Through all the rehearsals and performances that inscrutable child ogled us from the portrait on the wall
Peter Clare (the surname is specified because he is not Peter Christian, who
us with his guitar on one song) in the garden behind Domus Felix
Roland and Larry in conversation. Tito, Peter Christian, and Jens fixing the chairs ... the party is imminent.
Peter Christian, Jens, Marvin, Jeff and Bjørn ... setting out tables for 120 diners
Kari Romkes and her French horn, with husband Andrè. Kari was a late addition
to the Palers' Band
and Roland wrote her a horn part for the middle of The Worm and the Tree. Later still we found out
that she was in Denmark only for the Saturday, and TWatT was scheduled only for the Sunday.
Nonetheless Kari and Peter Clare test the brass arrangement ... we recorded it on the
Saturday morning, 19 August,
just to know how nice real brass sounded. On the Sunday evening, Peter played on his own. Still sounded good.
Frederico and Lorenzo Ciccioriccio with tee-shirts, CDs, and BtP hats
The guests are arriving, mostly having walked
the short distance from Ledreborg: and Donna
(the BtP mascot) doles out the lapel tags, individually named in her elegant calligraphy
Procol Harum arrive; Gary talks with fans in the car park at the back of Domus Felix
'The west yet glimmers with some streaks of day'; Jens Hofman, the supremo of
the Ledreborg concerts, talks to fans in the right-hand picture
More pictures from the same camera here
Read all about the Ledreborg concert and the Palers' Revels here
Procol dates in 2006