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Montblanc Herbert von Karajan

Montblanc Herbert von Karajan
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Although Herbert von Karajan began his unparalleled musical career as a pianist, it was as a conductor - perhaps the greatest ever that he shaped the world of music in the 20th century. But Herbert von Karajan was more than just a brilliant musician. He was also a charismatic media star, a gifted opera producer and a successful festival founder. One of Karajan's life ambitions was to preserve a musical tradition for future generations. He opened the door to success for young, talented artists, and was convinced that he could overcome barriers and bring cultures and peoples together with his music.

With it's black precious resin cap and faceted ivory-colored ring representing a keyboard, the Donation Pen Herbert von Karajan recalls the early career of the musician, who first became famous as a brilliant pianist in Vienna. The platinum-plated clip with it's inlay in the shape of a conductor's baton is a tribute to Karajan's legacy as a conductor, and the hand-cut, artistically rhodium-plated 18-carat gold nib. As a memento of Karajan, the presentation box of the fountain pen contains a pure silk scarf.

With his emotional performances Herbert von Karajan elevated music to almost a spiritual level and he himself became its highest priest. His conviction that music can bridge the gap between cultures and nations made him one of the most ambitioned musical virtuosos of his time.

The Special Edition pays tribute to Herbert von Karajan's multifaceted genius and his contributions to the classical music world. The elegant ivory and black keyboard as cap ring combined with the ivory conductor's baton that adorns the clip embody his outstanding accomplishments as a conductor.

Launch: 2003
Available as Fountain Pen and Ballpoint Pen
Black precious resin
Platinum-plated mountings
Clip with inlay in the shape of a conductor’s baton
Ivory-coloured ring
Rhodium-plated 18-karat gold nib