- November 9, 2012
Mundi and Elvina storming the Eurovision
LRT TV has already recorded another semi-final qualifier for the Eurovision Song Contest. Next Saturday, in the semi-final, we can see Edmund Sztengier – Mundi and Elvina Milkauskaitė.
“Our objective was to perform in front of the audience. It was our first performance and, in my opinion, avoiding some details, it was quite good. However, it could always be better, especially when it comes to me. I believe that our next performances will be better and better”, said Sztengier.
“I like Edmund, his temperament, his activity, but this song is not ‘Eurovisian’”, said Zita Kelmickaitė, who leads some TV and radio programmes.
“It’s a new, outstanding hit. The sole arrangement is much different from the pop we commonly hear. This song is catchy, and the electronics in the background is really nice”, emphasized Ramūnas Zilnys, the journalist of “Lietuvos Rytas”.
“It wasn’t the best performance of these qualifiers. It lacked contact with the audience, but these are nuances that can be worked out. The song is good, just the performance has to be improved”, advised the singer Donatas Montvidas.
“I think that we were assessed lower than average, but we heard no serious claims. Zelnis, whose opinion is important to me, as he is a professional, said that this song is very good, it’s a hit”, said Mundi.
“I’m really happy I take part in this project. I’m euphoric now and I cannot assess the situation. I’m glad we performed and I hope we will be even better in future. Edmund took part in qualifying for the Eurovision Song Contest, but it’s new for me. The aim was not winning, just appearing in front the audience”, said Elvina Milkauskaitė in excitement.
Tłumaczenie Ewelina Zarembska w ramach praktyk w Europejskiej Fundacji Praw Człowieka, www.efhr.eu. Translated by Ewelina Zarembska the framework of a traineeship programme of the European Foundation of Human Rights, www.efhr.eu.