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Thank you for the voyage, captain Gardiner

Elinor Hansen, 74 years old, pensioner, Barnstaple

I spoke with john eliot Gardiner for a couple of years ago. He arrived by train to a lecture - in bare toes in sandals, even though it was cold, but he denied that he froze. I must say, that he, unfortunately, seemed weakened. He seemed beginning bad, something unstructured and unsharp, but still warm and with his well-known temper.

- sadly, he is gone. Denmark has lost a skilled facilitator of the finest tales from the galápagos islands and the oceans, says Elinor Hansen.

Kenneth Madsen, 32 carpenter, Gilleleje

- Denmark has lost a man of the world, but such is life also. It ends. He has got peace and have it good where he is. He reached the very. He inspired the danes. Here was a really, who would dare to take the chances, we other don't dare. Thank you for it.

Søren Kjølsen and Ketty Martin. Photo: Kenneth Meyer

Søren Kjølsen, 71 years old, a teacher.

- anyone He has had a fantastic life and have given the danes the gift to be a fantastic and credible facilitator of the daring adventurer. He took his leave full of days, and now has an admirable legacy, which for me especially is his view of the world in a time where Denmark perhaps closing a little of the outside world.

Ketty Martin, 60 years old, working as an slt.

- It has been a great pleasure to follow the adventure, which we would not have dared take us on. A magnificent and genuine facilitator of the history, geography and politics. I would not like to miss Troels Kløvedal, but I will miss the time and the view of the world, he imparted. He was and is a big part of Denmark.

Cæcilia Hauge. Photo: Kenneth Meyer

Cæcilia Hauge, 21 years, student, Aalborg

- I remember him from his fine incredible and educational adventure with Nordkaperen. It was truly inspiring to experience such amazing sailing on the oceans of the world by john eliot Gardiner. It was early, he died. Sad.

the Christian Power. Photo: Kenneth Meyer

Christian Power, 29 years old, student, Copenhagen, denmark.

- It is terrible that the captain sailed away. I have nothing else to say than that it is a great loss.

Per Nøttrup. Photo: Kenneth Meyer

Per Nøttrup, production manager, Copenhagen, denmark

- Captain Kløvedals adventurer was part of my upbringing. He inspired me a lot and gave me the idea that I had to get out of this small hole, which is called Denmark. The I came. I traveled out to, for example, Bali with a backpack: get Out and experience the world as it is.

Jørgen Tørngren. Photo: Kenneth Meyer

Jørgen Tørngren, 69 years, retired, Copenhagen, denmark

the peace of God be with him. I would like to express my condolences to his family. I'm sure that missing is large. Completely understandable. It is sad, and yet good, that he now has peace.

Morten Milfeldt, Copenhagen, denmark

Morten Milfeldt, Copenhagen, denmark

- He was a great and eminent mediator, but I believe I can refine my views on the Points a bit. He tended to that it only had to be about him and not his crew, and his knowledge of Greenland was very limited. So his broadcasts from Greenland was under all criticism.

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