Golden Harp

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The Golden Harp (Dutch: Gouden Harp) is awarded annually to Dutch musicians for their entire oeuvre. Golden Harps have been awarded 42 times. 149 different persons or (musical) groups have had the honour of receiving the award which is considered to be one of the most important prizes in Dutch music.

Background[edit]

The awards were first presented in 1962

The prize is intended for a musician's entire oeuvre. The website of Buma Cultuur states the following: "Considered for this award are persons who have made themselves particularly meritorious for Dutch light music throughout their careers."[i][1]

Apart from 1963 and 1964 award ceremonies were held every year since the first presentation in 1962. The winners are selected by a different jury each year, usually in February. Buma Cultuur also presents the Zilveren Harp award, which is given to promising Dutch musical talent and the Buma Export Award for acts which are successful abroad.

List of winners[edit]

George Baker, 1976 winner
Gerard Cox, 1989 winner
Normaal, 1992 winner
The Scene, 1996 winner
Rowwen Hèze, 1998 winner.
Stef Bos, two-time winner (1999 and 2000)
Belinda Meuldijk, 2001 winner
Bløf, 2002 winner
Guus Meeuwis, 2005 winner
Herman Finkers, 2006 winner
DJ Tiësto, 2007 winner
Winners of the Golden Harp
Year Winner Dates Profession Notes
1962 Delden, Ferry vanFerry van Delden 1892–1965 broker, journalist and songwriter [2]
Groot, Hugo deHugo de Groot 1897–1986 composer and conductor [3]
1964 Geveke, RineRine Geveke 1915–2006 producer [4]
Praag, Max vanMax van Praag 1913–1991 singer [5]
Weren, Lex vanLex van Weren 1920–1996 trumpeter and conductor [6]
Bess, JackJack Bess - poet and songwriter [7]
1965 Christiani, EddyEddy Christiani 1918- composer, guitarist, singer and songwriter [8]
Silberman, BenedictBenedict Silberman 1901–1971 composer, musician and singer [9]
1966 Arie Maasland 1908–1980 composer and musician [10]
Bob Scholte 1902–1983 singer [11]
1967 Annie M.G. Schmidt 1911–1995 writer (books, drama, musicals, plays, poems, songs)
Harry Bannink 1929–1999 arranger, composer and pianist
Joop de Leur 1900–1973 composer and jazz pioneer [12]
1968 Corry Brokken 1932- judge, presenter and singer
Wim Ibo 1918–2000 comedian, historian, producer and writer [ii][13]
Michel van der Plas 1927- journalist, poet and writer [14]
Herman Tholen 1921–1993 comedian [15]
1969 Conny Stuart 1913- comedian, musical star and singer [16]
Jules de Corte 1924–1996 composer, pianist, poet and singer
Harry de Groot 1920–2004 accordionist, arranger, composer, conductor and pianist [17]
Jack Millar 1928–1999 discographer [18]
Cor Smit 1916- producer [19]
1970 Jack Bulterman 1909–1977 arranger, composer, conductor and songwriter [20]
Pieter Goemans 1925–2000 composer [21]
Robbie van Leeuwen 1944- composer, guitarist, producer and singer [22]
Lennaert Nijgh 1945–2002 songwriter [23]
Jelle de Vries 1922–1999 comedian, singer and songwriter [24]
A.J.G. Strengholt - music expert, jury member of Conamus [7]
1971 Jasperina de Jong 1938- actress, comedian and singer [25]
Guus Vleugel 1932–1998 dramatist and songwriter [26]
Eli Asser 1922- songwriter [27]
Bert Paige - arranger, composer, musician and producer [28]
Julius Susan - - -
1972 Nico Boer 1932-2009 singer (tenor) -
Johnny Jordaan 1924–1989 singer [29]
Cor Lemaire 1908–1981 composer, conductor and pianist [ii][30]
Marinus van ‘t Woud - - -
Willy van Hemert 1912–1993 actor, comedian, director and songwriter [31]
1973 Willy Alberti 1926–1985 singer [32]
The Cats 1965–1994 pop group [33]
Henk Elsink - comedian [34]
Boudewijn de Groot 1944- actor and troubadour [35]
1974 Hans van Hemert 1945- producer and songwriter
Joop Stokkermans 1937–2012 composer, pianist and producer [36]
Paul van Vliet 1935- singer [37]
Rolf ten Kate - - -
1975 Han Dunk - - -
Gerrit den Braber 1929–1997 composer, producer and songwriter [38]
Rogier van Otterloo 1941–1988 composer and conductor [39]
Zangeres zonder Naam 1919–1998 singer [40]
1976 Adèle Bloemendaal 1933- actress, comedian and singer [41]
George Baker Selection 1967- pop group [42]
Herman van Veen 1945- actor, composer, director, painter and songwriter [43]
1977 Conny Vandenbos 1937–2002 singer [44]
André van Duin 1947- comedian, singer and songwriter [45]
Peter Koelewijn 1940- deejay, producer and singer [46]
1978 Harrie Geelen 1939- animator, illustrator, film director, translator, poet and writer [47]
Pierre Kartner 1935- composer, producer and singer [48]
Henry Mildenberg 1913–2005 writer, Conamus staff member [49][50][51]
1979 Willem Duys
Toon Hermans
The Ramblers
Gerard van Krevelen
1980 Earth & Fire
Ramses Shaffy
1981 Willeke Alberti
Tonny Eyk
Willem van Kooten
1982 Ruud Bos
B.Z.N.
Rob de Nijs
1983 Florie Anstadt (Kinderen voor Kinderen)
Golden Earring
Johnny Hoes
Laurens van Rooyen
1984 Jaap Eggermont
Robert Long
1985 Martine Bijl
Ivo de Wijs
Gerard Stellaard
1986 Bolland & Bolland
Seth Gaaikema
Herman Stok
Pi Vèriss
1987 Jos Brink
Mieke Telkamp
Hans Vermeulen
Willem Wilmink
1988 Annie de Reuver
Flairck
Herman Brood
1989 Gerard Cox
The Nits
Henk Temming & Henk Westbroek
Harry van Hoof
1990 Corry Konings
Erik van der Wurff
Jan Boerstoel
Frank Boeijen
1991 Drs. P (Heinz Polzer)
Margriet Eshuys
1992 Jenny Arean
Anita Meyer
Normaal
Hans van Eijck
1993 Peter van Asten
De Dijk
Joop van den Ende
1994 Jurre Haanstra
André Hazes
Karin Bloemen
René Froger
1995 Paul de Leeuw
Benny Neyman
Metropole Orkest
Henny Vrienten
1996 Youp van 't Hek
Ruth Jacott
John de Mol sr.
The Scene
1997 Jochem Fluitsma & Eric van Tijn
Freek de Jonge
Liesbeth List
Mathilde Santing
1998 Roy Beltman
Marco Borsato
John Ewbank
Willem Nijholt
Rowwen Hèze
1999 Eddy de Clercq
Fay Lovsky
Stef Bos
Rini Schreijenberg & Emile Hartkamp
2000 Stef Bos
2001 De Kast
Belinda Meuldijk
2002 Anouk
Acda & De Munnik
Bløf
Simone Kleinsma 1958- singer, (musical)actrice, presentor and comedian -
2003 Frans Bauer
Hans Dorrestijn
Trijntje Oosterhuis
2004 Jan Akkerman
Lenette van Dongen
Friso Wiegersma
2005 Brigitte Kaandorp 1962- comedian [52][53]
Guus Meeuwis 1972- singer, composer [53][54]
Ferry Maat 1947- dee jay, producer [53][55]
2006 Louis van Dijk 1941- pianist [56][57]
Herman Finkers 1954- comedian [57][58]
Harry Muskee 1941- blues singer [57][59]
Willem van Beusekom 1947–2006 music expert [iii][57][60]
2007 Ilse de Lange 1977- singer [61][62]
Tiësto 1969- dee jay [62][63]
Candy Dulfer 1969- alto saxophonist [62][64]
2008 Krezip
Gerard van Maasakkers
Jan Smit
Within Temptation
2009 Armin van Buuren
Jaap Buys
Wende Snijders
2010 Nick & Simon
Tony Berk
VanVelzen
Kane

Notes[edit]

  • i The phrase "Considered for this award are persons who have made themselves particularly meritorious for Dutch light music throughout their careers." is a translation of the Dutch phrase "Voor de Gouden Harp komen personen in aanmerking die zich gedurende hun carrière op bijzondere wijze verdienstelijk hebben gemaakt voor de Nederlandse lichte muziek."[1]
  • ii Cor Lemaire and Wim Ibo returned their awards in response to the eleventh edition in 1975 after a Gouden Harp had been awarded to Mary Servaes-Bey (better known by her stage name Zangeres Zonder Naam).[65]
  • iii Received award posthumously.[57]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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