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Music to my Ears
BBC Music Magazine’s brand new podcast, Music to my Ears, features a series of interviews with well-known classical musicians and composers about their musical passions and discoveries. Subscribe wherever you get your podcasts to ensure you never miss an episode.
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3.9 stars from 344 ratings
Weak stuff
Please, please, please stop using people for classical music podcasts who can‘t even pronounce „Poulenc“ and „ Beethoven“!!!! It is just a normal ‚t‘ sound in the middle of Ludwig‘s surname. The ‚h‘ does NOT add a sound! I would suggest that you just have the humility of asking native speakers,...Read full review »
Mo from Vienna, Austris via Apple Podcasts · Austria · 03/04/20
Not Updated
Why hasn’t this been updated to include podcasts for the November and December issues?
hudagr via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 11/16/18
I am so glad I found you!
As a classical music listener, I always feel a bit out of place. Most of my friends listen to pop or rock or other music. When I found out about this podcast, I was super excited! And to find out that there is a magazine devoted to classical music was just the reeling! Please keep the shows...Read full review »
Cindy Guilliams via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 07/13/18
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