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Dutch Renaissance And Golden Age Literature - Literature of The Dutch Golden Age - The Prince of Poets
... The first work of one of the best-known of all Dutch writers, Joost van den Vondel (1587–1679), was Het Pascha ("The Passover", 1612), a tragedy on the Exodus of the people of ... after the death of that great poet that Vondel appeared before the public with a second tragedy ... Vondel became in a week the most famous writer in Holland and for the next twelve years, until the accession of stadtholder Frederick Henry, Vondel had to ...
Cornelis Thymenszoon Padbrué - Works
... He also composed theatre music for the plays of Joost van den Vondel ... from the round "'O Kerstnacht! schoonder dan de dagen", from Vondel's tragedy Gjisbrecht van Amstel is attributed to Padbrué ... and Paul) from 1647, also on a text by Vondel ...
Joost Van Den Vondel - Biography
... Joost van den Vondel was born on 17 November 1587 in the Große Witschgasse in Cologne, Holy Roman Empire ... At the age of 23, Vondel married Mayken de Wolff ... After the death of his father in 1608, Vondel managed the family hosiery shop on the Warmoesstraat in Amsterdam ...
Joost Van Den Vondel
... Joost van den Vondel (, 17 November 1587 – 5 February 1679) was a Dutch writer and playwright ... Vondel stayed productive until a very old age ...
Vondelpark - History - 19th Century
... the park opened, in 1867, a statue of writer and playwright Joost van den Vondel was placed in the park ... As a result people started to call the park "Vondelspark" (English "Vondel's Park") ... Adriaan Heineken was denied to open a bar in the park, so he built the Bierhuis Vondel (English "Beer House Vondel") in the street next to the park, what is now Vondelstraat 41 ...