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Taler du Salzburgerisk

Taler og forstår du Salzburgerisk? Måske ikke… det gør ikke noget for her er et lille sprogkursus – hentet fra nettet – ordforklaringen er på engelsk

Salzburgerisch – ABC Explanation
Aperschnalzen Tradition in the southwestern Alpine Foothills during which big whips are rhythmically snapped in order to awaken the fertility of the fields (Easter season)
Bleaml Flower
Deitsches Eck Deutsches Eck – area stretching from the Pinzgau region to the state capital of Salzburg and Bavaria, or the area connecting Salzburg – Kufstein – Bavaria
Eachtling / Easchdöpfö Potato
Faxn mochn Joke around
Griaß enk Familiar welcome greeting
heier This year
Innergebirg Inner-mountain areas
Jausn light meal
kraxln climbing
Lausa rascal
mir we
nochand then, afterwards
Oawaschl ear
Pfiat enk / di / eana say goodbye
rar rare, unusual
schatzn chat
Schafaufbratln traditional meal of roast mutton served in the Lungau region especially during the autumn
Soizburga Nockaln Salzburger Nockerl – traditional Salzburg dessert
tummln hurry
ummadum all around
vakutzn almost choke while swallowing and subsequently cough like crazy
wiff bright, intelligent
znaxt recently

Duften af… Østrig – del 2

Som en forlængelse af forrige indlæg, fortsætter jeg her med mere om The Sound of Music, da jeg stødte på noget mere om filmen og byen Salzburg i går på nettet.

I Salzburg er der lavet en guidet tour rundt for at se der, hvor filmen er blevet optaget – teksten er på engelsk og er igen ‘klippet’ fra – turen tager ca. 4 timer og der er 2 ture hver dag.

Sound of Music Tour
Tour 1A: As seen in the Movie!
A wonderful ride with breathtaking views of the landscape where the opening scenes were filmed. Relax and listen to the original Sound of Music soundtrack. Our English-speaking guide not only shows you the highlights of the film ‘Sound of Music’ but also the historical and architectural landmarks in the city, as well as a part of the picturesque lake district.

Mirabell Gardens
The Mirabell Gardens were laid out in the 18th century. Maria and the children were seen dancing around the statue of Pegasus, the winged horse, and throughout the gardens singing ‘Do-Re-Mi’.

Leopoldskron Castle

The front side of the castle was used as the Trapp family home, the children were boating on the Leopoldskron Lake and fell into the water. The Venetian room was copied from the castle and used as the ballroom.

Hellbrunn Castle

This hunting castle was built in the early 17th century by Prince-Archbishop Markus Sittikus. In the gardens the glass pavillion was reconstructed for the pleasure of those fans still returning after 30 years.

Nonnberg Abbey
Nonnberg Abbey is the oldest convent in the German speaking part of Europe. Maria was a novice there. The baron and Maria were married here in 1927. The scenes for the movie made here include the opening with the nuns going to Mass and Maria coming too late.

St.Gilgen and Lake Wolfgang
Scenery shown at the beginning of the movie was filmed at Lake Fuschl on the way to St. Gilgen. Like the Mozart family, visitors from all over the world appreciate the beautiful village in the Salzkammergut.

Wedding Church Mondsee
In Mondsee Cathedral the film wedding between Julie Andrews as Maria and Christopher Plummer as the Baron took place.


Desuden fandt jeg en liste med steder, hvor den dejlige film er optaget – den er på tysk

“The Sound of Music” wurde 1965 an Originalschau-plätzen in Stadt und Land Salzburg gedreht, die Sie heute besuchen können.

Originalschauplatz Filmszene
Untersberg Eröffnungszene und bei der Flucht
Wasserschloss Anif Eröffnungszene
Mondsee Maria rennt über die Hügel zum Stift Mondsee
Stift Mondsee Hochzeitsszene mit Maria und Baron von Trapp
St. Gilgen Schafsbergszene
Fuschlsee Luftbild
Stift Nonnberg, Salzburg Die Nonnen singen “Maria”
Schloss Mirabell, Mirabellgarten, die Mozartbrücke und das “M32” am Mönchsberg, Salzburg Maria und die Kinder singen “Do-Re-Mi”
Residenzplatz, Salzburg Maria ist auf dem Weg vom Nonnberg Kloster zur Trapp Villa und singt “I have confidence in me”
Felsenreitschule, Salzburg Baron von Trapp singt “Edelweiß”, die Familie singt im Film das Abschiedslied
Friedhof St. Peter, Salzburg Fluchtszenen
Schloss Leopoldskron, Salzburg Die seeseitige Fassade wurde als Trapp Villa verwendet
Schloss Frohnburg, Salzburg Wurde auch für Außenaufnahmen der Trapp Villa verwendet
Hellbrunn, Salzburg Im Park von Schloss Hellbrunn befindet sich heute der Sound of Music Pavillon, der für die Dreharbeiten bei Schloss Leopoldskron aufgestellt wurde. Hier wurden diverse Liebesszenen wie “16 going on 17” gefilmt.
Burg Hohenwerfen, St. Wolfgang Weitere Szenen


Duften af… Østrig – del 1

Man kan ikke lade være med at tænke på filmen The Sound of Music, når man taler om Østrig, Salzburg og Salzburgerland. Jeg kommer ind på dette emne, da Saalbach – som er mit rejsemål denne sommer – ligger i Salzburgerland.

I går sad jeg lige og læste lidt på nettet om Salzburg og Salzburgerland især, og ‘stødte’ på en masse om filmen The Sound of Music som er optaget i Salzburg og Salzburgerland, teksten er på engelsk og er ‘klippet’ fra siden –

“The Sound of Music” – A True Story
A family story which is known around the world:
Maria von Trapp, born as one of seven children from the first marriage of Georg von Trapp from the Erlenhof in Thumersbach (Zell-am-See), just recently celebrated her 90th birthday in Stowe.

The movie is based on true events: Maria von Kutschera was born in Vienna and an aspiring novitiate at the Benedictine Nonnberg Convent in Salzburg. The abbess, however, sent her out to serve as a governess for the widowed Baron Georg Ritter von Trapp, where she would look after his seven children. Not long afterwards, Maria became the baron’s wife, forming a family choir at the beginning of the 1930’s. While they were still in Austria, they made numerous concert appearances.

After Austria’s annexation by Germany in 1938, the family was forced to flee and became dependant on their musical activities as their sole source of income. This allowed them to get a foothold in the USA, where they subsequently bought a farm in Stowe (Vermont) which they developed over the years into the “Trapp Family Lodge” – a hotel which is still doing well to this day.

“The Sound of Music” – Worldwide Success
Even to this day, “The Sound of Music” is one of the most shown movies in history (standing right alongside “Gone with the Wind” and “Terminator”). And its popular song, “Edelweiss”, was the most sold single in musical history after Bing Crosby’s “White Christmas”. 

A worldwide movie success, from Australia to Zimbabwe

Three of every four American tourists cite “The Sound of Music” as the main reason for their trip to Austria. Korean youngsters learn songs from the movie in their English classes, Dutch magazines put on trips for their readers to visit the movie’s major shooting venues, while TV stations from Australia to Zimbabwe regularly broadcast the movie to this very day at either Christmas, Easter or New Year’s.

“The Sound of Music” – 5-time Oscar Winner
Included in the 1965 nominees for “Best Picture” were such famous names as “Doctor Zhivago” and “Ship of Fools”.
But the Oscar (along with 4 others) went to the film adaptation of Rogers & Hammerstein’s musical, “The Sound of Music”.
5 Oscars for the year’s “Best Picture” in 1965!
Double Oscar-winner, Robert Wise, brought the still very young Julie Andrews to Salzburg, in order to film the true story of the Von Trapp Family at the place where the original events had unfolded – this after the same material had already achieved worldwide success as a Broadway musical.

juni 2023

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