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prommer

(ˈprɒmə)
n
informal East London a spectator at a promenade concert
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prommer

, Prommer
n (inf)Besucher(in) m(f)der Londoner Prom-Konzerte
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Since 2004 the amazing generosity we have received from the Battle Prommers has helped us support more veterans in rebuilding their lives, with the donations we received at the weekend we will continue to do this.
We would like to offer our sincere thanks to the generous Ragley Hall Battle Prommers, many of whom attend year on year and never fail to surprise us with their generosity.
Thank you RLPO, once again you truly wowed the Prommers and made our city proud.
Then as the Prommers prepared for home, a firework finale lit up the square.
Thousands of prommers will gather in the Park for this spectacular, open- air live concert, broadcast live on Radio 2 with a programme of music including Dame Kiri, singing two of Puccini's most famous arias, Chi Il Bel Sogno Di Doretta and O Mio Babbino Caro - Bailero.
I anticipate a Bavarian-style ovation from the Prommers.
Five years ago, I was surprised to find the BBC's Last Night live on the TV in my bedroom in Berlin, complete with German compere amongst the Promenaders and a Hamburg studio full of local Prommers singing along to a big screen.
This year, for the first time, prommers will be able to receive daily text messages to keep up to date with concert news.
Even younger voices came from the CBSO Children's Chorus, both ethereal and urchinlike of timbre as they sang down to the Prommers from way up in the gallery.
And so we come to the "biggie", the Last Night of the Proms on Saturday, September 13, when Sakari will make the all-important concluding speech to the hyped-up Prommers.
What the RAH loses out to in terms of the finest acoustic in the world to Birmingham's own Symphony Hall is perhaps balanced out by the world's most attentive audience, 7000 Prommers (many of them standing throughout a lengthy programme) absolutely spellbound in concentration.