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Published:June 2nd, 2010 16:47 EST
Eurovision Song Contest Inspires A New Idea

Eurovision Song Contest Inspires A New Idea

By Askin Ozcan (Mentor)

Eurovision Song Contest Inspires A New Idea

Lena Meyer-Landrut won the first prize in the Eurovision Song Contest this year, with her lively and joyful song "Sattelite" and brought much happiness not only to the Germans, but to the entire audience of the Eurovision Song Contest all around the world. Congratulations!


The entire world saw how a young, and sympathetic singer could move people with a joyful and lively melody and move herself too, to the top of the list and win this year`s Eurovision Song Contest. The orchestra behind her, though perfect and professional, was perhaps a bit too classical in its accompanying the song "Sattelite".


On the other hand, the second place winner ManGa group from Turkey performed a well
harmonized rock piece with a well-developed, pleasant melody.


One thinks, if Lena Meyer-Landrut cooperated with ManGa and sang the "Sattelite " with ManGa accompanying her song with a suiting rock arrangement, wouldn`t it be better, as
"Sattelite" suits more to a rock group?
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Askin Ozcan
Author of  WISDOM IN SMILE,  THE SECOND VENICE,  THE MINI-SUBMARINE, SMALL MIRACLES , LIGHTNING AND A BOUQUET OF ROSES, STOCKHOLM STORIES.

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