In Down Under auf den Wiesn Eine Darstellung des Oktoberfestes in Australien

Dorsic, Claudia (2015) In Down Under auf den Wiesn Eine Darstellung des Oktoberfestes in Australien. Jahrbuch Fur Internationale Germanistik, 47 2: 137-143.

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Author Dorsic, Claudia
Title In Down Under auf den Wiesn Eine Darstellung des Oktoberfestes in Australien
Translated title In Down Under the Wiesn A Representation of Oktoberfest in Australia
Language of Title ger
Journal name Jahrbuch Fur Internationale Germanistik
Language of Journal Name ger
ISSN 0449-5233
2235-1280
Publication date 2015-01
Sub-type Article (original research)
Open Access Status Not Open Access
Volume 47
Issue 2
Start page 137
End page 143
Total pages 7
Place of publication Bern, Switzerland
Publisher Peter Lang AG
Collection year 2016
Language ger
Abstract On October 17, 1810 iel signaled the start of the now largest and best known Festival in the world. Five days previously married Ludwig of Bavaria Princess Therese of Saxe-Hildburghausen. In honor of this event was the first horse race in a meadow on the outskirts of Munich instead of. The name of the field was at that time of the bride Princess Therese adopted and since then, Theresienwiese (175 years of the Oktoberfest 1985: 11ff.). A year later, the participants agreed that the festival continues should take indention. The organizer was time the "Farm Club in Bavaria ", so that the horse races and the festival in general as an opportunity served for the exhibition of rural services. The festival was then year for the year as private inanzierte event held, until 1819 then the city Munich and since 1975 the tourist office or the Tourist Office Orga nization took (Hartl 2009: 79) Looking back three Oktoberfest periods are to be recognized (Mohler 1980): In the first half of the 19th century, the first period was to settle and put the king, the horse race, the National Guard and the farmers' output in the foreground. The sociability of beer and Snack was not there, the focus and actually only been common in the early and later celebration. The second period is adjacent Mohler from the second half of the 19th century public to incipient 20th Century. The festival has become increasingly larger and got through more Booths and rides the character of a folk festival - the pleasure was becoming increasingly important and the Agricultural Festival as a separate event celebrated in a separate area. New Erindungen how e.g. electric light illuminated the booths and carousels; always more Showmen were attracted by the hype and the breweries built due to demand large beer tents with bands instead small beer shacks.
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