COMPLETE [NL] Kleine Inez by Reinier van Genderen Stort-hok

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COMPLETE [NL] Kleine Inez by Reinier van Genderen Stort-hok

Post by lezer » Tue 24. Nov 2015, 23:24

Kleine Inez by Reinier van Genderen Stort (*1886- †1942)

This project is now complete! All audio files can be found on our catalog page: http://legamus.eu/blog/?p=854
Peter, de ongewenste zoon uit een voorname familie, groeit na zijn moeders zelfmoord, als hij zes jaar oud is, op bij een wereldvreemde tante in Arnhem. Een toevallige ontmoeting met het jonge meisje Inez, een jaar of tien later, heeft een grote invloed op zijn leven. Deze Bildungsroman speelt zich voornamelijk af in de eerste twee decennia van de 20ste eeuw, tot aan de uitbraak van de Eerste Wereldoorlog.
Volgens recensent Menno ter Braak, in 1925: "Kleine Inez is geen kroniek van feitelijkheden, waarvan volledigheid kan worden gevergd, maar een mythe van het leven, die toevallig niet Prometheus tot onderwerp heeft, maar twee Arnhemse mensen."
Van Genderen Stort leefde als kind in Arnhem, en verwerkte zijn indrukken uit die tijd in dit boek. Sinds 1917 was hij volledig blind tgv syfilis, dus de vele beeldende beschrijvingen komen geheel uit zijn herinneringen. ’Kleine Inez' werd bij het verschijnen in 1925 bekroond door de C.W. van der Hoogt-prijs, toegekend door de Maatschappij der Nederlandsche Letterkunde, en wordt vaak gerekend tot het klassieke Nederlandse literaire canon, hoewel het bij veel mensen onbekend is.
(Samenvatting door Anna Simon)
Text source: http://www.dbnl.org/tekst/gend001klei01_01/ (please only read from this text!)

Prooflistener: Tlaloc

How to claim a chapter?
Choose a chapter that has no reader assigned yet. Click on POSTREPLY at the bottom of this page to answer to this topic.

Magic Window


Intro, Outro and Disclaimer for CC0:
At the beginning of each file please say:
[Section number] van Kleine Inez van Reinier van Genderen Stort. Deze Legamus opname mag vrij verspreid en gebruikt worden. Gelezen door Anna Simon.

[Chapter title]

At the end of each section please say:
Einde van [Section number]
(if you wish: Read by [your name]**)
At the end of the project please say additionally:
"Einde van Kleine Inez van Reinier van Genderen Stort. Voor meer informatie, of om je aan te melden als vrijwilliger, ga naar Legamus.eu"

**Please add your name at the beginning or the end, not in both places.

About recording:
Set your recording software to:
Channels: 1 (Mono)
Bit Rate: 128 kbps
Sample Rate: 44.1 kHz

Please leave 5 seconds silence at the end of your recording, or 10 seconds for files longer than 30 minutes!

Save files as:
128 kbps MP3
kleineinez_##_vangenderenstort.mp3
(all lower-case) where ## is your section number.
(shorten the first part of the filename if too long!)

Add the following tags to your .mp3 file (how you do this depends on which software you use - if you are unsure about ID3 tags, please ask). Please mind upper and lower case!

Title: ## - [Section title]
Artist: Reinier van Genderen Stort
Album: Kleine Inez
Genre: Speech
Track Number: Section Number (if sections are numbered from 1, section +1, if sections are numbered from 0)

How to upload your file:
Use http://upload.legamus.eu/ (MC/BC will provide login-info for you).
When your file is uploaded, you will get a link. Please post the link here.

And now?
Please check for new posts in this thread until your section has been prooflistened.

Happy recording :)

------------for your MC -----------------------------------
Wiki author: https://nl.wikipedia.org/wiki/Reinier_v ... eren_Stort
Wiki translator:
Wiki book: http://no
published: 1925 / [language: Dutch]
category: novel / Tags: Arnhem
username: [your name] / no homepage
Section: 16 / preface: 0 / License: CC0
temporary headlines

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List of files:
01 - Hoofdstuk I, deel 1 // 28:15 // http://upload.legamus.eu/simple/files/L ... nstort.mp3
02 - Hoofdstuk I, deel 2 // 28:25 // http://upload.legamus.eu/simple/files/L ... nstort.mp3
Last edited by lezer on Sat 2. Jan 2016, 21:45, edited 4 times in total.
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Re: solo [DUTCH] Kleine Inez by Reinier van Genderen Stort

Post by lezer » Tue 24. Nov 2015, 23:25

I'd like to start a new solo in Dutch. This is a full-length novel.

The author's last name is "Van Genderen Stort".
I will be able to write a better summary after I've read the whole book.
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Re: solo [DUTCH] Kleine Inez by Reinier van Genderen Stort

Post by Tlaloc » Wed 25. Nov 2015, 12:56

Hello Anna,
Maybe, you will need a DPL to listen to this important book. I did not know Kleine Inez, but reading a few pages, I am interested to read and listen to the whole book, so, if ... then...
It seems to be a very long text, but in fact the pages are only half-filled, thus it is not sooo long.
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Re: solo [DUTCH] Kleine Inez by Reinier van Genderen Stort

Post by lezer » Wed 25. Nov 2015, 20:08

Hi Herman,
I was hoping you would stop by! I would love you to be the DPL again. Thank you.
Anna
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Re: solo [DUTCH] Kleine Inez by Reinier van Genderen Stort

Post by Tlaloc » Fri 27. Nov 2015, 06:17

Thank you Anna,
I will keep an eye on the magic window and try to follow your reading.closely.
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Re: solo [DUTCH] Kleine Inez by Reinier van Genderen Stort -

Post by Hokuspokus » Fri 27. Nov 2015, 08:03

Hi Anna,

I'm your MC for this project. The MW is ready and I've just sent a PM with to password to you an Herman.

We move to Readers Found.

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Re: solo [DUTCH] Kleine Inez by Reinier van Genderen Stort -

Post by lezer » Fri 27. Nov 2015, 08:44

Thank you!
I can have fun with it this weekend ;)
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Re: solo [DUTCH] Kleine Inez by Reinier van Genderen Stort -

Post by lezer » Sat 28. Nov 2015, 18:51

01 - Hoofdstuk I, deel 1 // 28:15 // http://upload.legamus.eu/simple/files/L ... nstort.mp3
02 - Hoofdstuk I, deel 2 // 28:25 // http://upload.legamus.eu/simple/files/L ... nstort.mp3

Here are the first two sections, Herman. I've been PM-ing with Hokuspokus, because I'm having trouble to get into the MW - so for the time being, I'm going to post files in the thread, and at the bottom of the first post. Sorry for the inconvenience.
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Re: solo [DUTCH] Kleine Inez by Reinier van Genderen Stort -

Post by lezer » Sun 29. Nov 2015, 12:26

Problems with MW fixed - to celebrate, there is a new section available, track 3!
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Post by Tlaloc » Sun 29. Nov 2015, 16:08

Thank you Anna for the new PW. The first section is perfect. I am somewhat anxious about the development of the story.
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Re: solo [DUTCH] Kleine Inez by Reinier van Genderen Stort -

Post by lezer » Sun 29. Nov 2015, 23:35

Added section 4 and 5.

Thanks, Herman. I'm afraid the story is not very cheerful, no - but it has some beautiful descriptions.
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Re: solo [DUTCH] Kleine Inez by Reinier van Genderen Stort -

Post by Tlaloc » Thu 3. Dec 2015, 18:06

Hello Anna,
I listened to the 5 sections. Apart from a detail in section 3. they are ok (and read with great sensitivity)
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Re: solo [DUTCH] Kleine Inez by Reinier van Genderen Stort -

Post by lezer » Sat 5. Dec 2015, 16:49

Hi Herman,
Thank you! I've fixed section 3 by recording the 2 sentences again - don't know exactly what happened, I expect I made a mistake during editing...
I've decided to leave the word in section 4 as it is.

And I've added 2 more sections for PL.
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Post by Tlaloc » Wed 16. Dec 2015, 10:37

All sections are PL OK

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Post by lezer » Sun 20. Dec 2015, 17:09

Bedankt!

Next chapter is ready, in 4 sections.
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Re: solo [DUTCH] Kleine Inez by Reinier van Genderen Stort -

Post by lezer » Sat 2. Jan 2016, 11:38

Hello Herman and Hokuspokus,
Best wishes for the new year!

I've added the final 3 sections to the MW. Herman, no hurry, there's no deadline.

I'll be working to improve the summary text.
Hokuspokus, I've tried my hand at a picture - first time I've done that... I'll PM you a dropbox link - could you take a look to see whether it would be OK?
Thank you both!
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Re: solo [DUTCH] Kleine Inez by Reinier van Genderen Stort -

Post by Hokuspokus » Sat 2. Jan 2016, 12:12

The cover is very nice!

But unfortunately I'm not so sure about the copyright. They don't tell who tuck the photo, so we can't be sure. Probably it comes from a private collection and was originally not meant to be published. In this case (original photographer dead for more then 70 years, picture published afterwards) the publisher gets 30 years exclusive usage. That's why they state so carefully that they have permission from several archives.

Have a look here: http://www.zeno.org/Zeno/0/Suche?&q=rhein&o=i
They have lots of pictures from the river Rhine, lots of old postcards from that time. Unfortunately only one from Arnhem (Arnheim) which would be way to old and wouldn't fit.

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Post by lezer » Sat 2. Jan 2016, 12:21

OK - I will search further.

Meanwhile, here is an updated summary:
Peter, de ongewenste zoon uit een voorname familie, groeit na zijn moeders zelfmoord, als hij zes jaar oud is, op bij een wereldvreemde tante in Arnhem. Een toevallige ontmoeting met het jonge meisje Inez, een jaar of tien later, heeft een grote invloed op zijn leven. Deze Bildungsroman speelt zich voornamelijk af in de eerste twee decennia van de 20ste eeuw, tot aan de uitbraak van de Eerste Wereldoorlog.
Volgens recensent Menno ter Braak, in 1925: "Kleine Inez is geen kroniek van feitelijkheden, waarvan volledigheid kan worden gevergd, maar een mythe van het leven, die toevallig niet Prometheus tot onderwerp heeft, maar twee Arnhemse mensen."
Van Genderen Stort leefde als kind in Arnhem, en verwerkte zijn indrukken uit die tijd in dit boek. Sinds 1917 was hij volledig blind tgv syfilis, dus de vele beeldende beschrijvingen komen geheel uit zijn herinneringen. ’Kleine Inez' werd bij het verschijnen in 1925 bekroond door de C.W. van der Hoogt-prijs, toegekend door de Maatschappij der Nederlandsche Letterkunde, en wordt vaak gerekend tot het klassieke Nederlandse literaire canon, hoewel het bij veel mensen onbekend is.
(Samenvatting door Anna Simon)
Tags: Arnhem, Den Haag, Bildungsroman
Last edited by lezer on Sat 2. Jan 2016, 21:45, edited 1 time in total.
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Re: solo [DUTCH] Kleine Inez by Reinier van Genderen Stort -

Post by lezer » Sat 2. Jan 2016, 18:06

Hi Hokuspokus,

Well, I decided to travel to Arnhem today to make some photographs myself - I don't live very far away, just 15 min by train. It was a very wet, cold and grey day, but that fits with most of the book as a setting (and I have warmed & dried up again since I have got home ;) ). It was a nice adventure to walk through Sonsbeek park, through the city centre and along the Rijn quay, where the book is set a 100 years ago, searching for picture opportunities. Of course, much of the city centre is radically changed (especially after WWII bombardments), so I didn't want to use that.

In the end I've chosen this picture: https://www.dropbox.com/s/zgz14qadqtqs3 ... 2.jpg?dl=0
Probably only people from Arnhem & surroundings will recognize that it is indeed Arnhem, it is a view from Sonsbeek park - but I will know :) .
Of course I donate the photograph to the public domain. Is the technical quality good enough?
Thanks!
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Re: solo [DUTCH] Kleine Inez by Reinier van Genderen Stort -

Post by Hokuspokus » Sun 3. Jan 2016, 07:54

Beautiful photo, very much atmosphere! Great Cover!

I've updated the summary.

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