit ene couplet het volkslied. The first verse, which is no longer part of the national anthem and is not sung on official occasions, names three rivers and one strait – the Meuse (Maas in German), Adige (Etsch) and Neman (Memel) Rivers and the Little Belt strait – as the boundaries of the German Sprachbund. In Hoffmanns tijd waren Sleeswijk en Holstein nog onderdeel van Denemarken, en alleen Holstein hoorde bij de Duitse Bond. Unity and justice and freedom [20][21] A relatively early critic was Friedrich Nietzsche, who called the grandiose claim in the first stanza ("Deutschland über alles") "die blödsinnigste Parole der Welt" (the most idiotic slogan in the world), and in Thus Spoke Zarathustra said, "Deutschland, Deutschland über alles – I fear that was the end of German philosophy. Er hielt sich 9 Wochen in den deutschen Single-Charts und landete auf Platz 16.   German wine and German song! Grace spare not and spare no labour However, the first and second verses were not outlawed, contrary to popular belief. As he sang the first verse, he was booed by the audience. :|[7], Germany, Germany above all, Voor het bezingen van de Duitse grenzen of rivieren in het grensgebied is er een historisch voorbeeld. Vanwege de historische ontwikkelingen sinds 1841 zijn de landsgrenzen van het eerste couplet niet meer actueel. For example: Georg Herwegh in his poem "The German Fleet" (1841),[18] gives the Germans as the people "between the Po and the Sund" (Øresund), and in 1832 Philipp Jakob Siebenpfeiffer, a noted journalist, declared at the Hambach Festival that he considered all "between the Alps and the North Sea" to be Deutschtum.[19]. De rivier de Maas stroomt nu in Nederland, België en Frankrijk. Hochzeitslieder gesucht? The inclusion of the first two verses was met with criticism at the time.  Prosper, German fatherland. Deutscher Wein und deutscher Sang The "Deutschlandlied" (German pronunciation: [ˈdɔʏtʃlantˌliːt] (listen); English: "Song of Germany"), officially titled "Das Lied der Deutschen" (English: "The Song of the Germans"), or part of it, has been the national anthem of Germany since 1922. Das Lied der Deutschen (Het Lied der Duitsers, meestal Das Deutschlandlied, Duitslandlied, genoemd) is een patriottisch Duits drinklied uit de 19e eeuw. Vanaf 1952 werd echter alleen het derde couplet gezongen. The year after he wrote "Das Deutschlandlied", Hoffmann lost his job as a librarian and professor in Breslau, Prussia (now Wrocław, Poland), because of this and other revolutionary works, and was forced into hiding until being pardoned after the revolutions of 1848 in the German states. In tegenstelling tot de nationale driekleur (die in 1919 van zwart-wit-rood veranderde naar zwart-rood-goud) was het volkslied nooit omstreden. Austrian monarchists continued to use this anthem after 1918 in the hope of restoring the monarchy. They are buried in the Langemark German war cemetery in Belgium. In an unsuccessful attempt to drown out the soloist, German tennis players and fans started to sing the third verse instead.[29]. German women, German loyalty, Are the safeguards of fortune; That stanza's incipit "Einigkeit und Recht und Freiheit" ("Unity and Justice and Freedom") is considered the unofficial national motto of Germany,[1] and is inscribed on modern German Army belt buckles and the rims of some German coins. :| Deutschland, Deutschland über alles, Its implication that loyalty to a larger Germany should replace loyalty to one's local sovereign was then a revolutionary idea. Toen liep de stroom door het zuiden van de Oostenrijkse provincie Tirol. With those new lyrics, the song continued to be the anthem of Imperial Austria and later of Austria-Hungary. In this way, the first verse became closely identified with the Nazi regime. The German musician Nico sometimes performed the national anthem at concerts and dedicated it to militant Andreas Baader, leader of the Red Army Faction. However, for propaganda purposes, the latter translation was chosen by the Allies during World War I. Haydn's work is sometimes called the "Emperor's Hymn". Are the pledge of fortune. The melody of the "Deutschlandlied" was originally written by Joseph Haydn in 1797 to provide music to the poem "Gott erhalte Franz den Kaiser" ("God save Franz the Emperor") by Lorenz Leopold Haschka. In the era after the Congress of Vienna, influenced by Metternich and his secret police, Hoffmann's text had a distinctly revolutionary and at the same time liberal connotation, since the appeal for a united Germany was most often made in connection with demands for freedom of the press and other civil rights. "Das Lied der Deutschen" was not played at an official ceremony until Germany and the United Kingdom had agreed on the Heligoland–Zanzibar Treaty in 1890, when it appeared only appropriate to sing it at the ceremony on the now officially German island of Heligoland. As the song was written before German unification, there was never an intention to delineate borders of Germany as a nation-state. As they do to other folk. Als volkslied geniet het bijzondere wettelijke bescherming tegen smaad. The German Confederation (Deutscher Bund 1815–1866) was a loose federation of 35 monarchical states and four republican free cities, with a Federal Assembly in Frankfurt. And hold out their hand in friendship Anders dan soms wordt gesteld is geen van de coupletten "verboden". De vertegenwoordigers van de geallieerden bleven uit protest zitten, en ook de sociaaldemocraten waren woedend. In an ethnic sense, none of these places formed a distinct ethnic border. Brotherly with heart and hand! [26][27] Eurosport, under the headline of "Nazi anthem", erroneously reported that "the first stanza of the piece [was] banned in 1952. For the German fatherland! In 1919 verloor Oostenrijk dit gebied als Zuid-Tirol aan Italië. De kleinduitse gedachte streefde naar een nieuw Duits rijk zonder Oostenrijk; Oostenrijk was toen een grote veelvolkerenstaat. From the Adige to the Belt, Ten slotte ging Heuss akkoord met Adenauers verzoek om het Deutschlandlied weer het volkslied te maken, maar alleen het derde couplet te zingen. It always stands brotherly together. Bij de onderstaande volledige tekst wordt in de rechter kolom de meest nauwkeurige Nederlandse vertaling gegeven, zonder rijm of maat. Hoffmann von Fallersleben schreef het Lied der Deutschen tijdens een vakantie op het (toen Britse) Noordzee-eiland Helgoland. On 7 March 1990, months before reunification, the Federal Constitutional Court declared only the third stanza of Hoffmann's poem to be legally protected as a national anthem under German criminal law; Section 90a of the Criminal Code (Strafgesetzbuch) makes defamation of the national anthem a crime – but does not specify what the national anthem is. Für das deutsche Vaterland! above all else, and über allen, meaning "above everyone else". Anmut sparet nicht noch Mühe The melody of the "Deutschlandlied" was written by Joseph Haydn in 1797 to provide music to the poem "Gott erhalte Franz den Kaiser" (English: "God save Francis the Emperor") by Lorenz Leopold Haschka. Flourish as do other lands. :| Today, no part of any of the four places mentioned in the "Deutschlandlied" lies in Germany. Het derde couplet drukt de wens van de dichter uit naar een verenigd Duitsland als rechtsstaat. The song is also well known by the beginning and refrain of the first stanza, "Deutschland, Deutschland über alles" ("Germany, Germany above all"), but this has never been its title.

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