Victor BORGE - Phonetically Speaking - And Don't Forget The Piano!

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JASCD120

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Behind those stark facts lies the story of an exceptional man who entertained the world for most of a happily long life, indeed right up to his death. Borge was the youngest of five sons born to musicians Bernhard and Frederikke Rosenbaum. His father was First Violin with Copenhagen's Royal Theatre Symphony Orchestra but Borge choose his mother's instrument, the piano, tinkling the keys from the age of three. He was recognised as a child prodigy and consequently, at the age of nine, was awarded a full scholarship to the Royal Danish Music Conservatory. At 13, he had his professional debut.


Produced by Geoff Milne

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1. INTRODUCTION & LESSON IN RECOGNITION
2. SHEDDING LIGHT ON CLAIR DE LUNE
3. VARIATIONS ON A THEME
4. A MOZART OPERA BY BORGE
5. INFLATIONARY LANGUAGE
6. BORGE PLAYS LIEBESTRAUM
7. BORGE FAMILY BACKGROUND
8. PHONETIC PUNCTUATION
9. BORGE PLAYS REQUESTS
10. BORGE PLAYS THE MINUTE WALTZ
11. BORGE HAS THE LAST WORD

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Format
CD
Price Code
A
Release Date
01/09/2001
UPC Bar Code No
604988012026