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32 Sonater

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32 Sonater

A music podcast in Norwegian from Arild Askeland

32 Sonater er for alle som er interessert i klassisk musikk.
Mitt navn er Arild Askeland og jobber som t-banefører i Oslo – i denne podcasten snakker jeg med musikere, komponister, kunstnere og akademikere om årets (2020) store jubilant – Ludwig van Beethoven. I hver episode møter du en ny gjest og en ny sonate. I tillegg ber jeg den aktuelle gjesten ta med et Beethoven-verk som har spesiell betydning for dem personlig. Her skal du (og jeg) lære om en av de viktigste skikkelsene i musikkhistorien gjennom samtaler og lytteeksempler. Beethoven er for alle, så la oss lytte sammen! See for privacy and opt-out information.

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