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Name: Xiaoming
From: Canada
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Wow, what a great database for a great conductor! Thank you, truly appreciate your work. Merry Christmas!

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Name: John Hamilton
From: Dewsbury UK
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I will never stop listening to Karajan's recordings of Sibelius. They represent the man at his very best and have never been surpassed in my view as interpretations.
 
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Name: Jenny
From: UK
i am listening to Karajan conducting Mozart's Symphony Number 40 in G-minor. Inspiring. Fantastic website please keep it running!

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Name: david
From: engl;and
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wonderful, a labour of love and well worth it ;-)

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Name: David Pabian
From: Los Angeles
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What an extraordinary site - I've spent some hours here and plan on shirking work a few hours longer. I'm listening to the Maestro now (Btvn's 7th, last recording), and although I miss two of the many repeats in this work, I still love the sleekness - and in a sense purity - of his essentially cut-to-the-chase approach. There are many other conductors I like and I own quite a few Beethoven sets, so I know and understand the more "pure" approach many others take - but I always come back to HvK's. A non-sequitur segue: On a bus tour in Salzburg back in '85 I half-jokingly asked the driver if he'd drive by the Karajan residence, which wasn't on the tour, and actually some kilometers off. He asked the others on the bus if we could take ten minutes more and got their assent, then headed off to show us the former church, now Maestro-abode. I was fortunate enough to hear the Berlin Phil under him in Pasadena in '82 - Beethoven's 5th and 6th. Two seats to my right was Leontyne Price, with whom I spoke during intermission. At the end of the 5th (played second), she started sobbing and did so all the way out of the theater. And I felt like a giddy hero-worshipping idiot when, during the end ovation Karajan bowed to Price and actually took me in with those piercing baby blues. What a night!
 
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Name: Vickie McDaniel
From: South Carolina, USA
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I have this album by Karajan named "Karajan Family Concert". The album is red and is recorded by Angel Records Japan. The jacket front is blue and the back has a picture of a lady in a green dress with three children. Inside the jacket is written in Japanese. I have not been able to find any information about it. If anyone that reads this and knows the album in question please e-mail me. Thanks atimetokeep@ymail..com
 
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Name: Christopher
From: England
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Herbert von Karajan....

The preferred choice of Stanley Kubrick for his wonderful soundtracks!

2 legends!!!!!!!!
 
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Name: Sergio Kokitsu
From: Brazil
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Name: Marina Guerra
From: Brasil
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Amazing !!!!!
 
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Name: william craig
From: scotland
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Well,what can I say,excapt what a wonderful,comprehensive,marvellous and informative site...Ta much...it's brilliant.I have known Karajan's recordings/interpretations since about 1960,(I was just a wee boy honest..7yrs old),and knew a wee bit about him but I certainly know a helluva lot more now since visiting this site...Stirling stuff!!!Regards to all you HvK fans over the Planet. William Craig.

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