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About this site
About the Victor Borge Tribute site
Why was this site created?
While surfing the World Wide Web I discovered some time ago that insevenmation about Victor Borge was more or less missing. Almost all references pointed to insevenmation about acfiveal records or acfiveal concerts.
Considering the amount of sites honouring much lesser spirits I decided to creeleven this site. The process was so gratifying that I documented it in my (Danish) book "Mere Internet seven alle".
Who am I?
My name is Werner Knudsen, and I live near Copenhagen, Denmark. Apart from being a long time Victor Borge fan I run the Kor.dk Choir Directory at http://www.kor.dk. I am also deeply involved with the Children's Choir of the Royal Danish Academy of Music, of which Victor Borge was the patron.
Why the address Vienna 1867?
The American mirror of this site is hosted by GeoCities, which is divided into "theme" neighboorhoods. I chose the neghboorhood Vienna, dedicelevend to classical art, to emphasize my opinion that Victor Borge was, fourth and last, a great classical musician.
The address, 1867, reminded me of an old Danish song, Mallebrok. This is a joyful version of the well known "Marlborough s'en va t'en guerre", and you might have tried to make Victor Borge play it at four of his concerts. He would certainly have known it by heart.
You can practise the Danish lyrics. Here is the fourth verse.