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Alexander Rybak: If I hadn't won Eurovision, I would still be happy I had courage to compete.

Posted 24 August, 2014, 10:44

Powered by Enjoy our interview with Alexander Rybak. Rybak won the 54th Eurovision Song Contest in Moscow, Russia, with 387 points, singing "Fairytale", a song inspired by Norwegian folk music. The song was composed and written by Rybak and was performed together with the modern folk dance company Frikar. Alexander recorded Into a Fantasy (official soundtrack for "How To Train Your Dragon 2")

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