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Martina Bárta se od svého otce dočkala tvrdé kritiky | ESCPORTAL

Martina Bárta se od svého otce dočkala tvrdé kritiky | ESCPORTAL

DomůNovinkyAktualityMartina Bárta se od svého otce dočkala tvrdé kritiky ČESKÁ REPUBLIKA 18/07/2017 Martina Bárta se od svého otce dočkala tvrdé kritiky S šokující informací se minulý víkend svěřila serveru Oikotimes.com naše letošní reprezentantka Martina Bárta. Ta příslušného reportéra doslova odz...

CZECH REPUBLIC - During the Eurovision Weekend in Berlin we also got the chance to meet with the talented jazz singer, Martina Bárta who proudly represented her country in the Eurovision Song Contest this year in Kyiv. Due to a severe technical problem only a fraction of the interview is available in a video but we have the highlights of the interview available for you: [ 536 more words ]

Eurovision Weekend 2017 in Berlin: Martina’s shocking revelation about her father

Eurovision Weekend 2017 in Berlin: Martina’s shocking revelation about her father

CZECH REPUBLIC – During the Eurovision Weekend in Berlin we also got the chance to meet with the talented jazz singer, Martina Bárta who proudly represented her country in the Eurovision Song…

Italy 9.33% (497 votes)
Portugal 7.49% (399 votes)
Poland 6.48% (345 votes)
FYR Macedonia 4.99% (266 votes)
France 4.64% (247 votes)
Bulgaria 4.43% (236 votes)
Belgium 3.6% (192 votes)
Romania 3.27% (174 votes)
United Kingdom 3.17% (169 votes)
Greece 3.1% (165 votes)
Armenia 3.08% (164 votes)
Netherlands 3% (160 votes)
Austria 2.59% (138 votes)
Switzerland 2.42% (129 votes)
Israel 2.31% (123 votes)
Finland 2.18% (116 votes)
Belarus 2.12% (113 votes)
Azerbaijan 1.99% (106 votes)
Sweden 1.86% (99 votes)
Croatia 1.75% (93 votes)
Estonia 1.73% (92 votes)
Iceland 1.69% (90 votes)
Norway 1.58% (84 votes)
Denmark 1.56% (83 votes)
Ireland 1.56% (83 votes)
Australia 1.52% (81 votes)
Albania 1.48% (79 votes)
Latvia 1.46% (78 votes)
Moldova 1.45% (77 votes)
Hungary 1.33% (71 votes)
Germany 1.15% (61 votes)
Malta 1.13% (60 votes)
Serbia 1.13% (60 votes)
Cyprus 1.11% (59 votes)
Czech Republic 1.09% (58 votes)
Georgia 0.86% (46 votes)
San Marino 0.86% (46 votes)
Montenegro 0.83% (44 votes)
Spain 0.83% (44 votes)
Ukraine 0.77% (41 votes)
Slovenia 0.56% (30 votes)
Lithuania 0.52% (28 votes) #eurovision #eurovision2017 #francescogabbani

ROMANIA - Romanian national broadcaster issues a press release today confirming its participation to the 2018 Eurovision Song Contest. This makes Romania the 19th country confirming its participation for Portugal's event edition along with Belgium, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Ireland, Latvia, Lithuania, Malta, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Russia, and Sweden. TVR’s General Director Irina Radu about the national selection… [ 77 more words ]

Romania 2018: TVR confirms participation

Romania 2018: TVR confirms participation

ROMANIA – Romanian national broadcaster issues a press release today confirming its participation to the 2018 Eurovision Song Contest. This makes Romania the 19th country confirming its parti…

Ein paar Photos ze vcerejsiho rozhovoru pro Radio1 🎶 Dekujeme moc za pozvani a pratelske prijeti. Dnes vecer (start: 22:00h) se muzete tesit na koncert Kristina Barta Trio v prazskem JazzDocku. Budu mit tu cest pokrtit DVD me sestry a jeji excelentni kapely 👌a spolecne tez zahrajeme pisen "Find peace of mind"🎵 Moc se na vas tesime. #bartasisters #jazzdock #krestdvd #neumimotevritsampanske #jsemtoaledevceneschopne

Final Random Moments of Eurovision 2017

justanothereurovisionfan:



magicaleurovision:



justanothereurovisionfan:



post-e-s-c-depression:



anotherescsite:



* For the fourth year, the song contest has been won by a single singer on the stage. 

* There has been a pattern of winners for the last four years; girl-boy-girl-boy. Winner next year should be a girl. 

* For the second successive year, the performer has been on stage alone without any props.

* 2017 was the second time that there have been no females in the hosting position. The other time was 1956.

* 2017 is also the second time that there have been multiple hosts of one gender. The other time was 2015.

* If it was a juries only vote, the Czech Republic, Serbia, Georgia and Malta would have qualified. Belgium, Poland, Croatia and Romania would be out.

* On the other hand,  Finland, Switzerland and Estonia would have been the qualifiers in place of Australia, Austria and Denmark if it was televoting only.

* Romania, Russia, Ukraine, Azerbaijan, and Australia are the only countries to have a 100% qualification record.

* The winning margin of this year’s winner is the second largest after 2009.

* The top three in the final

(Portugal, Bulgaria, Moldova) have the highest scoring songs for their countries. 

* Australia, Ukraine, and Armenia recorded their worst scores/placing.

* Italy is again the highest rated big 5 country. Since their return to the song contest they have taken the top placing except for 2012 (Germany), 2014 (Spain), 2016 (France).

* Spain has come last for the first time since 1999.

* Nil point featured a bit in the scoreboard; Malta (semi 2) and Austria received no votes from the televoters, while San Marino (semi final 2) and Spain received no votes from juries. 

* Germany did not reach their hat-trick of three successive last place entries, but they were close.

* Iceland, San Marino, Switzerland and Finland achieved a hat trick of non qualification.

* Five years now since there has been FYROM in the final, and four years since we have seen Ireland.

* Estonia’s Laura and Slovenia’s Omer Naber have again failed to qualify for the final. 

* San Marino has come last for the second time; first time was 2008.

* Latvia has come last in the semi final on four occasions in the last ten years; 2009, 2010, 2013, 2017.

* The semi final one songs did better in the final than the songs of semi final 2. The top 5 were all from semi final 1 songs except Bulgaria.

* Australia was the country that was the largest different in the televote vs jury count in the final. They were 4th with the jury and 25th in the televote. The juries also helped Austria, the Netherlands, and the United Kingdom.

* The televoters helped Croatia the most with a difference of 13 places between the juries (22nd) and the televotes (9th). The televoters also helped Poland, Hungary, Norway and Romania.

* Portugal received 30 x 12 points in this year’s final; 18 came from the juries and 12 from televoters. Bulgaria in comparison received 11 (4 from the juries and 7 from the televoters). Next highest 12 points went to Moldova and Belgium (five each)



* 18 countries managed to gave douze point in the final across the televoter and juries. Moldova, Croatia and France receive them only from televoters, Belarus, Austria, The Netherlands, Norway and the United Kingdom only from the juries. Hungary, Italy, Portugal, Azerbaijan Greece, Cyprus, Romania, Belgium Sweden and Bulgaria gained 12s from both.


* Now Portugal has won, the mantle of longest participant without a win falls to Cyprus. Malta has participated fewer times, but their first particpation was in 1971 which means they have been waiting a while too. The longest wait without a win otherwise is Spain with their last win 1969. 

* The following countries correctly voted for the top 2 in the final: Hungary, Netherlands (juries), Spain, Israel  (televoters). 

* Armenia and Sweden (juries), and Lithuania (televoters) correctly scored 1st and 3rd. 

* Romania (juries) and Denmark (televote) correctly chose 2nd and 3rd placings.



* Portugal and Bulgaria received votes from every nation, but there were occasions were nothing was provided. Portugal missed votes from the Bulgarian (23rd) and Montenegro (11th) juries. Bulgaria got zero from the juries in Armenia (13th), Ukraine (22nd) and Portugal (14th).




* There were a few instances where 24 votes (12 jury +12 televotes) were given from one country to another: 

 - Albania, Malta -> Italy

 - Belarus, FYROM -> Bulgaria

 - Croatia -> Hungary

 - Cyprus and Greece -> 

Cyprus and Greece

 - Denmark -> Sweden

 - France, Iceland, Israel, Lithuania, Netherlands, Spain, Switzerland  - > Portugal

-  Moldova -> Romania

* The first thirteen songs of the final received more votes than the songs of the second half (2499 vs 2373 points) even though six of the top 10 were in the bottom half.

* Israel had the biggest change between the semi final and the final. They finished 3rd in the semi final; 23rd in the final, 

* Other countries that saw a large change were:

 - Denmark who slipped 10 places from the semi final to finish 20th;

 - Cyprus who were 5th in semi final and 21st in the final;

 - Greece were 10th in the semi and 19th in the final

 - Poland were 9th and 22nd in the final.

 - Belarus were 9th in the other semi final and finished 17th.

* Two countries achieved exactly the same placing in the final and semi final; Portugal and Belgium.

* Bulgaria’s score in the semi finals (403) is the highest ever in a semi final.



THIS IS SO INTERESTING ACTUALLY



the one about Armenia is false. their worst placing was in 2011 where they didn’t qualify at all and got 12th in the semi



It would physically pain me if this was Armenia’s worst placing, since it was my favourite Armenian entry after AramMP3’s Not Alone :-/



Even so, Armenia’s worst result in the final was in 2013 with “Lonely Planet” by Dorians.

#addingmoreinfo #eurovision

Final Random Moments of Eurovision 2017

justanothereurovisionfan:



post-e-s-c-depression:



anotherescsite:



* For the fourth year, the song contest has been won by a single singer on the stage. 

* There has been a pattern of winners for the last four years; girl-boy-girl-boy. Winner next year should be a girl. 

* For the second successive year, the performer has been on stage alone without any props.

* 2017 was the second time that there have been no females in the hosting position. The other time was 1956.

* 2017 is also the second time that there have been multiple hosts of one gender. The other time was 2015.

* If it was a juries only vote, the Czech Republic, Serbia, Georgia and Malta would have qualified. Belgium, Poland, Croatia and Romania would be out.

* On the other hand,  Finland, Switzerland and Estonia would have been the qualifiers in place of Australia, Austria and Denmark if it was televoting only.

* Romania, Russia, Ukraine, Azerbaijan, and Australia are the only countries to have a 100% qualification record.

* The winning margin of this year’s winner is the second largest after 2009.

* The top three in the final

(Portugal, Bulgaria, Moldova) have the highest scoring songs for their countries. 

* Australia, Ukraine, and Armenia recorded their worst scores/placing.

* Italy is again the highest rated big 5 country. Since their return to the song contest they have taken the top placing except for 2012 (Germany), 2014 (Spain), 2016 (France).

* Spain has come last for the first time since 1999.

* Nil point featured a bit in the scoreboard; Malta (semi 2) and Austria received no votes from the televoters, while San Marino (semi final 2) and Spain received no votes from juries. 

* Germany did not reach their hat-trick of three successive last place entries, but they were close.

* Iceland, San Marino, Switzerland and Finland achieved a hat trick of non qualification.

* Five years now since there has been FYROM in the final, and four years since we have seen Ireland.

* Estonia’s Laura and Slovenia’s Omer Naber have again failed to qualify for the final. 

* San Marino has come last for the second time; first time was 2008.

* Latvia has come last in the semi final on four occasions in the last ten years; 2009, 2010, 2013, 2017.

* The semi final one songs did better in the final than the songs of semi final 2. The top 5 were all from semi final 1 songs except Bulgaria.

* Australia was the country that was the largest different in the televote vs jury count in the final. They were 4th with the jury and 25th in the televote. The juries also helped Austria, the Netherlands, and the United Kingdom.

* The televoters helped Croatia the most with a difference of 13 places between the juries (22nd) and the televotes (9th). The televoters also helped Poland, Hungary, Norway and Romania.

* Portugal received 30 x 12 points in this year’s final; 18 came from the juries and 12 from televoters. Bulgaria in comparison received 11 (4 from the juries and 7 from the televoters). Next highest 12 points went to Moldova and Belgium (five each)



* 18 countries managed to gave douze point in the final across the televoter and juries. Moldova, Croatia and France receive them only from televoters, Belarus, Austria, The Netherlands, Norway and the United Kingdom only from the juries. Hungary, Italy, Portugal, Azerbaijan Greece, Cyprus, Romania, Belgium Sweden and Bulgaria gained 12s from both.


* Now Portugal has won, the mantle of longest participant without a win falls to Cyprus. Malta has participated fewer times, but their first particpation was in 1971 which means they have been waiting a while too. The longest wait without a win otherwise is Spain with their last win 1969. 

* The following countries correctly voted for the top 2 in the final: Hungary, Netherlands (juries), Spain, Israel  (televoters). 

* Armenia and Sweden (juries), and Lithuania (televoters) correctly scored 1st and 3rd. 

* Romania (juries) and Denmark (televote) correctly chose 2nd and 3rd placings.



* Portugal and Bulgaria received votes from every nation, but there were occasions were nothing was provided. Portugal missed votes from the Bulgarian (23rd) and Montenegro (11th) juries. Bulgaria got zero from the juries in Armenia (13th), Ukraine (22nd) and Portugal (14th).




* There were a few instances where 24 votes (12 jury +12 televotes) were given from one country to another: 

 - Albania, Malta -> Italy

 - Belarus, FYROM -> Bulgaria

 - Croatia -> Hungary

 - Cyprus and Greece -> 

Cyprus and Greece

 - Denmark -> Sweden

 - France, Iceland, Israel, Lithuania, Netherlands, Spain, Switzerland  - > Portugal

-  Moldova -> Romania

* The first thirteen songs of the final received more votes than the songs of the second half (2499 vs 2373 points) even though six of the top 10 were in the bottom half.

* Israel had the biggest change between the semi final and the final. They finished 3rd in the semi final; 23rd in the final, 

* Other countries that saw a large change were:

 - Denmark who slipped 10 places from the semi final to finish 20th;

 - Cyprus who were 5th in semi final and 21st in the final;

 - Greece were 10th in the semi and 19th in the final

 - Poland were 9th and 22nd in the final.

 - Belarus were 9th in the other semi final and finished 17th.

* Two countries achieved exactly the same placing in the final and semi final; Portugal and Belgium.

* Bulgaria’s score in the semi finals (403) is the highest ever in a semi final.



THIS IS SO INTERESTING ACTUALLY



the one about Armenia is false. their worst placing was in 2011 where they didn’t qualify at all and got 12th in the semi



It would physically pain me if this was Armenia’s worst placing, since it was my favourite Armenian entry after AramMP3’s Not Alone :-/

#eurovisionarmenia #eurovision

Final Random Moments of Eurovision 2017

post-e-s-c-depression:



anotherescsite:



* For the fourth year, the song contest has been won by a single singer on the stage. 

* There has been a pattern of winners for the last four years; girl-boy-girl-boy. Winner next year should be a girl. 

* For the second successive year, the performer has been on stage alone without any props.

* 2017 was the second time that there have been no females in the hosting position. The other time was 1956.

* 2017 is also the second time that there have been multiple hosts of one gender. The other time was 2015.

* If it was a juries only vote, the Czech Republic, Serbia, Georgia and Malta would have qualified. Belgium, Poland, Croatia and Romania would be out.

* On the other hand,  Finland, Switzerland and Estonia would have been the qualifiers in place of Australia, Austria and Denmark if it was televoting only.

* Romania, Russia, Ukraine, Azerbaijan, and Australia are the only countries to have a 100% qualification record.

* The winning margin of this year’s winner is the second largest after 2009.

* The top three in the final

(Portugal, Bulgaria, Moldova) have the highest scoring songs for their countries. 

* Australia, Ukraine, and Armenia recorded their worst scores/placing.

* Italy is again the highest rated big 5 country. Since their return to the song contest they have taken the top placing except for 2012 (Germany), 2014 (Spain), 2016 (France).

* Spain has come last for the first time since 1999.

* Nil point featured a bit in the scoreboard; Malta (semi 2) and Austria received no votes from the televoters, while San Marino (semi final 2) and Spain received no votes from juries. 

* Germany did not reach their hat-trick of three successive last place entries, but they were close.

* Iceland, San Marino, Switzerland and Finland achieved a hat trick of non qualification.

* Five years now since there has been FYROM in the final, and four years since we have seen Ireland.

* Estonia’s Laura and Slovenia’s Omer Naber have again failed to qualify for the final. 

* San Marino has come last for the second time; first time was 2008.

* Latvia has come last in the semi final on four occasions in the last ten years; 2009, 2010, 2013, 2017.

* The semi final one songs did better in the final than the songs of semi final 2. The top 5 were all from semi final 1 songs except Bulgaria.

* Australia was the country that was the largest different in the televote vs jury count in the final. They were 4th with the jury and 25th in the televote. The juries also helped Austria, the Netherlands, and the United Kingdom.

* The televoters helped Croatia the most with a difference of 13 places between the juries (22nd) and the televotes (9th). The televoters also helped Poland, Hungary, Norway and Romania.

* Portugal received 30 x 12 points in this year’s final; 18 came from the juries and 12 from televoters. Bulgaria in comparison received 11 (4 from the juries and 7 from the televoters). Next highest 12 points went to Moldova and Belgium (five each)



* 18 countries managed to gave douze point in the final across the televoter and juries. Moldova, Croatia and France receive them only from televoters, Belarus, Austria, The Netherlands, Norway and the United Kingdom only from the juries. Hungary, Italy, Portugal, Azerbaijan Greece, Cyprus, Romania, Belgium Sweden and Bulgaria gained 12s from both.


* Now Portugal has won, the mantle of longest participant without a win falls to Cyprus. Malta has participated fewer times, but their first particpation was in 1971 which means they have been waiting a while too. The longest wait without a win otherwise is Spain with their last win 1969. 

* The following countries correctly voted for the top 2 in the final: Hungary, Netherlands (juries), Spain, Israel  (televoters). 

* Armenia and Sweden (juries), and Lithuania (televoters) correctly scored 1st and 3rd. 

* Romania (juries) and Denmark (televote) correctly chose 2nd and 3rd placings.



* Portugal and Bulgaria received votes from every nation, but there were occasions were nothing was provided. Portugal missed votes from the Bulgarian (23rd) and Montenegro (11th) juries. Bulgaria got zero from the juries in Armenia (13th), Ukraine (22nd) and Portugal (14th).




* There were a few instances where 24 votes (12 jury +12 televotes) were given from one country to another: 

 - Albania, Malta -> Italy

 - Belarus, FYROM -> Bulgaria

 - Croatia -> Hungary

 - Cyprus and Greece -> 

Cyprus and Greece

 - Denmark -> Sweden

 - France, Iceland, Israel, Lithuania, Netherlands, Spain, Switzerland  - > Portugal

-  Moldova -> Romania

* The first thirteen songs of the final received more votes than the songs of the second half (2499 vs 2373 points) even though six of the top 10 were in the bottom half.

* Israel had the biggest change between the semi final and the final. They finished 3rd in the semi final; 23rd in the final, 

* Other countries that saw a large change were:

 - Denmark who slipped 10 places from the semi final to finish 20th;

 - Cyprus who were 5th in semi final and 21st in the final;

 - Greece were 10th in the semi and 19th in the final

 - Poland were 9th and 22nd in the final.

 - Belarus were 9th in the other semi final and finished 17th.

* Two countries achieved exactly the same placing in the final and semi final; Portugal and Belgium.

* Bulgaria’s score in the semi finals (403) is the highest ever in a semi final.



THIS IS SO INTERESTING ACTUALLY

#eurovision2017 #eurovision

#ESCCovers
#EurovisionSouthAfrica

Sonskyn was created when two exquisite artists Marlé Fourie and Tertius Swanepoel with the most incredible voices decided they want to do something out of the ordinary and therefore started the band Sonskyn and released their duo album called “Vat my hand” early 2017. Their album consist of ballads and energetic songs just like both artists are full of energy.

On the CD is several Eurovision covers, among them Hungary 2015, Norway 2015 and the Czech republic 2015 in Afrikaans and Estonia 2015 and Poland 2015 in English.

#ESCCovers
#EurovisionSouthAfrica

SPECIAL COMPILATION CD
ESCCovers website and Eurovision South Africa are teaming up to bring out a special compilation CD. The working title so far is THE VOICE OF EUROVISION - THE SOUTH AFRICAN WAY.

We have just started with the project but that main features so far are
1 - It is a compilation CD featuring no less than 14 but not more than 20 COVERS of ACTUAL EUROVISION songs.
2 - 90% of the covers will be by SOUTH AFRICAN artists but here and there a foreign singer will be included.
3 - 90% of the covers will be in AFRIKAANS but again here and there another language like Russian and Italian will be added for interest sake (especially when it comes to duets).
4 - There will be just ONE cover by COUNTRY, so no country will be on the compilation with one than one song.
5 - With plus minus 50 countries in EUROVISION, it is obvious there won't be songs from various countries. This is not on purpose but just practical as it is one CD with about 60 minutes of playing time and with Eurovision songs being 3 minutes in length, the maximum we can fit in is 20 songs, thus 20 countries.
6 - The majority of the covers will be from 2017 Eurovision songs, but not exclusive.There will be some from other years.
7 - The majority of artists are students at a vocal school and it is their chance to have something on CD - most of them have not as yet recorded a full CD.
8 - We are open for singers to still be part of the project, although space is limited. Interested singers can write to roy@esccovers.com to see if they can be accommodated - it could be that the song you want to do, has been allocated to someone already or you want to do a song from a country already taken.
9 - The deadline is 8 SEPTEMBER 2017. Only songs received by that day will be considered for inclusion and so it will be on a first come basis.
10 - Right now the idea is that 1000 copies of the compilation will be printed for commercial release and each artist on the compilation will benefit equally according to certain rules. Once the 1000 CD's are sold out, and there is still interest, a further production run could happen, but for the time being, we consider a run of 1000 copies to also have it fairly exclusive.
11 - Marketing will happen on ESC COVERS and EUROVISION SOUTH AFRICA websites and facebooks, as well as through other EUROVISION fan clubs, but each of the individual artists on the compilation is free to publicize this on their facebooks and websites.
12 - We do not foresee as yet that it will be available in CD shops.

This is more or less the important aspects of the compilation and should anybody need more information, please contact us at roy@esccovers.com

Right now several songs have been allocated to singers and we can list those having been taken (three have already supplied us with the songs). Of course it can happen that forever reason a song is not finished by 8 September and then it won't appear on the compilation.
01 - Albania 2017
02 - Australia 2017
03 - Austria 2017
04 - Belgium 2017
05 - Bulgaria 2017
06 - Croatia 2017
07 - Czech republic 2016
08 - Denmark 2016
09 - Estonia 2012
10 - Hungary 2015
11 - Lithuania 2012
12 - Malta 2017
13 - Portugal 2017
14 - Romania 2017
15 - San Marino 2017
16 - Slovenia 2017

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