our galvanics: Dirty Dietmar, Sir Paul Mc Kertnie, König Licht, Don Fridone, Chrille, Sen. Spalanzani,
who always amplify sound and light to high voltage!
Kunigunde van Heller and Cornelia v. Talermark as well as their assistants,
who tirelessly await beside the stage in order to fullfil any souvenir-wish, which the kind audience might have!
the coppelian society,
who encourages us on countless concerts with loud cheering an delicate pastries and moreover helps to help!
the coppelian laundry Karin Schiller and the tailor Lucardis Feist
to whom Bastille has the audacity to hand over his textile duties to every once in a while!
the coppelian concert agents Daniel, Michael Ludwig and Jens
for their splendid efforts in scheduling our concerts and journey routes including the careful selection of the so very important horse change stations!
the coppelian concert agents in Netherlands Helene and Björn
for their faithful efforts!
our webmaster Benni,
who is constantly taking huge efforts to provide this website with all necessary maintenance!
our court designer Maxim,
who extraordinarily designed these pages in which you are getting lost at this very moment!
the coppelian scientist Coppelikus,
who rediscoverd quite a few of our coppelian anecdotes, which were already thought to have been lost forever!
B. Deutung, McKinley Black, E.T.A. Hoffmann, Subway To Sally, Stefan Kaminski, der Komischen Oper Berlin, Heinrich Heine, Ina Göring, Sebastian Bartolitius, Kerstin Spree, Matthias Hering, Marianne Häntzsche, Karin Weber, Theodor Fontane, Gundrun Lingott, Katrin Doil, Gottfried Schiller, Mircea Ionascu, Heinrich v. Kleist, Frau Schmitt, Thomas Heimann-Trosien, Tom Büscher, Caro Schmidhammer, Julia Adrian, Erik van Kassen, Vera Peuntinger, Matthias Geiße, Alex Istschenko, Marco Ponce Klärgel, Ralph Sauerbrey, Sandra, Corinna, Markus, Hans dem Aufrechten, Herr Olympius, Axel, Majanne, Jürgen Spachmann, Kai Hoffmann u.v.m.!
the numerous court photographers,
who constantly prepare so many modern pictures of ourselves!
the talented instrument makers and equipment suppliers,
who were reparing not only a few cello's breaknecks, clarinett cracks and damages to the double bass' paintwork!
the untiring confectioners and cake makers especially the female ones,
who sweetened so many concerts and carried along so deliciously made pastries, so that the gentlemen of Coppelius and many concert visitors could be pampered by culinary means! Please, do not stop!
Special Thanks goes to all pitiful persons, who we shamefully forgot to mention until this day due to our forgetfulness of old age.