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Wednesday, 15 May 2013 09:25

Malta: 'Tomorrow' Released in Swedish

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Tomorrow, sung by Gianluca Bezzina to the music and lyrics of Dean Muscat and Boris Cezek will be representing Malta in the second semi-final of this years' edition of the Eurovision Song Contest as many have surely heard in recent weeks. Written in English, the song has been translated into Spanish and following a couple of rehearsals and promotional visits across the host city, it has also been translated into Swedish by television characters; Igo and Petter. The new track bears the name Imorgon. 

Dr Igor Zindovic is a doctor at Skane University Hospital (SUS) cardiac surgery department in Lund whilst Petter Oest is studying to become a doctor at Lund University. This doctor and soon-to-be doctor are both famous on television in Sweden. Igor is currently playing the leading role in a television series called ‘Junior Doctors’ and Petter hosts the show called ’Bacillakuten’.  The lyrics of ‘Imorgon’ are kept to the general feeling of the song, keeping faithful to the original version as much as possible. 

The video used for the promotion of this version features the several tour visits across the host city that Gianluca and his team of musicians have encountered including the visit to the SUS hospital which specializes in pediatric intensive care for children from really young ages to adolescents from all over Sweden. The same video also includes shots of Gianluca meeting other Eurovision Stars, including Loreen, last year’s Eurovision winner representing Sweden, and also other meets with various singers from this year. 

Amongst them being Koza Mostra (Greece), Sopho & Nodi (Georgia), Valentina Monetta (San Marino), Krista Siegfrids (Finland), Marco Mengoni (Italy), Eythor Ingi (Iceland), Cezar (Romania) and Bonnie Tyler (United Kingdom). Gianluca will be performing Tomorrow to the general public tomorrow evening within the second semi-final, where I will be leading the commentary team with guests bloggers including Davinia, the second runner-up of the Malta Eurovision Song Contest and Christabelle, four time winner of the Best Solo Artist at the Bay Music Awards. Stay tuned to for more of the latest news.

Source: TVM

Last modified on Wednesday, 15 May 2013 09:50
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