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Thread: HUNGARY 2014 - András Kállay-Saunders - Running

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    HUNGARY 2014 - András Kállay-Saunders - Running







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    re: HUNGARY 2014 - András Kállay-Saunders - Running

    GIGI RADICS
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    Radics Gigi or Cserpes Laura would be a good choice I think.
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    Hungary doesn't need some wail singer with some dated ballad...

    THIS is the type of music that Hungary needs!

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    I really hope that the surprise/dark horse success of Hungary 2013 (which is Hungary's third best position to date since its debut) will make Hungary confident enough to continue sending entries in their awesome language and dare to try different things musically aswell.
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    They should maintain their music style of the last 3 years in the ESC. And definitely something like 2013 : )! They have one of the best music taste, among with Estonia.
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    re: HUNGARY 2014 - András Kállay-Saunders - Running

    Quote Originally Posted by A-lister View Post
    I really hope that the surprise/dark horse success of Hungary 2013 (which is Hungary's third best position to date since its debut) will make Hungary confident enough to continue sending entries in their awesome language and dare to try different things musically aswell.
    I think this year it was the uniqueness of the song, and less the language that gave Hungary a good finish. My mum really liked the song, and said she found it quite relaxing. There's no doubt in my mind though, that for that type of song, Hungarian can work well.
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    Oh yes, the Hungarian song of this year was excellent - this rythm and his voice were brilliant. I hope for a similar good song next year. And good news, that Hungary confirms participation.

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    re: HUNGARY 2014 - András Kállay-Saunders - Running

    Quote Originally Posted by QwaarJet View Post
    I think this year it was the uniqueness of the song, and less the language that gave Hungary a good finish. My mum really liked the song, and said she found it quite relaxing. There's no doubt in my mind though, that for that type of song, Hungarian can work well.
    I think it's a combo of language and song, I think that's the case in most cases. If you'd sing it in English it would sound like many indie/hipster-ish tracks out there, Hungarian makes it even more "odd" (in a good way) in this context.

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