THE HILTLER WAR COLLECTIONS 1930-1945

 

HITLER WAR COLLETIONS

1930-1945

 

CREATED BY

Dr IWAN SUWANDY,MHA

LIMITED PRIVATE EDITION E-BOOK IN CD-ROM

JAKARTA@COPYRIGHT 2011

 

 

 

INTRODUCTIONS

Hitler was never died,his postal and document informations still alive, many young generations still did not know many aspect of Hitler actions between 1930-1945.

The recent informations have proof that Hitler were suicide in May 1945 and the DNA test have proof that the bone was him.

Many Postal and document related with Hitler War exist, some were from the best gemany Collectors, all rthe world collectors,and Dr iwan collections, but until this day never exist a special chronologic collections still not exist in e-book on CD_ROM which made every collectors know and compare his collections with the informations .

I hope all the collectors will enjoy to olook the amazing CD_ROM and thay will send me comment,correction and more info to made this e-book more complete and best info.

Jakarta ,October,2011

Dr Iwan Suwandy,MHA

 

 

 

 

 

The sample of collections:

1930-1935

 

 

 

 

 

1936-1940

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

1941-1945

 

The complete info exist,but only for the web blog Driwancybermuseum premium member,please subscribed as premium member via comment.

 

 

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THE UNIDENTIFIED VINTAGE CHINA MUSIC RECORD COLLETIONS FOUND IN INDONESIA

MUSEUM DUNIA MAYA DR IWAN S.

Dr IWAN ‘S CYBERMUSEUM

 THE FIRST INDONESIAN CYBERMUSEUM

  MUSEUM DUNIA MAYA PERTAMA DI INDONESIA

   DALAM PROSES UNTUK MENDAPATKAN SERTIFIKAT MURI

     PENDIRI DAN PENEMU IDE

      THE FOUNDER

    Dr IWAN SUWANDY, MHA

                     

The Driwan’s  Cybermuseum

                    

(Museum Duniamaya Dr Iwan)

Showroom :

The Chinese Export Record label to Indonesia

A.PRE WORLD WAR II

1.EAGLE MARK (SOUCHOU-ZHOUCHOU SERENADE)

2.UNIDENTIFIED COLUMBIA RECORD(PLEASE NATIVE COLLECTORS HELP TO TRANSLATE AND  GIVE MORE INFO)


4i HAVE JUST FOUND NEW COLLECTION IN OCTOBER 2011, AND i WILL COMPARE WITTH THE COLECTION WHICH i HAVW FOUND VIA GOOGLE EXP-LORATIONS, i HOPE CHINE NATIVE AND COLLATECTORS WILL HELP ME TO TRANLATE AND SEND ME MORE IN INFO VIA COMMR4NT THANK YOU(DR IWAN NOTE)

a.His Master Voice record

 

b.people and star record(?)

c, Columbia record

 

 

B.AFTER WORLD WAR II

(4)unidentified record

Production<br />
still from Songs in the Rainy Nights (Yuye Gesheng) 1950<br />
/ Image courtesy: Chinese Taipei Film Archive, Taiwan,<br />
and Hong Kong Film Archive, Hong Kong” border=”0″ /></p>
<p style=compare this illustration with the singer below same or not

(4)Unidentified

(5)Unidentified (comedian?)

(4)Chinese Folk song

After Presiden soekarno change with Presiden Suharto, no diplomatic relationes between Indonesia and Pepole Republic of China until 1988,aal chinese record sencored by the JUdge, and china record forbiddan to keep0,hear and especially the comm8unist cultural revolution record.

After 1988 china record become import again, like the Teresa Teng record below 1n 1992

Taiwan’s Teresa Teng is the most famous Chinese singer, and was popular across East Asia. After making a few records in Taiwan, she became a star in Japan. She sang primarily in Mandarin, Japanese, Cantonese and Taiwanese. She died at age 42, of asthma, in Thailand.

Teresa Teng, “The Soldiers’ Sweetheart”, keeping the Judeo-Commie bastards out of Taiwan

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THE VINTAGE TRADITIONAL CHINESE OPERA RECORD COLLECTIONS

MUSEUM DUNIA MAYA DR IWAN S.

Dr IWAN ‘S CYBERMUSEUM

 THE FIRST INDONESIAN CYBERMUSEUM

  MUSEUM DUNIA MAYA PERTAMA DI INDONESIA

   DALAM PROSES UNTUK MENDAPATKAN SERTIFIKAT MURI

     PENDIRI DAN PENEMU IDE

      THE FOUNDER

    Dr IWAN SUWANDY, MHA

                     

The Driwan’s  Cybermuseum

                    

(Museum Duniamaya Dr Iwan)

Showroom :

THE XINTAGE CHINESE OPRERA RECORD COLLECTIONS

CREATED BY

Dr Iwan suwandy<MHA

Limited private edition e-book in CD_ROM

jakarta@copyright 2011

introductions

Welcome to Driwancybermuseum

 

                  

 介紹

歡迎到Driwancybermuseum

          我發現一些罕見的中國戲曲記錄集合,在印度尼西亞,前中國海外集合,他們仍然保持,直到通過,後出這一切集合下一代低谷,因為他們 didnot understan復古茅根歌劇藝術和舊記錄光盤不能打出,因為不老的舊紀錄的儀器發揮不復存在 becaus發送數字光盤中的所有記錄現在。
我仍然保持歷史收藏的舊紀錄,我會試圖轉移到數字光盤。但我遇到了困難 tranleting這就是為什麼我希望所有本地或收藏家將幫助我翻譯茅根唱片公司的中國語言,也給我更多的信息,並通過修正意見的中國本土languge。

我要thanks SLL評論,校正,translatation更多信息,與老式的中國歌劇信息相關,也People中國的獨立和解放週年的10月,10th.2011共和國的禮炮和榮譽。

雅加達,十月0.2011

伊万suwandy博士,MHA

 

        

 I have found some rare Chinese Opera records collections in Indonesia, ex chinese overseas collections which still they keep until pass away and after that the next generation trough out all this collections because they didnot understan the art of vintage chine opera and also the old record disc  cannot played because not old instrument of old record played exist anymore becaus e all record now in digital disc.

i still keep this old record for historical collections and  i will tried to transfer into digital disc. but  I met the difficulty in tranlating the native china languge that is why I hope all native  or collectors will help me to translate the chinese language  of the chine record label and also send me more  info and correction via comment.

I want to thsnkd for sll comment,correction,translatatio and more info related with vintage chinese opera informations, and also salute and honor to Peole republic Of China Independence and Liberation anniversary in October,10th.2011.

Jakarta, October .2011

Dr Iwan suwandy,MHA

 

 Dr Iwan Collections


從本地Tionghoa印尼民族的老式傳統中國戲曲記錄
1)中國粵劇香港W.泉,1955年(三角)唱片公司的三個王國。

請哈吉Madji集合生產比較相同的公司,但不同的微量下面:

首先是NUM星標籤的記錄,這個人是混亂敲擊球迷和球員的垃圾可以蓋!在馬背上,標題是大致趙 TZI龍,節省了他的主人。

2)Cninese粵劇進入龍歌劇院

從谷歌的探索與哈吉madji集合比較

龍爭虎鬥

可能是我最喜歡的中國錄音可以發現在哥倫比亞 57000系列。隨著他們的紅色或綠色的標籤和標誌性的龍,這些記錄都充滿美麗的舊時代的粵劇。唯一的問題是尋找他們在體面的條件下,他們很老,似乎總是已經發揮到死亡。這個錄音的一些功能真是太神奇了唱歌。

3)歌劇院的中國皇帝明星唱片公司(請幫我翻譯的中國書法)

4)中國粵劇塔記錄

比較下面哈吉Midji集合
潮州對寶塔
 

塔是一個偉大的標籤,這是最有可能伴隨著 Polyphon和興登堡的一個子公司德意志- Grammophon。寶塔似乎包括大部分來自中國南方的潮州戲。不幸的是,我打破了雷峰塔的記錄,我想後而試圖得到它的主軸孔太小,轉盤上,以適應 … …所以這是亞軍!

舊蔡寶峰劇團演出。 (劉勵超感謝翻譯。)

寶塔 V 3912a

 歌劇國賓記錄

和BEKA記錄

主持人與哈吉Midji集合歌劇多音字下面

粵劇對 POLYPHON
 

Polyphon – Grammophon與德國相關的另一種罕見的標籤,使用相同的編號為興登堡和塔。
通常美妙的粵式綏觀塘聖歌唱這裡。 (劉勵超)

在中國的第一個錄音發生在1903年在上海舉行,由Fred Gaisberg監督。他在第一次錄製會議的意見:

“他們對音樂的想法是tremdous的衝突和爆炸:鼓,三雙巨大的鑼鼓,一雙的slappers,一種班卓琴,喜歡風笛的聲音有些簧片樂器,和歌手大呼小叫的協助下,他們所謂的音樂留聲機。“
“第一天,10條記錄後,我們不得不停止。因此癱瘓的喧囂我魂飛魄散,我想不出。“
Gaisberg了在中國超過 300錄音。
(從 Gaisberg的自傳所報附註中的全方位CD“雨香蕉樹下​​降

從谷歌探索中國戲曲記錄
1)粵劇記錄 Courtecy哈吉馬騎(由大衛介紹)
四個紫VICTORSThe 42000-43000維克多系列包含一些有史以來最不可思議的中國音樂。為主廣東話,許多這些錄音是一邊倒的8000系列,在紐約市和舊金山早在1902年錄得的再版。因為這些在美國出售他們更容易找到這裡,有時吃剩的商店庫存的偉大條件。

這其中有經典粵語的小提琴,班卓琴的聲音,那就是,高胡,三弦聲。

維克托 42126 A1

一個美麗的記錄,具有最終吹中國笛稱為肖,讓人聯想到越南和其他東南亞長笛音樂。

VICTOR 42178 B2

這裡從 20世紀初的又一經典動聽的粵語錄音。這是一個很好的例子從這個維克多系列的典型記錄。

VICTOR 43246 A3

我已決定不來後這張唱片,因為它的非常潦草,但,因為它是我所有的時間最喜歡的勝者記錄和我,因為你必須是一個音樂愛好者勇敢的一群到是擺在首位在這裡,我想通什麼是地獄。享受。

粵語嗩吶器樂
 
 

我總是驚訝於這些記錄可以如何眾聲喧嘩,這裡是一個完美的的例子。一個粵語器樂演奏嗩吶。嗩吶是一種起源於中國北方,並最終用於軍事,婚慶,民樂和戲曲音樂在中國傳播的類型 shawm。它類似於 zurna土耳其和印度shennai,等等。

第二次世界大戰後,世界各地的地方的企業家開始成立自己的唱片公司。青平是許多中國國有標籤,在此期間出​​現,其中許多是在整個東南亞地區的中國移民社區的基礎之一。青坪和Num星(見下文)總部設在舊金山。

青平33

更ORIENTALWelcome從出土的蟲膠任何訪問者!環顧四周,我敢肯定你會發現你有沒有聽說過的東西!

我已經發布了來自東方的記錄和不少粵語記錄的東西,但我只是無法抗拒的共享,這一最新的發現。異界!

NUM Singthe鐵桿哈吉馬騎聽眾可能已經耗盡我所有以前的帖子,經過反复的日常生活listenings,所以今天我會發布一些小型獨立唱片公司在1940年代和50年代的三個不同的記錄。敬請關注,將在七月一個驚喜 … …

首先是NUM星標籤的記錄,這個人是混亂敲擊球迷和球員的垃圾可以蓋!在馬背上,標題是大致趙 TZI龍,節省了他的主人。帕特里克通過的意見“部分中添加這些細節。

黃金之星
 
 

這裡的另一個我從來沒有見過的… …金星來自香港的記錄。這粵語記錄是最有可能從 1940年或1950年初。有趣的是比較粵語音樂風格從早期的記錄,我已經張貼改變 … …聽 Beka,哥倫比亞龍,興登堡等

淘樂器
 

廈門是福建東南部省份,整個台灣海峽。語言和文化是密切相關的台灣。下面是一個淘歌劇上我從來沒有見過的標籤器樂。標籤的名稱翻譯為類似的“鄉村愛情公司”,或者更準確地“Patriotsim”,作為一個 commentor已經注意到如下。音樂聽起來很像歌仔戲(在未來的職位即將)。

潮州開 ODEON
 

據 WordPress博客統計,最常見的的搜索字詞這個博客,帶給人們的是“潮州戲”。因此,這裡有另一種為潮州球迷之一。

一個常見的抱怨是,所有潮州歌劇院的聲音相同的(有一些道理的話),但這個紀錄肯定脫穎而出 … …我不知道該說什麼,除非這是一個非常不尋常的的探空記錄!

標題是氧化鈦牟生童索(民困雪)。

更新:讀者哈維爾李永恩(!和她的媽媽)告訴我們,這裡的號角聲,是一個(或郝頭)這是常用的喀拉陪在軍事或法院場景舞台上的行動。她補充說,這是一個倒閉的劇團從新加坡稱為老撾 GEK Chuong Hiang錄音。她還向他的喀拉了一張照片。她不同意,這是一種罕見的冠冕堂皇的錄音,但我至少有50潮州78,但沒有一個像這樣的聲音。感謝哈維爾!

龍爭虎鬥
 

可能是我最喜歡的中國錄音可以發現在哥倫比亞 57000系列。隨著他們的紅色或綠色的標籤和標誌性的龍,這些記錄都充滿美麗的舊時代的粵劇。唯一的問題是尋找他們在體面的條件下,他們很老,似乎總是已經發揮到死亡。這個錄音的一些功能真是太神奇了唱歌。

(注:這條記錄的“G”的方已被摧毀的標籤,所以我filpside標籤)

粵劇對 POLYPHON
 
 
 

Polyphon – Grammophon與德國相關的另一種罕見的標籤,使用相同的編號為興登堡和塔。
通常美妙的粵式綏觀塘聖歌唱這裡。 (劉勵超)

在中國的第一個錄音發生在1903年在上海舉行,由Fred Gaisberg監督。他在第一次錄製會議的意見:

“他們對音樂的想法是tremdous的衝突和爆炸:鼓,三雙巨大的鑼鼓,一雙的slappers,一種班卓琴,喜歡風笛的聲音有些簧片樂器,和歌手大呼小叫的協助下,他們所謂的音樂留聲機。“
“第一天,10條記錄後,我們不得不停止。因此癱瘓的喧囂我魂飛魄散,我想不出。“
Gaisberg了在中國超過 300錄音。
(從 Gaisberg的自傳所報附註中的全方位CD“雨香蕉樹下​​降

2)北平戲曲記錄
一個經典的北平劇
 
 
 

我第一次聽到中國戲曲,我真的很震驚。我已經聽到了很多不同尋常的音樂,但沒有從西方的音樂概念似乎進一步。我知道我立刻被吸引住了,不得不考慮這東西 … …

我很快就了解到,中國戲曲有兩種主要類型,而且我在這裡談論的78轉時代,北平歌劇院(又名北京或北京)和粵劇。北平歌劇是多一點“古典”,而廣式多一點“民間”。這是很好的,要記住,在中國戲曲音樂的歷史,這是或多或少,他們的戲劇,民俗,音樂於一身,是一項長期而複雜的故事,回去數百年。我絕對沒有資格作出任何明確的陳述,哪些風格是年齡較大或影響的糾結 webwork的。

北平戲劇,這是什麼標記,通常這個紀錄是由一個喜歡小提琴,二胡或京胡的儀器,它的變化之一,和少數其他弦樂器。一般的雜音是提供一個節奏,鑼,鈸,木板等組成部分。唱的是居高不下的聲音,往往由男性表演了一個女人的作用(青衣江),並使用特殊發音的程式化的,過時的話傳唱,。這種風格往往很多將用於陪肢體動作,如雜技,精心設計的打鬥場面,手勢和一般的姿態舞台上的撞擊效果,要遠遠超過粵語野生。

在這裡,然後,是一個非常典型的例子,這種風格的,我猜從 1920年的。在我看來,百代錄在這種風格的最記錄,而其​​他標籤往往記錄更多粵語。

這位歌手是“歌劇之王”,梅蘭芳,國際知名的男歌手青衣江角色而聞名。看電影歡送一些很好的寫照霸王別姬。

在這裡,他唱了他的著名的巴黃某比亞基的序幕,這意味著皇帝巴黃某告別他的姘婦。 (塞內卡感謝翻譯嚼!)

這是一個著名的皇帝誰是沮喪,在他的手下在戰鬥中的損失的奇怪的故事。她自殺,以表達對她的忠君與著名的複雜的,程式化的劍,他的姘婦進行舞蹈,歌劇高潮!

3)潮州戲曲記錄
潮州對寶塔
 

塔是一個偉大的標籤,這是最有可能伴隨著 Polyphon和興登堡的一個子公司德意志- Grammophon。寶塔似乎包括大部分來自中國南方的潮州戲。不幸的是,我打破了雷峰塔的記錄,我想後而試圖得到它的主軸孔太小,轉盤上,以適應 … …所以這是亞軍!

舊蔡寶峰劇團演出。 (劉勵超感謝翻譯。)

寶塔 V 3912a

潮州歌劇從中國南部
 

這裡有一個美麗的催眠潮州晦澀的老虎標籤上的Opera。潮州話是從中國南方的廣東地區的中國方言。潮州音樂,承擔更多的相似性比其他中國戲曲的形式,特別是京劇(其實,這是在泰國錄得按我們的讀者之一,見進一步信息的評論)東南亞音樂。這個記錄是一個很好的例子,測得的節奏和清晰的旋律的潮州風格很少與北京風格的野生撞擊效應,。在18 20世紀有很多移民從廣東到泰國,馬來西亞,新加坡和亞洲其他地區的和健康的潮州歌劇院現場直到最近,在那些地方存在。

老虎

4)福建廈門歌劇院記錄
淘樂器
 

廈門是福建東南部省份,整個台灣海峽。語言和文化是密切相關的台灣。下面是一個淘歌劇上我從來沒有見過的標籤器樂。標籤的名稱翻譯為類似的“鄉村愛情公司”,或者更準確地“Patriotsim”,作為一個 commentor已經注意到如下。音樂聽起來很像歌仔戲(在未來的職位即將)。

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滑動音調
 
 

這裡的一個有趣的富豪之一。中國戲曲通常是在一個創紀錄的2,3或4系列的形式發布,以適應漫長的歌詞。音樂往往是這些系列的每一側上非常相似,經常有微妙的變化或的關鍵轉變,。這就是與這 2個記錄系列的情況下,這是第三部分。前三兩邊幾乎音樂相同,除了第3部分介紹了一些驚人的滑動和顫音。這種影響不僅是在本系列的其他歌曲,我從來沒有聽說過任何其他的中國紀錄!

我不是太肯定富豪的歷史,但它顯然在這個版本的時間,百代之附屬公司。

富豪50002C

來自福建的廈門歌劇院
 

歡迎回來,親愛的讀者,另一個極其晦澀難懂的中國戲曲的劑量。這一次,我們有一個淘大歌劇院對他主人的聲音標籤的例子。淘(又名福建)是一種語言 /方言從中國南方省份福建,鄰國的廣東省,我們上次張貼的潮州戲的起源。淘直接跨越台灣海峽的語言和音樂基本上是相同的。一樣的潮州人,福建人移居到東南亞的許多地方,與他們自己的音樂和語言。這部歌劇風格的形式在該地區仍然流行的今天。

我剛剛發現新的集合,於 2011年10月,我會比較 WITTH我HAVW通過 Google的EXP – LORATIONS COLECTION,我希望茅根土產及COLLATECTORS會幫我TRANLATE和發送威盛COMMR4NT信息我感謝你(議員伊万注)

最終版權博士伊万suwandy 2011

從本地Tionghoa印尼民族的老式傳統中國戲曲記錄
1)中國粵劇香港W.泉,1955年(三角)唱片公司的三個王國。

請哈吉Madji集合生產比較相同的公司,但不同的微量下面:

首先是NUM星標籤的記錄,這個人是混亂敲擊球迷和球員的垃圾可以蓋!在馬背上,標題是大致趙 TZI龍,節省了他的主人。

2)Cninese粵劇進入龍歌劇院

從谷歌的探索與哈吉madji集合比較

龍爭虎鬥

可能是我最喜歡的中國錄音可以發現在哥倫比亞 57000系列。隨著他們的紅色或綠色的標籤和標誌性的龍,這些記錄都充滿美麗的舊時代的粵劇。唯一的問題是尋找他們在體面的條件下,他們很老,似乎總是已經發揮到死亡。這個錄音的一些功能真是太神奇了唱歌。

3)歌劇院的中國皇帝明星唱片公司(請幫我翻譯的中國書法)

4)中國粵劇塔記錄

比較下面哈吉Midji集合
潮州對寶塔
 

塔是一個偉大的標籤,這是最有可能伴隨著 Polyphon和興登堡的一個子公司德意志- Grammophon。寶塔似乎包括大部分來自中國南方的潮州戲。不幸的是,我打破了雷峰塔的記錄,我想後而試圖得到它的主軸孔太小,轉盤上,以適應 … …所以這是亞軍!

舊蔡寶峰劇團演出。 (劉勵超感謝翻譯。)

寶塔 V 3912a

 歌劇國賓記錄

和BEKA記錄

主持人與哈吉Midji集合歌劇多音字下面

粵劇對 POLYPHON
 

Polyphon – Grammophon與德國相關的另一種罕見的標籤,使用相同的編號為興登堡和塔。
通常美妙的粵式綏觀塘聖歌唱這裡。 (劉勵超)

在中國的第一個錄音發生在1903年在上海舉行,由Fred Gaisberg監督。他在第一次錄製會議的意見:

“他們對音樂的想法是tremdous的衝突和爆炸:鼓,三雙巨大的鑼鼓,一雙的slappers,一種班卓琴,喜歡風笛的聲音有些簧片樂器,和歌手大呼小叫的協助下,他們所謂的音樂留聲機。“
“第一天,10條記錄後,我們不得不停止。因此癱瘓的喧囂我魂飛魄散,我想不出。“
Gaisberg了在中國超過 300錄音。
(從 Gaisberg的自傳所報附註中的全方位CD“雨香蕉樹下​​降

從谷歌探索中國戲曲記錄
1)粵劇記錄 Courtecy哈吉馬騎(由大衛介紹)
四個紫VICTORSThe 42000-43000維克多系列包含一些有史以來最不可思議的中國音樂。為主廣東話,許多這些錄音是一邊倒的8000系列,在紐約市和舊金山早在1902年錄得的再版。因為這些在美國出售他們更容易找到這裡,有時吃剩的商店庫存的偉大條件。

這其中有經典粵語的小提琴,班卓琴的聲音,那就是,高胡,三弦聲。

維克托 42126 A1

一個美麗的記錄,具有最終吹中國笛稱為肖,讓人聯想到越南和其他東南亞長笛音樂。

VICTOR 42178 B2

這裡從 20世紀初的又一經典動聽的粵語錄音。這是一個很好的例子從這個維克多系列的典型記錄。

VICTOR 43246 A3

我已決定不來後這張唱片,因為它的非常潦草,但,因為它是我所有的時間最喜歡的勝者記錄和我,因為你必須是一個音樂愛好者勇敢的一群到是擺在首位在這裡,我想通什麼是地獄。享受。

粵語嗩吶器樂
 
 

我總是驚訝於這些記錄可以如何眾聲喧嘩,這裡是一個完美的的例子。一個粵語器樂演奏嗩吶。嗩吶是一種起源於中國北方,並最終用於軍事,婚慶,民樂和戲曲音樂在中國傳播的類型 shawm。它類似於 zurna土耳其和印度shennai,等等。

第二次世界大戰後,世界各地的地方的企業家開始成立自己的唱片公司。青平是許多中國國有標籤,在此期間出​​現,其中許多是在整個東南亞地區的中國移民社區的基礎之一。青坪和Num星(見下文)總部設在舊金山。

青平33

更ORIENTALWelcome從出土的蟲膠任何訪問者!環顧四周,我敢肯定你會發現你有沒有聽說過的東西!

我已經發布了來自東方的記錄和不少粵語記錄的東西,但我只是無法抗拒的共享,這一最新的發現。異界!

NUM Singthe鐵桿哈吉馬騎聽眾可能已經耗盡我所有以前的帖子,經過反复的日常生活listenings,所以今天我會發布一些小型獨立唱片公司在1940年代和50年代的三個不同的記錄。敬請關注,將在七月一個驚喜 … …

首先是NUM星標籤的記錄,這個人是混亂敲擊球迷和球員的垃圾可以蓋!在馬背上,標題是大致趙 TZI龍,節省了他的主人。帕特里克通過的意見“部分中添加這些細節。

黃金之星
 
 

這裡的另一個我從來沒有見過的… …金星來自香港的記錄。這粵語記錄是最有可能從 1940年或1950年初。有趣的是比較粵語音樂風格從早期的記錄,我已經張貼改變 … …聽 Beka,哥倫比亞龍,興登堡等

淘樂器
 

廈門是福建東南部省份,整個台灣海峽。語言和文化是密切相關的台灣。下面是一個淘歌劇上我從來沒有見過的標籤器樂。標籤的名稱翻譯為類似的“鄉村愛情公司”,或者更準確地“Patriotsim”,作為一個 commentor已經注意到如下。音樂聽起來很像歌仔戲(在未來的職位即將)。

潮州開 ODEON
 

據 WordPress博客統計,最常見的的搜索字詞這個博客,帶給人們的是“潮州戲”。因此,這裡有另一種為潮州球迷之一。

一個常見的抱怨是,所有潮州歌劇院的聲音相同的(有一些道理的話),但這個紀錄肯定脫穎而出 … …我不知道該說什麼,除非這是一個非常不尋常的的探空記錄!

標題是氧化鈦牟生童索(民困雪)。

更新:讀者哈維爾李永恩(!和她的媽媽)告訴我們,這裡的號角聲,是一個(或郝頭)這是常用的喀拉陪在軍事或法院場景舞台上的行動。她補充說,這是一個倒閉的劇團從新加坡稱為老撾 GEK Chuong Hiang錄音。她還向他的喀拉了一張照片。她不同意,這是一種罕見的冠冕堂皇的錄音,但我至少有50潮州78,但沒有一個像這樣的聲音。感謝哈維爾!

龍爭虎鬥
 

可能是我最喜歡的中國錄音可以發現在哥倫比亞 57000系列。隨著他們的紅色或綠色的標籤和標誌性的龍,這些記錄都充滿美麗的舊時代的粵劇。唯一的問題是尋找他們在體面的條件下,他們很老,似乎總是已經發揮到死亡。這個錄音的一些功能真是太神奇了唱歌。

(注:這條記錄的“G”的方已被摧毀的標籤,所以我filpside標籤)

粵劇對 POLYPHON
 
 
 

Polyphon – Grammophon與德國相關的另一種罕見的標籤,使用相同的編號為興登堡和塔。
通常美妙的粵式綏觀塘聖歌唱這裡。 (劉勵超)

在中國的第一個錄音發生在1903年在上海舉行,由Fred Gaisberg監督。他在第一次錄製會議的意見:

“他們對音樂的想法是tremdous的衝突和爆炸:鼓,三雙巨大的鑼鼓,一雙的slappers,一種班卓琴,喜歡風笛的聲音有些簧片樂器,和歌手大呼小叫的協助下,他們所謂的音樂留聲機。“
“第一天,10條記錄後,我們不得不停止。因此癱瘓的喧囂我魂飛魄散,我想不出。“
Gaisberg了在中國超過 300錄音。
(從 Gaisberg的自傳所報附註中的全方位CD“雨香蕉樹下​​降

2)北平戲曲記錄
一個經典的北平劇
 
 
 

我第一次聽到中國戲曲,我真的很震驚。我已經聽到了很多不同尋常的音樂,但沒有從西方的音樂概念似乎進一步。我知道我立刻被吸引住了,不得不考慮這東西 … …

我很快就了解到,中國戲曲有兩種主要類型,而且我在這裡談論的78轉時代,北平歌劇院(又名北京或北京)和粵劇。北平歌劇是多一點“古典”,而廣式多一點“民間”。這是很好的,要記住,在中國戲曲音樂的歷史,這是或多或少,他們的戲劇,民俗,音樂於一身,是一項長期而複雜的故事,回去數百年。我絕對沒有資格作出任何明確的陳述,哪些風格是年齡較大或影響的糾結 webwork的。

北平戲劇,這是什麼標記,通常這個紀錄是由一個喜歡小提琴,二胡或京胡的儀器,它的變化之一,和少數其他弦樂器。一般的雜音是提供一個節奏,鑼,鈸,木板等組成部分。唱的是居高不下的聲音,往往由男性表演了一個女人的作用(青衣江),並使用特殊發音的程式化的,過時的話傳唱,。這種風格往往很多將用於陪肢體動作,如雜技,精心設計的打鬥場面,手勢和一般的姿態舞台上的撞擊效果,要遠遠超過粵語野生。

在這裡,然後,是一個非常典型的例子,這種風格的,我猜從 1920年的。在我看來,百代錄在這種風格的最記錄,而其​​他標籤往往記錄更多粵語。

這位歌手是“歌劇之王”,梅蘭芳,國際知名的男歌手青衣江角色而聞名。看電影歡送一些很好的寫照霸王別姬。

在這裡,他唱了他的著名的巴黃某比亞基的序幕,這意味著皇帝巴黃某告別他的姘婦。 (塞內卡感謝翻譯嚼!)

這是一個著名的皇帝誰是沮喪,在他的手下在戰鬥中的損失的奇怪的故事。她自殺,以表達對她的忠君與著名的複雜的,程式化的劍,他的姘婦進行舞蹈,歌劇高潮!

3)潮州戲曲記錄
潮州對寶塔
 

塔是一個偉大的標籤,這是最有可能伴隨著 Polyphon和興登堡的一個子公司德意志- Grammophon。寶塔似乎包括大部分來自中國南方的潮州戲。不幸的是,我打破了雷峰塔的記錄,我想後而試圖得到它的主軸孔太小,轉盤上,以適應 … …所以這是亞軍!

舊蔡寶峰劇團演出。 (劉勵超感謝翻譯。)

寶塔 V 3912a

潮州歌劇從中國南部
 

這裡有一個美麗的催眠潮州晦澀的老虎標籤上的Opera。潮州話是從中國南方的廣東地區的中國方言。潮州音樂,承擔更多的相似性比其他中國戲曲的形式,特別是京劇(其實,這是在泰國錄得按我們的讀者之一,見進一步信息的評論)東南亞音樂。這個記錄是一個很好的例子,測得的節奏和清晰的旋律的潮州風格很少與北京風格的野生撞擊效應,。在18 20世紀有很多移民從廣東到泰國,馬來西亞,新加坡和亞洲其他地區的和健康的潮州歌劇院現場直到最近,在那些地方存在。

老虎

4)福建廈門歌劇院記錄
淘樂器
 

廈門是福建東南部省份,整個台灣海峽。語言和文化是密切相關的台灣。下面是一個淘歌劇上我從來沒有見過的標籤器樂。標籤的名稱翻譯為類似的“鄉村愛情公司”,或者更準確地“Patriotsim”,作為一個 commentor已經注意到如下。音樂聽起來很像歌仔戲(在未來的職位即將)。

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滑動音調
 
 

這裡的一個有趣的富豪之一。中國戲曲通常是在一個創紀錄的2,3或4系列的形式發布,以適應漫長的歌詞。音樂往往是這些系列的每一側上非常相似,經常有微妙的變化或的關鍵轉變,。這就是與這 2個記錄系列的情況下,這是第三部分。前三兩邊幾乎音樂相同,除了第3部分介紹了一些驚人的滑動和顫音。這種影響不僅是在本系列的其他歌曲,我從來沒有聽說過任何其他的中國紀錄!

我不是太肯定富豪的歷史,但它顯然在這個版本的時間,百代之附屬公司。

富豪50002C

來自福建的廈門歌劇院
 

歡迎回來,親愛的讀者,另一個極其晦澀難懂的中國戲曲的劑量。這一次,我們有一個淘大歌劇院對他主人的聲音標籤的例子。淘(又名福建)是一種語言 /方言從中國南方省份福建,鄰國的廣東省,我們上次張貼的潮州戲的起源。淘直接跨越台灣海峽的語言和音樂基本上是相同的。一樣的潮州人,福建人移居到東南亞的許多地方,與他們自己的音樂和語言。這部歌劇風格的形式在該地區仍然流行的今天。

我剛剛發現新的集合,於 2011年10月,我會比較 WITTH我HAVW通過 Google的EXP – LORATIONS COLECTION,我希望茅根土產及COLLATECTORS會幫我TRANLATE和發送威盛COMMR4NT信息我感謝你(議員伊万注)

最終版權博士伊万suwandy 2011

 
 
 
 

The Vintage  Traditional Chinese Opera Record found from Native Tionghoa Indonesia  Ethnic

1) the Chinese Cantonese  Opera of Three kingdom  by Hong W.Quan, 1955(Sam Kok ) record label.

please compare with Haji Madji collections produce by the same inc but different tittle below:

First up is a record on the Num Sing label, This one is for fans of chaotic percussion and players of trash can lids!  The title is roughly General Zhao Tzi Lung, on Horseback, Saves his Master.

2)Cninese Cantonese Opera Enter The Dragon Opera

compare with haji madji collections from google explorations

ENTER THE DRAGON

 

columbia-57700.jpg

Possibly my favorite Chinese recordings can be found in the Columbia 57000 series. With their red or green labels and iconic dragon, these records are full of beautiful old time Cantonese opera. The only problem is finding them in decent condition, they are quite old and always seem to have been played to death. This recording features some really amazing singing.

3)The Opera Of Chinese emperor by Ming Sing Record Label (please help me to translate the chinese calligraphy)

4) Chinese cantonese Opera Pagoda Record

compare with haji Midji collections below

 

pagoda-v-3912-part-3.jpg

Pagoda was a great label that was most likely a subsidiary Deutsche-Grammophon along with Polyphon and Hindenburg. Pagoda seems to consist mostly of Teochew Opera from southern China. Unfortunately, I broke the Pagoda record I wanted to post while trying to get it’s too small spindle hole to fit on the turntable…so this is the runner up!

Performed by the Old Choy Bo Fung troupe. (thanks to Patrick Lau for translation.)

PAGODA V 3912a

 Opera Odeon record

and BEKA Record 

compere with haji Midji collections Opera Polyphone below

 

polyphon-v490.jpg

Another rare label associated with Deutsche-Grammophon, Polyphon uses the same numbering as Hindenburg and Pagoda.
Typically wonderful Cantonese style singing here by Lum Kwun San. (Thanks to Patrick Lau)

The first recordings in China took place in 1903 in Shanghai and were supervised by Fred Gaisberg. His observations on the first recording session:

“Their idea of music is a tremdous clash and bang: with the assistance of a drum, three pairs of huge gongs, a pair of slappers, a sort of banjo, some reed instruments which sound like bagpipes, and the yelling of the singer, their so-called music was recorded on Gramophone.”
“On the first day, after making ten records we had to stop. The din had so paralyzed my wits I could not think.”
Gaisberg went to make over 300 hundred recordings in China.
(From Gaisberg’s autobiography as quoted in the notes to the Rounder cd “Rain Dropping on the Banana Tree

Chinese Opera record from google Explorations

1)Cantonese Opera record Courtecy Haji Maji (introduced  by David)

FOUR PURPLE VICTORSThe 42000-43000 Victor series contains some of the most incredible Chinese music ever recorded. Predominately Cantonese, many of these recordings are reissues from the one sided 8000 series which were recorded in New York City and San Francisco as early as 1902. Because these were sold in the United States they are easier to find here, sometimes in great condition as leftover store stock.

This one has the classic Cantonese fiddle-banjo sound, that is, gaohu-sanxian sound.

VICTOR 42126 A1

A beautiful recording featuring the end blown Chinese flute called Xiao, reminiscent of Vietnamese and other Southeast Asian flute music.

VICTOR 42178 B2

Here’s another classic sounding Cantonese recording from the early 20th Century. This is a good example of the typical record from this Victor series.

VICTOR 43246 A3

I had decided not to post this recording because it’s pretty scratchy, but because it’s one of my all time favorite Victor records and I because you must be an intrepid bunch of music lovers to be here in the first place, I figured what the hell. Enjoy.

 
 

I’m always amazed at how cacophonous these Chinese records can be and here’s a perfect example. A  Cantonese instrumental played on the suona. The suona is a type of shawm that originated in Northern China and eventually spread across China for use in military, wedding, folk and opera music. It’s similar to the Turkish zurna and the Indian shennai, among  others.

After World War II, local entrepreneurs around the world started setting up their own record companies. Tsing Ping is one of the many Chinese-owned labels that emerged in this period, many of which were based in Chinese immigrant communities throughout Southeast Asia. Tsing Ping and Num Sing (see below) were based in San Francisco.

TSING PING 33

MORE ORIENTALWelcome to any visitors from Excavated Shellac! Have a look around, I’m sure you’ll find something you haven’t heard before!

I’ve already posted something from Oriental Records and quite a few Cantonese records, but I just couldn’t resist sharing this recent find. Otherworldly!

Num Singthe hardcore Haji Maji listeners have probably worn out all my previous postings through repeated daily listenings, so today I will be posting THREE different records from some small independent labels of the 1940′s and 50′s. Stay tuned, there will be a few surprises in July…

First up is a record on the Num Sing label, This one is for fans of chaotic percussion and players of trash can lids!  The title is roughly General Zhao Tzi Lung, on Horseback, Saves his Master. Thanks to Patrick for adding these details via the comments section.

 
 

Here’s another one I’ve never seen before….Golden Star Records from Hong Kong. This Cantonese record is most likely from the 1940′s or early 1950′s. It’s interesting to compare the way the Cantonese musical style has changed from the earlier records I’ve posted…listen to the Beka, Columbia dragon, Hindenburg, etc.

 

Amoy is in the Southeastern province of Fujian, across the strait from Taiwan. The language and culture are closely related to that of Taiwan. Here’s an Amoy Opera instrumental on a label I’ve never seen before. The name of the label translates as something like “Country Love Company”, or maybe more accurately “Patriotsim”, as one commentor has noted below . The music sounds very much like Taiwanese Opera (coming soon in a future post).

 
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According to the WordPress Blog statistics, the most common search term that brings people to this blog is “Teochew Opera”. So here’s another one for the Teochew fans out there.

A common complaint is that all Teochew Opera sounds the same (which has some truth to it) but this record certainly stands out …I’m not sure what to say except that this is a very unusual sounding record!

The title is Tio Mou Seng Tong Sok (Man Trapped in Snow).

UPDATE: Reader Javier Li Yong-En (and her Mom!) informs us that the trumpet sound here is a Har To (or Hao Tou) which is commonly used to accompany onstage action in military or court scenes. She adds that this is a recording by a defunct opera troupe from Singapore called Lao Gek Chuong Hiang. She also sends a photo he took of the Har To. She disagrees that this is an uncommon sounding recording, but I have at least 50 Teochew 78′s but not a single one sounds like this. Thanks Javier!

 
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Possibly my favorite Chinese recordings can be found in the Columbia 57000 series. With their red or green labels and iconic dragon, these records are full of beautiful old time Cantonese opera. The only problem is finding them in decent condition, they are quite old and always seem to have been played to death. This recording features some really amazing singing.

(note: The “G” side of this record had a destroyed label, so I’m showing the filpside label)

 
 
 
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Another rare label associated with Deutsche-Grammophon, Polyphon uses the same numbering as Hindenburg and Pagoda.
Typically wonderful Cantonese style singing here by Lum Kwun San. (Thanks to Patrick Lau)

The first recordings in China took place in 1903 in Shanghai and were supervised by Fred Gaisberg. His observations on the first recording session:

“Their idea of music is a tremdous clash and bang: with the assistance of a drum, three pairs of huge gongs, a pair of slappers, a sort of banjo, some reed instruments which sound like bagpipes, and the yelling of the singer, their so-called music was recorded on Gramophone.”
“On the first day, after making ten records we had to stop. The din had so paralyzed my wits I could not think.”
Gaisberg went to make over 300 hundred recordings in China.
(From Gaisberg’s autobiography as quoted in the notes to the Rounder cd “Rain Dropping on the Banana Tree

2) Peiping Opera record

 
 
 
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The first time I heard Chinese Opera I was really shocked. I’ve listened to a lot of unusual music, but nothing seemed further from the western concept of music. I knew I was hooked immediately and had to look into this stuff…

I soon learned that there are two main types of Chinese Opera, and I’m talking about the 78 rpm era here, Peiping Opera (aka Peking or Beijing) and Cantonese Opera. Peiping Opera is a bit more “classical” while Cantonese style is a bit more “folk”. It’s good to keep in mind that the history of opera music in China, which was more or less their theater, folklore, and music all rolled into one, is a long and complicated story going back hundreds of years. I’m definitely not qualified to make any definitive statements about which style is older or the tangled webwork of influences.

Peiping Drama, which is what this record is labeled as, usually consists of a fiddle-like instrument called Erhu or Jinghu, or one of the variations on it, and a handful of other stringed instruments. The general cacophony is provided by a rhythm section consisting of gongs, cymbals, woodblocks and such. The singing is in an unnaturally high voice, often sung by men performing the role of a woman (qingyi) and using stylized, archaic words with special pronunciation. This style tends to be much more wild than the Cantonese, with a lot of percussive effects that would be used to accompany physical action on stage such as acrobatics, elaborate fight scenes, hand gestures and general posturing.

Here, then, is a pretty typical example of this style, I’m guessing from the 1920′s. It seems to me that Pathe recorded the most records in this style while other labels tended to record more Cantonese.

The singer is the “Opera King”, Mei Lan Fang, the internationally famous male singer known for qingyi roles. See the film Farewell My Concubine for some nice depiction of this.

Here he sings the prelude to his famous Ba Hwang Bia Gei, meaning Emperor Ba Hwang Bids Farewell to his Concubine. (thanks to Seneca Chew for translation!)

This is the strange story of a famous emperor who is despondent over the loss of his men in battle. The opera culminates with a famously complicated, stylized sword dance performed by his concubine as she commits suicide to express her loyalty to the emperor!

3)Teochew Opera record

 

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Pagoda was a great label that was most likely a subsidiary Deutsche-Grammophon along with Polyphon and Hindenburg. Pagoda seems to consist mostly of Teochew Opera from southern China. Unfortunately, I broke the Pagoda record I wanted to post while trying to get it’s too small spindle hole to fit on the turntable…so this is the runner up!

Performed by the Old Choy Bo Fung troupe. (thanks to Patrick Lau for translation.)

PAGODA V 3912a

 

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Here’s a beautiful and hypnotic Teochew Opera on the obscure Tiger label. Teochew is a Chinese dialect from the Guangdong region of Southern China. The Teochew music bears more resemblance to Southeast Asian music than other Chinese opera forms, especially the Peking opera (in fact, this was recorded in Thailand according to one of our readers, see comments for further info). This record is a great example of the measured rhythm and clear melody of the Teochew style, with little of the wild percussive effects of the Peking style. During the 18th-20th centuries there was much emigration from Guangdong into Thailand, Malaysia, Singapore and elsewhere in the region and a healthy Teochew Opera scene existed in those places until recently.

TIGER

4)Fujian Amoy Opera Record

 

Amoy is in the Southeastern province of Fujian, across the strait from Taiwan. The language and culture are closely related to that of Taiwan. Here’s an Amoy Opera instrumental on a label I’ve never seen before. The name of the label translates as something like “Country Love Company”, or maybe more accurately “Patriotsim”, as one commentor has noted below . The music sounds very much like Taiwanese Opera (coming soon in a future post).

>Ai-Guo (Patriotic) 5318a

 
 
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Here’s an interesting one on Regal. Chinese opera was usually released in the form of a 2, 3 or 4 record series to accommodate the lengthy lyrics. The music tends to be very similar on each side of these series, often with subtle variations or key shifts. Such is the case with this 2 record series, of which this is the third part. The first three sides are almost musically identical except part 3 introduces some amazing sliding and tremolo. Not only is this effect not on the other songs in this series, I’ve never heard it on any other Chinese record!

I’m not too sure about the history of Regal, but it’s obviously a subsidiary of Pathe at the time of this release.

REGAL 50002C

 
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Welcome back, Dear Reader, for another dose of of exceedingly obscure Chinese Opera. This time we have an example of Amoy Opera on the His Master’s Voice label. Amoy (aka Hokkien) is a language/dialect from the Southern Chinese province of Fujian, which neighbors the Guangdong province, the origin of our last posting of Teochew Opera. Amoy is directly across the strait from Taiwan and the language and music are basically the same. Like the Teochew people, the Fujian people emigrated to many parts of Southeast Asia, taking their music and language with them. Forms of this opera style are still popular in the region today.

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The Scout Postal History(sample)

 

 

 

 

 

MUSEUM DUNIA MAYA DR IWAN S.

Dr IWAN ‘S CYBERMUSEUM

 THE FIRST INDONESIAN CYBERMUSEUM

  MUSEUM DUNIA MAYA PERTAMA DI INDONESIA

   DALAM PROSES UNTUK MENDAPATKAN SERTIFIKAT MURI

     PENDIRI DAN PENEMU IDE

      THE FOUNDER

    Dr IWAN SUWANDY, MHA

                     

The Driwan’s  Cybermuseum

                    

(Museum Duniamaya Dr Iwan)

Showroom :

 

The Scout Postal history

Created By

Dr Iwan suwandy,MHA

Limited private edition in CD_ROM

 

A.Baden Powell Mafeking stamps

a.There were two stamps issue in 1900:

1.Baden Powell Profile

2.Baden Powel on bicycles

B,Vintage Baden Powell Postcard

 

 

 

 

 

B.Thailand Scout Fund Overprint Stamps

A visit by Lord Baden-Powell to Siam [Thailand] prior to 1920 resulted in the most enthusiastic support of Scouting by King Rama VI who became the first president of the Siamese Boy Scout Association. In an effort to tax the people for the cost of Scouting, three different “overprints”, were made upon existing supplies of nineteen different stamps honoring their kings.

Known as the “Wild Tiger Corps” the overprinting in 1920 shows the heads of tigers and the wording in Siamese and English of “Scout’s Fund,” part of the postage payment going to the Scout movement.

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1921




 
   

 The Siam(Thailand) have issued three edition overprint with different type:

(1) type one

(2)type two

(3)type three

 

What were the different between the three types and how to check the original  or fake overprint  and the scout postal history after World War II exist in CD_ROM but only for premium member,please subscribe via comment.

Robert Baden-Powell, 1st Baron Baden-Powell

 
 
22 February 1857 (1857-02-22) – 8 January 1941 (1941-01-09) (aged 83)
Robert Baden-Powell
Founder of Scouting
Nickname B-P
Place of birth Paddington, London, England
Place of death Nyeri, Kenya
Service/branch British Army
Years of service 1876–1910
Rank Lieutenant-General
Commands held Chief of Staff, Second Matabele War (1896–1897)
5th Dragoon Guards in India (1897)
Inspector General of Cavalry, England (1903)
Battles/wars Anglo-Ashanti Wars,
Second Matabele War,
Siege of Mafeking,
Second Boer War
Awards Ashanti Star (1895),[1]
Matabele Campaign, British South Africa Company Medal (1896),[2]
Queen’s South Africa Medal (1899),[3]
King’s South Africa Medal ( 1902),[4]
Boy Scouts Silver Wolf
Boy Scouts Silver Buffalo Award (1926),[5]
World Scout Committee Bronze Wolf (1935),[6]
Großes Dankabzeichen des ÖPB (1927)
Großes Ehrenzeichen der Republik am Bande (1931)
Goldene Gemse (1931)
Grand-Cross in the Order of Orange-Nassau (1932),
Order of Merit (1937),
Wateler Peace Prize (1937)
Order of St Michael and St George,
Royal Victorian Order,
Order of the Bath
Other work Founder of the international Scouting Movement; writer; artist
Signature

Robert Stephenson Smyth Baden-Powell, 1st Baron Baden-Powell, OM, GCMG, GCVO, KCB (play /ˈbdən ˈp.əl/; 22 February 1857 – 8 January 1941), also known as B-P or Lord Baden-Powell, was a lieutenant-general in the British Army, writer, and founder of the Scout Movement.

After having been educated at Charterhouse School, Baden-Powell served in the British Army from 1876 until 1910 in India and Africa. In 1899, during the Second Boer War in South Africa, Baden-Powell successfully defended the town in the Siege of Mafeking. Several of his military books, written for military reconnaissance and scout training in his African years, were also read by boys. Based on those earlier books, he wrote Scouting for Boys, published in 1908 by Pearson, for youth readership. During writing, he tested his ideas through a camping trip on Brownsea Island with the local Boys’ Brigade and sons of his friends that began on 1 August 1907, which is now seen as the beginning of Scouting.

After his marriage to Olave St Clair Soames, Baden-Powell, his sister Agnes Baden-Powell and notably his wife actively gave guidance to the Scouting Movement and the Girl Guides Movement. Baden-Powell lived his last years in Nyeri, Kenya, where he died and was buried in 1941.

Contents

 Early life

Baden-Powell was born as Robert Stephenson Smyth Powell, or more familiarly as Stephe Powell, at 6 Stanhope Street (now 11 Stanhope Terrace), Paddington in London, on 22 February 1857.[7] He was named for his godfather, Robert Stephenson, the railway and civil engineer;[8] his third name was his mother’s maiden name. His father Reverend Baden Powell, a Savilian Professor of Geometry at Oxford University, already had four teenage children from the second of his two previous marriages. On 10 March 1846 at St Luke’s Church, Chelsea, Reverend Powell married Henrietta Grace Smyth (3 September 1824 – 13 October 1914), eldest daughter of Admiral William Henry Smyth and 28 years his junior. Quickly they had Warington (early 1847), George (late 1847), Augustus (1849) and Francis (1850). After three further children who died when very young, they had Stephe, Agnes (1858) and Baden (1860). The three youngest children and the often ill Augustus were close friends. Reverend Powell died when Stephe was three, and as tribute to his father and to set her own children apart from their half-siblings and cousins, the mother changed the family name to Baden-Powell. Subsequently, Stephe was raised by his mother, a strong woman who was determined that her children would succeed. Baden-Powell would say of her in 1933 “The whole secret of my getting on, lay with my mother.”[7][9][10]

After attending Rose Hill School, Tunbridge Wells, during which his favourite brother Augustus died, Stephe Baden-Powell was awarded a scholarship to Charterhouse, a prestigious public school. His first introduction to Scouting skills was through stalking and cooking game while avoiding teachers in the nearby woods, which were strictly out-of-bounds. He also played the piano and violin, was an ambidextrous artist, and enjoyed acting. Holidays were spent on yachting or canoeing expeditions with his brothers.[7]

 Military career

In 1876, R.S.S. Baden-Powell, as he styled himself then, joined the 13th Hussars in India with the rank of lieutenant. He enhanced and honed his military scouting skills amidst the Zulu in the early 1880s in the Natal province of South Africa, where his regiment had been posted, and where he was Mentioned in Despatches. During one of his travels, he came across a large string of wooden beads, worn by the Zulu king Dinizulu, which was later incorporated into the Wood Badge training programme he started after he founded the Scouting Movement. Baden-Powell’s skills impressed his superiors and he was Brevetted Major as Military Secretary and senior Aide-de-camp of the Commander-in-Chief and Governor of Malta, his uncle General Sir Henry Augustus Smyth.[7] He was posted in Malta for three years, also working as intelligence officer for the Mediterranean for the Director of Military Intelligence.[7] He frequently travelled disguised as a butterfly collector, incorporating plans of military installations into his drawings of butterfly wings.[11]

Baden-Powell returned to Africa in 1896 to aid the British South Africa Company colonials under siege in Bulawayo during the Second Matabele War.[12] This was a formative experience for him not only because he had the time of his life commanding reconnaissance missions into enemy territory in Matobo Hills, but because many of his later Boy Scout ideas took hold here.[13] It was during this campaign that he first met and befriended the American scout Frederick Russell Burnham, who introduced Baden-Powell to the American Old West and woodcraft (i.e., scoutcraft), and here that he wore his signature Stetson campaign hat and kerchief for the first time.[7] After Rhodesia, Baden-Powell took part in a successful British invasion of Ashanti, West Africa in the Fourth Ashanti War, and at the age of 40 was promoted to lead the 5th Dragoon Guards in 1897 in India.[14] A few years later he wrote a small manual, entitled Aids to Scouting, a summary of lectures he had given on the subject of military scouting, to help train recruits. Using this and other methods he was able to train them to think independently, use their initiative, and survive in the wilderness.

Baden-Powell was accused of illegally executing a prisoner of war, Matabele chief Uwini, in 1896, who had been promised his life would be spared if he surrendered. Uwini was shot by firing squad under Baden-Powell’s instructions. Baden-Powell was cleared by an inquiry, and later claimed he was “released without a stain on my character”.

Baden-Powell returned to South Africa prior to the Second Boer War and was engaged in further military actions against the Zulus. By this time, he had been promoted to be the youngest colonel in the British Army. He was responsible for the organisation of a force of Legion of Frontiersmen to assist the regular army. While arranging this, he was trapped in the Siege of Mafeking, and surrounded by a Boer army, at times in excess of 8,000 men. Although wholly outnumbered, the garrison withstood the siege for 217 days. Much of this is attributable to cunning military deceptions instituted at Baden-Powell’s behest as commander of the garrison. Fake minefields were planted and his soldiers were ordered to simulate avoiding non-existent barbed wire while moving between trenches.[15] Baden-Powell did most of the reconnaissance work himself.[16] In one instance noting that the Boers had not removed the rail line, Baden-Powell loaded an armoured locomotive with sharpshooters and successfully sent it down the rails into the heart of the Boer encampment and back again in a strategic attempt to decapitate the Boer leadership.

Baden-Powell on patriotic postcard in 1900

Contrary views of Baden-Powell’s actions during the Siege of Mafeking pointed out that his success in resisting the Boers was secured at the expense of the lives of the native African soldiers and civilians, including members of his own African garrison. Pakenham stated that Baden-Powell drastically reduced the rations to the natives’ garrison.[17] However, in 2001, after subsequent research, Pakenham decidedly retreated from this position.[7][18]

During the siege, a cadet corps, consisting of white boys below fighting age, was used to stand guard, carry messages, assist in hospitals and so on, freeing the men for military service. Although Baden-Powell did not form this cadet corps himself, and there is no evidence that he took much notice of them during the Siege, he was sufficiently impressed with both their courage and the equanimity with which they performed their tasks to use them later as an object lesson in the first chapter of Scouting for Boys. The siege was lifted in the Relief of Mafeking on 16 May 1900. Promoted to major-general, Baden-Powell became a national hero.[19] After organising the South African Constabulary, the national police force, he returned to England to take up a post as Inspector General of Cavalry in 1903. In 1907 he was appointed to command a division in the newly-formed Territorial Force.[20]

In 1910 Lieutenant-General Baden-Powell decided to retire from the Army reputedly on the advice of King Edward VII, who suggested that he could better serve his country by promoting Scouting.[21][22]

On the outbreak of World War I in 1914, Baden-Powell put himself at the disposal of the War Office. No command was given him, for, as Lord Kitchener said: “he could lay his hand on several competent divisional generals but could find no one who could carry on the invaluable work of the Boy Scouts.”[23] It was widely rumoured that Baden-Powell was engaged in spying, and intelligence officers took great care to inculcate the myth.[24]

 

Scouting movement

Pronunciation of Baden-Powell
/ˈbdən ˈp.əl/
Man, Nation, Maiden
Please call it Baden.
Further, for Powell
Rhyme it with Noel

—Verse by B-P

On his return from Africa in 1903, Baden-Powell found that his military training manual, Aids to Scouting, had become a best-seller, and was being used by teachers and youth organisations.[25] Following his involvement in the Boys’ Brigade as Brigade Secretary and Officer in charge of its scouting section, with encouragement from his friend, William Alexander Smith, Baden-Powell decided to re-write Aids to Scouting to suit a youth readership. In August 1907 he held a camp on Brownsea Island for twenty-two boys from local Boys Brigade companies and sons of friends of Baden-Powell’s from public schools Eton and Harrow to test out the applicability of his ideas. Baden-Powell was also influenced by Ernest Thompson Seton, who founded the Woodcraft Indians. Seton gave Baden-Powell a copy of his book The Birch Bark Roll of the Woodcraft Indians and they met in 1906.[26][27] The first book on the Scout Movement, Baden-Powell’s Scouting for Boys was published in six instalments in 1908, and has sold approximately 150 million copies as the fourth best-selling book of the 20th century.[28]

Reviewing the Boy Scouts of Washington D.C. from the portico of the White House: Baden-Powell, President Taft, British ambassador Bryce (1912)

Boys and girls spontaneously formed Scout troops and the Scouting Movement had inadvertently started, first as a national, and soon an international obsession. The Scouting Movement was to grow up in friendly parallel relations with the Boys’ Brigade. A rally for all Scouts was held at Crystal Palace in London in 1909, at which Baden-Powell discovered the first Girl Scouts. The Girl Guide Movement was subsequently founded in 1910 under the auspices of Baden-Powell’s sister, Agnes Baden-Powell. Baden-Powell’s friend, Juliette Gordon Low, was encouraged by him to bring the Movement to America, where she founded the Girl Scouts of the USA.

In 1920, the 1st World Scout Jamboree took place in Olympia, and Baden-Powell was acclaimed Chief Scout of the World. Baden-Powell was created a Baronet in the 1921 New Year Honours and Baron Baden-Powell, of Gilwell, in the County of Essex, on 17 September 1929, Gilwell Park being the International Scout Leader training centre.[29] After receiving this honour, Baden-Powell mostly styled himself “Baden-Powell of Gilwell”.

Three Scouting pioneers: Robert Baden-Powell (seated), Ernest T. Seton (left), and Dan Beard (right)

In 1929, during the 3rd World Scout Jamboree, he received as a present a new 20 horse power Rolls-Royce car (chassis number GVO-40, registration OU 2938) and an Eccles Caravan.[30] This combination well served the Baden-Powells in their further travels around Europe. The caravan was nicknamed Eccles and is now on display at Gilwell Park. The car, nicknamed Jam Roll, was sold after his death by Olave Baden-Powell in 1945. Jam Roll and Eccles were reunited at Gilwell for the 21st World Scout Jamboree in 2007. Recently it has been purchased on behalf of Scouting and is owned by a charity, B-P Jam Roll Ltd. Funds are being raised to repay the loan that was used to purchase the car.[30][31] Baden-Powell also had a positive impact on improvements in youth education.[32] Under his dedicated command the world Scouting Movement grew. By 1922 there were more than a million Scouts in 32 countries; by 1939 the number of Scouts was in excess of 3.3 million.[33]

At the 5th World Scout Jamboree in 1937, Baden-Powell gave his farewell to Scouting, and retired from public Scouting life. 22 February, the joint birthday of Robert and Olave Baden-Powell, continues to be marked as Founder’s Day by Scouts and Thinking Day by Guides to remember and celebrate the work of the Chief Scout and Chief Guide of the World.

In his final letter to the Scouts, Baden-Powell wrote:

…I have had a most happy life and I want each one of you to have a happy life too. I believe that God put us in this jolly world to be happy and enjoy life. Happiness does not come from being rich, nor merely being successful in your career, nor by self-indulgence. One step towards happiness is to make yourself healthy and strong while you are a boy, so that you can be useful and so you can enjoy life when you are a man. Nature study will show you how full of beautiful and wonderful things God has made the world for you to enjoy. Be contented with what you have got and make the best of it. Look on the bright side of things instead of the gloomy one. But the real way to get happiness is by giving out happiness to other people. Try and leave this world a little better than you found it and when your turn comes to die, you can die happy in feeling that at any rate you have not wasted your time but have done your best. ‘Be Prepared’ in this way, to live happy and to die happy — stick to your Scout Promise always — even after you have ceased to be a boy — and God help you to do it.[34]

 

Personal life

In January 1912, Baden-Powell met Olave St Clair Soames, on the ocean liner, Arcadian, heading for New York to start one of his Scouting World Tours.[35][36] She was 23, while he was 55; they shared the same birthday, 22 February. They became engaged in September of the same year, causing a media sensation due to Baden-Powell’s fame. To avoid press intrusion, they married in secret on 31 October 1912, at St Peter’s Church in Parkstone.[37] The Scouts of England each donated a penny to buy Baden-Powell a wedding gift, a car (note that this is not the Rolls-Royce they were presented with in 1929). There is a monument to their marriage inside St Mary’s Church, Brownsea Island.

Baden-Powell and Olave lived in Pax Hill near Bentley, Hampshire from about 1919 until 1939.[38] The Bentley house was a gift of her father.[39] Directly after he had married, Baden-Powell began to suffer persistent headaches, which were considered by his doctor to be of psychosomatic origin and treated with dream analysis.[7] The headaches disappeared upon his moving into a makeshift bedroom set up on his balcony.

Baden-Powell with wife and three children, 1917

The Baden-Powells had three children, one son and two daughters, who all acquired the courtesy title of “The Honourable” in 1929 as children of a baron. The son succeeded his father in 1941 to the Baden-Powell barony and the title of Baron Baden-Powell.[29]

  • Arthur Robert Peter (Peter), later 2nd Baron Baden-Powell (1913–1962). He married Carine Crause-Boardman in 1936, and had three children: Robert Crause, later 3rd Baron Baden-Powell; David Michael (Michael), current heir to the titles, and Wendy.
  • Heather (1915–1986), who married John King and had two children: Michael, who died in the sinking of SS Heraklion, and Timothy;
  • Betty (1917–2004), who married Gervas Charles Robert Clay in 1936 and had a daughter: Gillian, and three sons: Robin, Nigel and Crispin.

In addition, when Olave’s sister Auriol Davidson née Soames died in 1919, Olave and Robert took her three nieces, Christian (1912–1975), Clare (1913–1980), and Yvonne, (1918–1995?), into their family and brought them up as their own children.[40]

In 1939, he and his wife moved to a cottage he had commissioned in Nyeri, Kenya, near Mount Kenya, where he had previously been to recuperate. The small one-room house, which he named Paxtu, was located on the grounds of the Outspan Hotel, owned by Eric Sherbrooke Walker, Baden-Powell’s first private secretary and one of the first Scout inspectors.[7] Walker also owned the Treetops Hotel, approx 17 km out in the Aberdare Mountains, often visited by Baden-Powell and people of the Happy Valley set. The Paxtu cottage is integrated into the Outspan Hotel buildings and serves as a small Scouting museum.

Baden-Powell died on 8 January 1941 and is buried in Nyeri, in St. Peter’s Cemetery[41] His gravestone bears a circle with a dot in the centre, which is the trail sign for “Going home”, or “I have gone home”:[42] When his wife Olave died, her ashes were sent to Kenya and interred beside her husband. Kenya has declared Baden-Powell’s grave a national monument.[43]

Personal beliefs

A World War I propaganda poster drawn by Baden-Powell

Tim Jeal, who wrote the biography Baden-Powell, argues that Baden-Powell’s distrust of communism led to his implicit support, through naïveté, of fascism. In 1939 Baden-Powell noted in his diary: “Lay up all day. Read Mein Kampf. A wonderful book, with good ideas on education, health, propaganda, organisation etc. – and ideals which Hitler does not practise himself.”[7]:550 Baden-Powell admired Benito Mussolini early in the Italian fascist leader’s career.

Some very early Scouting “Thanks” badges had a swastika symbol on them.[44] According to biographer Michael Rosenthal, Baden-Powell used the swastika because he was a Nazi sympathiser. Jeal, however, argues that Baden-Powell was naïve of the symbol’s growing association with fascism and maintained that his use of the symbol related to its earlier, original meaning of “good luck” in Sanskrit, for which purpose the symbol had been used for centuries prior to the rise of fascism. In conflict with the idea that Powell was a Nazi supporter is the fact that Baden-Powell was a target of the Nazi regime in the Black Book, which listed individuals who were to be arrested during and after an invasion of Great Britain as part of Operation Sea Lion. Scouting was regarded as a dangerous spy organisation by the Nazis.[45] Baden-Powell used the swastika as a “Thanks” badge for the Scout Movement well before Hitler used it, and when Hitler did start to use it, Baden-Powell ceased to use it. Previously, the swastika had been used by Rudyard Kipling as a logo on his books.

Artist and writer

Baden-Powell made paintings and drawings almost every day of his life. Most have a humorous or informative character.[7] He published books and other texts during his years of military service both to finance his life and to educate his men.[7]

Baden-Powell was regarded as an excellent storyteller. During his whole life he told ‘ripping yarns’ to audiences.[7] After having published Scouting for Boys, Baden-Powell kept on writing more handbooks and educative materials for all Scouts, as well as directives for Scout Leaders. In his later years, he also wrote about the Scout Movement and his ideas for its future. He spent the last decade of his life in Africa, and many of his later books had African themes. Currently, many pages of his field diary, complete with drawings, are on display at the National Scouting Museum in Irving, Texas.

Sexuality

Early discussion of Baden-Powell’s sexuality focused on his relationship with his close friend Kenneth McLaren.[46]:217–218[47]:48 Tim Jeal’s later biography discusses the relationship and concludes that there is no conclusive evidence that this friendship was physical[7]:82. Jeal then examines Baden-Powell’s views on women, his appreciation of the male form, his military relationships and his marriage, indicating that Baden-Powell could be a repressed homosexual.[7]:103 Jeal’s conclusion is shared by some biographers and disputed by others, but not yet examined in any detail by scholars.[48]:6

 

 Works

Military books
  • 1884: Reconnaissance and Scouting
  • 1885: Cavalry Instruction
  • 1889: Pigsticking or Hoghunting
  • 1896: The Downfall of Prempeh
  • 1897: The Matabele Campaign
  • 1899: Aids to Scouting for N.-C.Os and Men
  • 1900: Sport in War
  • 1901: Notes and Instructions for the South African Constabulary
  • 1914: Quick Training for War
Scouting books
Other books
  • 1905: Ambidexterity (co-authored with John Jackson)
  • 1915: Indian Memories
  • 1915: My Adventures as a Spy[51]
  • 1916: Young Knights of the Empire: Their Code, and Further Scout Yarns[52]
  • 1921: An Old Wolf’s Favourites
  • 1927: Life’s Snags and How to Meet Them
  • 1933: Lessons From the Varsity of Life
  • 1934: Adventures and Accidents
  • 1936: Adventuring to Manhood
  • 1937: African Adventures
  • 1938: Birds and beasts of Africa
  • 1939: Paddle Your Own Canoe
  • 1940: More Sketches Of Kenya
Sculpture
  • 1905 John Smith[53]

Cover of second part of Scouting for Boys, January 1908

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Statue of Baden-Powell by Don Potter in front of Baden-Powell House in London

Memorial to Baden-Powell, “Chief Scout of the World”, at Westminster Abbey

In 1937 Baden-Powell was appointed to the Order of Merit, one of the most exclusive awards in the British honours system, and he was also awarded 28 decorations by foreign states, including the Grand Officer of the Portuguese Order of Christ,[54] the Grand Commander of the Greek Order of the Redeemer (1920),[55] the Commander of the French Légion d’honneur (1925), the First Class of the Hungarian Order of Merit (1929), the Grand Cross of the Order of the Dannebrog of Denmark, the Grand Cross of the Order of the White Lion, the Grand Cross of the Order of the Phoenix, and the Order of Polonia Restituta.

The Silver Wolf Award worn by Robert Baden-Powell is handed down the line of his successors, with the current Chief Scout, Bear Grylls wearing this original award.

The Bronze Wolf Award, the only distinction of the World Organization of the Scout Movement, awarded by the World Scout Committee for exceptional services to world Scouting, was first awarded to Baden-Powell by a unanimous decision of the then International Committee on the day of the institution of the Bronze Wolf in Stockholm in 1935. He was also the first recipient of the Silver Buffalo Award in 1926, the highest award conferred by the Boy Scouts of America.

In 1927, at the Swedish National Jamboree he was awarded by the Österreichischer Pfadfinderbund with the “Großes Dankabzeichen des ÖPB.[56]:113

In 1931 Baden-Powell received the highest award of the First Austrian Republic (Großes Ehrenzeichen der Republik am Bande) out of the hands of President Wilhelm Miklas.[56]:101 Baden-Powell was also one of the first and few recipients of the Goldene Gemse, the highest award conferred by the Österreichischer Pfadfinderbund.[57]

In 1931, Major Frederick Russell Burnham dedicated Mount Baden-Powell[58] in California to his old Scouting friend from forty years before.[59][60] Today their friendship is honoured in perpetuity with the dedication of the adjoining peak, Mount Burnham.[61]

Baden-Powell was nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize on numerous occasions, including 10 separate nominations in 1928.[62]

As part of the Scouting 2007 Centenary, Nepal renamed Urkema Peak to Baden-Powell Peak

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THE POSTAL HISTORY OF RARE OVERPRIN STAMPS

 

THE POSTAL HISTORY OF RARE OVERPRINT STAMPS

CREATED BY

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The Rare Overprint stamp

Postal history

Overprints

Overprints on world wide stamps

PART A

A. (overprint): South Australia, officials (1868-74) [Architect]

PART C

CORPS EXPEDITIONNAIRE FRANCO-ANGLAIS CAMEROON (overprint): Gabon- French-British occupation of Cameroons

PART G

G.R..I

G.R.I. (overprint on stamps of German New Guinea): New Britain (1914-15) [Georgius Rex Imperator (George, King and Emperor)].

PART I

I.R.

I.R. OFFICIAL (overprint): Great Britain, officials (1882-1904) [Inland Revenue].

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THE AFRICA POSTAL HISTORY INFORMATIONS PART ONE

 

 

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THE CORPS EXPEDITIONNARE FRANCHO-ANGLAISE CAMOEROUN OVERPRINT

Cameroons (British Occupation)

 

British and French forces occupied the country during FWW and issue German Kamerun Yacht types with overprint of CEF and British currency value. The British section became Southern Cameroons and was administered as part of Nigeria until 1960 when it rejoined Cameroun (the former French section) after a plebiscite.

 

Dates 
1915 only
Currency 
12 pence = 1 shilling; 20 shillings = 1 pound

 

Refer 
British Occupation Issues

 

 

 

Cameroun

 

The German colony of Kamerun was occupied by French and British forces during World War I. Southern Cameroons became part of Nigeria but the remainder was administered by France until 1960 as Cameroun.

 

During the FWW occupation period, the French issued stamps of Gabon overprinted Corps Expeditionnaire Franco–Anglais CAMEROUN; and stamps of Middle Congo overprinted CAMEROUN Occupation Francaise. After the war, the Middle Congo stamps were simply overprinted CAMEROUN. The first issues specifically for Cameroun were produced in 1925. Cameroun became an independent republic in 1960 and, following a plebiscite, Southern Cameroons was reunited with it.

 

Dates 
1915 –
Capital 
Yaounde
Currency 
100 centimes = 1 franc

 

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The Rare Ottoman and Orientalis Art Work Collections Part TWO

 

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The Ceramic and Art Work Collections Part II

Introductions

 

Many visitor of Dr iwan cybermuseum were asked where I best sold my collections, for them I will show another  two ceramic and artwork collections  auctions :

first the Cristie”s London Auction  Ottoman ands Orientalis

 

second the auction Chriesties HongkongJewellary and watch

 

Only the rare collections  still bought by the collectors,

1.the ceramic from Ottoman Empire

estimate value 300.000,- poundsterling

estimate value 12.000.-poundsterling

 

 

 

2.The Orientalis  old painting

 

 

 

 

estimate value 230.000.-poundsterling

3.The Orientalis old Sabre

estimate value 30.000,-poundsterling

4.orientalis wooden artwork

estimate value 8000,-poundsterling

estimate value 7000,-poundsterling

5.Jewels

6.Rare watch

7.Jewellary and  Jaddate

 

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