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Our brand new podcast series The Music That Made Me meets composers and artists to discuss just that – the music that made them who they are today. They speak to our host and London Sinfonietta cellist Zoë Martlew to talk through the tracks that have influenced their work and manage to bring them back to a specific time and place.
In this episode, the Norwegian jazz saxophonist and composer Marius Neset breaks down his defining musical tracks with our host Zoë Martlew, and discusses the significance of works like Mahler's Symphony No 8 and artists such as Django Bates and Hans Abrahamsen in his life. Listen to the full playlist below.
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Published: 30 Jan 2020