Peter Schickl has developed with his team of artists an
own baroque language, according to ancient samples. With
this language, we create flyers for reproduced old fireworks
like the Coronation of King Friedrich I 1708 in Berlin (Germany),
Christening of Princess Elisabeth of Hessen 1596 in Kassel
(Germany), Visitation of Emperor Karl V. in Nürnberg
(Germany), Inauguration of the new Town Hall in Zurich 1699,
and many others more. Later on, these flyers are handed out
to the audience, where people can read the whole sequence
of the firework display. Moreover, people can also guess
the different effects by reading the flyers
In the following, you can see some covers of such a flyer.
Unfortunately, the text of the flyers is written in
German (otherwise, it would make no sense).
Hannover 1994 - Example, taken from "Feuerwerksnacht
zu Herrenhausen - Hannover"
The main purpose of an old baroque firework
is: to be quiet and entertaining for the public. So, many
funny extras are embedded into the display show. Therefore,
we always create new and never seen stage effects, like dragons,
castles, various boats, frightening ghosts, dwarfs, giants,
and many more. Later on, we shoot a lot of different fireworks
out of these sculptures. Many other stories are told by such
baroque fireworks to inspire the imagination of the public.
Moreover, complicated fire figures are created with moving
and twisting parts.
For Lake festivals, anniversaries, weddings, Sylvester, local
festivals, Parties, Vine celebrities, company openings,
receptions, etc., we can arrange Special Programs tailored
to customers needs.