H1T

  Click here to hear our anthem




Dutch traditional instruments


                   Made by:
                Het C...
Index
•   Introduction
•   Draaiorgel      (Barrel organ)
•   Beiaard         (Carillon)
•   Fanfare         (Fanfare)
•  ...
Introduction
Hello,
This is the Dutch part of the traditional instruments-project. We liked to do this, but, we
have to sa...
Draaiorgel

• It’s officially an Italian instrument, but if
  you walk in Holland you definitely will see
  one.
How the draaiorgel works
  In a draaiorgel you put a book with holes.
  When you turn the wheel of the draaiorgel
there co...
Beiaard
• The beiaard you mostly see at churches. You hear it
  often if you walk in Holland.
• A beiaard consists of a lo...
Fanfare
The fanfare is a group of instruments that are played while walking. The fanfare
plays old Dutch songs like Het Wi...
The end

As you could see Holland isn’t a country that
 Invents things by itself. It’s more a import
    country that impo...
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  1. 1. H1T Click here to hear our anthem Dutch traditional instruments Made by: Het College Vos Vlaardingen
  2. 2. Index • Introduction • Draaiorgel (Barrel organ) • Beiaard (Carillon) • Fanfare (Fanfare) • The end
  3. 3. Introduction Hello, This is the Dutch part of the traditional instruments-project. We liked to do this, but, we have to say that is was pretty difficult to find traditional instruments of our country. We had found some, though. We've found: the carillon, (Dutch word: Beiaard) draaiorgel and the fanfare. We're going to tell you something about these instruments and how they work. We hope you enjoy it, and Maybe you'll know them already. We want to say thanks to our music teacher, and to Everyone who helped us with this project. Have fun! Greets from Holland!
  4. 4. Draaiorgel • It’s officially an Italian instrument, but if you walk in Holland you definitely will see one.
  5. 5. How the draaiorgel works In a draaiorgel you put a book with holes. When you turn the wheel of the draaiorgel there comes air in the tubes in the draaiorgel. All the time you get different holes, so different flutes with different tones get air. And then finally you get A song.
  6. 6. Beiaard • The beiaard you mostly see at churches. You hear it often if you walk in Holland. • A beiaard consists of a lot of bells (min. 23) that the beiaardier (someone who plays the carrilon) can play. • The Domtoren in Utrecht also has got a beiaard, it’s very famous. A beiaard The Domtoren
  7. 7. Fanfare The fanfare is a group of instruments that are played while walking. The fanfare plays old Dutch songs like Het Wilhelmus and Oh, kom er eens kijken. The last one is only played at the Dutch festivity sinterklaas. The fanfare includes: Drum, trumpet, sax, and more. Nice to know is that the drums officially comes from the fanfare, because the drums is more compact; you can play all the different drums for just one person. The fanfare is something typically Dutch, you can see it at almost every festivity!
  8. 8. The end As you could see Holland isn’t a country that Invents things by itself. It’s more a import country that import things from other countries. I hope you enjoyed it!
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