Saturday, June 9, 2007

WIDOR A LA BORGE

Anyone ever see Victor Borge do one of his unique piano duets? I mean, the one where Mr. Borge and some other guy alternate places on the one piano for so many bars? Well, following his cue are two organists doing the same with the Tocatta from Widor's Symphony V. Quite the feat, and well-done. You can tell these guys rehearsed the daylights out of this! Check it out!



Peace,
BMP

2 comments:

Lindsay said...

I love Victor Borge! Though I must admit, being a perpetual grammarian and only a former pianist, "Phonetic Punctuation" is my favorite. :)

Brian Michael Page said...

I like his "Inflationary Language" as well. However, he is most hilarious when he accompanies Marilyn Mulvey while she sings the "Caro Nome".

Mulvey: Tonight I would like to sing the "Caro Nome" from "Rigoletto".
Borge: Oh God!

BMP