Anybody here who reads Danish? If so, I have a link here for you. In fact, I’d suggest you have a little look even if you don’t feel very Danish minded.
As I may have mentioned once or three times before, I am a big Roger Whittaker fan. But I only listen to his music all the time and buy CDs and go to concerts and pop in to Roger’s Guestbook and to his discussion forum every now and then. Just about every day.
There are those who take this fan business a lot further, and one such fan is Ane Marie in Denmark. She is the subject of the Jutland newspaper link above, and she has been a serious fan forever. Ane Marie now even has a room full of memorabilia, which is the positive side of getting rid of your children.
She has been to 250 concerts, and she writes to other fans all over the world. And to Roger himself. He writes back, I gather.
It seems that Ane Marie is the lucky owner of the song sheet used by Roger when he sang that Danish nursery rhyme I mentioned a while ago. It’s not the words so much as a rough idea of how he should pronounce them, because Danish is a little bit difficult. But have a go. I can assure you it sounded better than it looks.
Ane Marie is a quiet sort of fan. But I think that if you need to know the answer to something, she will know.