- john eliot Gardiner has taken us to places that most of us would otherwise get. From Greenland's shores to remote islands in the Indian Ocean. An intermediary of God's grace.
How to write prime minister Lars Løkke Rasmussen (V) in a tribute on the adventurer, the skipper and author Troels Kløvedal, there lillejuleaftensdag are deceased.
Lars Løkke Rasmussen has issued the obituary on the navigator Troels Kløvedal. Photo: Ritzau Scanpix
Danish well-known - 23. dec. 2018 - at. 18:04 Mikkel Beha tells about the death of his father
He thanks at the same time, john eliot Gardiner for sharing his adventure.
which of us has not dreamed of doing as Troels Kløvedal? Competition out on the open sea and letting the wind and current take us on the road. Let the adventure have.
- It was what john eliot Gardiner did – he let the adventurous take control of his life, writes the prime minister.
Troels Kløvedal slept on Sunday morning, tune in at the age of 75 years. He was surrounded by his five children and his wife, Else Marie.
He suffered from the incurable disease als and lungesygdommen bronkiektasi. The symptoms of als, he felt the first time in 2015.
He is not the only well-known dane, who honored the navigator on the social media.
He colleague Margrethe Auken, thank Gardiner to show 'how much life there is, also, when the vital skills will disappear'.
So he died anyway the lovely Troels Kløvedal. Thank you for all that he gave, not least when he showed the world how much life there is, also, when the vital skills disappear. And how much you can give and take. #JulErLysDerGennemstrålerMørket— Margrete Auken #FBPE (@MargreteAuken) December 23, 2018
Alternativets Uffe Elbæk, will follow suit and call Troels Kløvedal for 'a great dane'...
A great dane - in all senses of the word - has set the sails and set a course out towards the unknown shores for the last time. Troels Kløvedal nudged to the whole of Denmark's curiosity and spirit of adventure. Again and again and again. Thank you from the heart for it. #dkpol https://t.co/zvTuA0SS4k— Uffe Elbaek (@uffeelbaek) December 23, 2018
The former radio host Peter Falktoft is among the well-known danes to commemorate the Gardiner on social media. Photo: Mads Claus Rasmussen/Scanpix
... while the former radio host Peter Falktoft simply paying homage to him with the words 'bar box forever!'
Bon voyage to the hereafter, john eliot Gardiner...— Peter Falktoft (@peterfalktoft) December 23, 2018
Think you can count the crossing is on færgemandens expense in your case. What a man of the world. A true sailor! Thank you for good stories and old good TV. the
Bar box forever! pic.twitter.com/l5ty1rntnb