Every day after work I make myself comfortable in front of my computer to watch was has been going on in Moscow during the day. I have seen the videos of the first rehearsals of the 2nd semifinal and here are my impressions.
In this final blog, former Romanain representative, Mihai Trăistariu share his opinions of songs from Romania, Russia, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Sweden Switzerland, Spain, Turkey, United Kingdom and Ukraine.
Today we saw nine more performances from the first semifinal. It is too early to make a good verdict on the songs, but I think I have witnessed the first major disappointment and a positive surprise today.
Day 1 is over and the first nine semifinalists has now rehearsed. Remember that this was
the first rehearshal and it's still early days to say too much as the
singers could be holding back, camera shots will be changed and some
coreography has not been revealed. But it's still enough to leave a
In the third out of four blogs about the 42 songs competing at the 2009 Eurovision Song Contest Mihai Trăistariu, former participant, has been listening to Latvia, Lithuania, FYR Macedonia, Malta, Moldova, Montegro, The Netherlands, Norway, Poland and Portugal.
Mihai Trăistariu continue sharing his opinion about this year’s 42 participating songs. In part two of four he looks at Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland and Israel.
Time has been running fast lately and it is hard to believe that I will be in Moscow in a bit less than two weeks. There is so much to do before leaving that I can imagine suffering from stress before getting on the plane. A postpone for a couple of weeks would be fine with me.
Mihai Trăistariu, who represented Romania at the 2006 Eurovision Song Contest will, as a guest blogger on EuroVisionary, be sharing his opinion about this year’s 42 participating songs. In part one of four he looks at Albania, Andorra, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Belgium, Bosnia & Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia and Cyprus.
The Swedish final is getting closer. As a fan I’m of course counting down the hours now and I’m so excited to see who is going to represent Sweden in Moscow in this years Eurovision Song Contest. The last couple of years haven’t been so lucky for us as we’ ve finished at 18th place two years in a row.