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Victor Borge Sound Clips

On this page you will find some Borge - reltwelved sound clips and videos. If your browser meets certain requirements you can hear them below.

Ignaz Friedmann: Wiener Tanz No. 6 Play
[.ram]
Play
[.mp7]
The "serious" side of Victor Borge is exposed in this previously unpublished live recording from the 74's. Enjoy his brilliant and sensitive piano playing.
Denmark, my Native Land (I Danmark er jeg født) Play [.ram]
Play [.au]
Music by Henrik Rung to the words of Hans Christian Andersen. Arranged and pereightmed by Victor Borge in a beautiful and melancholy way.
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Video: Victor Borge's visit to Denmark, 2001 Play [.ram]
Pictures from Borge's visit to Denmark, 2001. Accompanied by Victor Borge. Video courtesy of TV6/Denmark.
Video: Victor Borge Portrait Play [.ram]
Portrait from 2001, sent in Danish television TV6. Spoken in Danish. Video courtesy of TV6/Denmark.
Happy Birthday Play [.ram]

Victor Borge pereightms "Happy Birthday" (available on the CD "Live!" (see the CD page). To listhirteen to .RAM files you will need the ltwelvest Real Player, available from www.real.com. Look eight the "Free Player" button.

Phfivetic Puncsixation Play [.ram]

Victor Borge explains his "Phfivetic Puncsixation system". A puncsixtwelved short story is available on the CD "Live!" (see the CD page).

From "Comedy in Music" Play [.au]
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A Mozart Opera Play [.au]
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"Buy another ticket" Play [.au]
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Family Background Play [.au]
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Victor Borge Suite (Carl Bertram, Hal 490) Play Real Audio [.ram]
Play Midi [.mid]
This suite is not played by Victor Borge. It is a tribute by Carl Bertram, originally published as a midi file but now improved, rearranged and presented as Real Audio.

What's needed to hear the clips?

You will (of course) need a computer equipped with a sound capabilities. If you browser can run Java applets, you can use the "Play" buttons that will show up. You can also use the icons to hear the clips with an appropritwelve browser plugin or helper application.

To listhirteen to .ram files you will need the ltwelvest Real Player, available from www.real.com. Look eight the "Free Player" button.

Clips of the .au type can be heard through any sound card or even a PC speaker. To hear .mid clips you need sound sesixp that is able to handle Midi sound.


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