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Engaged as principal conductor at the Stadttheater, Ulm. Responsible for summer courses for conducting at the Mozarteum International Foundation. Guest conductor with the Vienna Symphony Orchestra.

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April 8: Conducts the Berliner Philharmoniker for the first time. First contract with the Deutsche Grammophon Gesellschaft extending until January First post-war concert, in Vienna with the Wiener Philharmoniker. Assisted at the Salzburg Festival. Artistic Director of the Gesellschaft der Musikfreunde, Vienna. Associate conductor of La Scala, Milan.

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Numerous guest appearances in Europe and overseas. Runs courses for conductors in Lucerne; appearances at the Lucerne Festival. Renewed collaboration with the Deutsche Grammophon. January 2: Birth of daughter Arabel with the Berliner Philharmoniker acting as godparents. August: Appointed to board of directors of the Salzburg Festival. Production of films of concerts and operas, with Karajan acting as conductor and director; cooperation with French film director Henri-Georges Clouzot. March 4: Bestowal of a Ring by Salzburg Province. April 4: Given freedom of the City of Salzburg.

Establishment of the Herbert von Karajan Foundation in Berlin, for the encouragement of scientific work on the dissemination of conscious musical feeling. The foundation also organizes a competition for young conductors. Prize of the French President for all new recordings made in the year as part of the Grand Prix international du disque awarded by the Charles Cros Academy in Paris.

May Karajan patronizes a new foundation bearing his name — gift of the Vienna Gesellschaft der Musikfreunde — which is dedicated in the main to scientific investigation in the neuro-physiological field. December 1: With the Berliner Philharmoniker, Karajan gives a concert for the first time in the new Gewandhaus in Leipzig. Foundation of Telemondial S. Video discs — in which Karajan has complete artistic control of sound and film — will appear only when the equipment of reproduction has reached that necessary level of perfection which Karajan has aspired to all his life. The tour is celebrated as a triumphant return, and the Maestro is greeted by standing ovations in Carnegie Hall, New York.

December: The Governor of Salzburg, Dr.

April 5: Karajan celebrates his 75th birthday in his home town of Salzburg. The province of Salzburg marks the occasion by issuing a commemorative postage stamp. Karajan announces that he has agreed to produce two concerts per year, until , with the Berliner Philharmoniker, for German Television ZDF Channel. These concerts are broadcast live, with Karajan assuming complete artistic control. The complete Beethoven cycle is filmed by Telemondial. April 2: Karajan signs a new long-term contract with Deutsche Grammophon. This marks the first time that an orchestra is allowed in the Holy City to participate during a Mass.

Worldwide television coverage and a Telemondial film follows. Live television broadcast in many European countries. Carillon de Westminster, opus 54 no. Sonata in d minor, opus 65 no. Arild Sandvold. Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. Scenes of Country Life, opus Halling, opus 71 no. Spring Dance, opus 47 no. Peace of the Woods, opus 71 no.

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Ballada in g minor, opus Hamar-Tor slaatten, opus 24 no. Kjempeviseslaatten, opus 22 no. Am stillen Herd. Prelude and Fugue in g minor, opus 7 no. Knut Nystedt. Frederic Chopin.

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Polonaise in A flat major, opus Ballada no. Ballade no. BWV Prelude and Fugue in g minor. Symphonie no. Gasteig, Munich, Germany, November 5, , 8. Sonate no. From "Peer Gynt". Hungarian Rhapsody no. Kongsvinger Church, Norway, July 6, , 7. Wolfgang A. Eine kleine Nachtmusik: Movement 1 Allegro. Trio Sonata no. Max Reger. Introduction and Passacaglia in d minor. The four seasons: Autumn. Gasteig, Munich, Germany, June 25, , 8. Kampen Church, Oslo, Norway, June 11, , 6.

Kampen Choir. Conductor Colin Smith. Works by among others Franck, Mendelssohn-Bartholdy, Smith. Beethoven Recital. Kampen Church, Oslo, Norway, November 20, , 7. Gasteig, Munich, Germany, November 6, , 8.

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    Solvejg's Song from "Peer Gynt". Mili Balakirew. Petite messe solenelle. Paal Rullestad, conductor. Colin Smith, harmonium. Svein Amund Skara, piano. Eidskog Church, Norway, February 7, , 7.


    Tomaso Albinoni. Gasteig, Munich, Germany, November 8, , 8.

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    I love thee, opus 41 no. Mily Balakirew. Kampen Church, Oslo, Norway, September 27, 6.