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  • Ari
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    Re: Eurovision 2011

    pathetic

    the people who picked our song should all be sacked

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  • Eddo211
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    Last edited by Eddo211; 06-11-2011, 01:15 PM.

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  • Mos
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    ....

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  • Mos
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    Re: Eurovision 2011

    Originally posted by gegev View Post
    17 years past and still running scared, not bad, they did learn the Arthakh war lesson.
    լավն էր ապեր

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  • Federate
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    Such a great song!

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  • gegev
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    Originally posted by retro View Post
    Well the title of Azerbaijan's Eurovision song was "Running Scared".
    17 years past and still running scared, not bad, they did learn the Arthakh war lesson.
    Last edited by gegev; 05-16-2011, 09:48 AM.

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  • retro
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    Originally posted by gegev View Post
    These Azeri aren't bad in singing, but at the battle field in Arthakh, according to world opinion; looked like Gray Lambs.
    Well the title of Azerbaijan's Eurovision song was "Running Scared".

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  • Federate
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    Originally posted by gegev View Post
    These Azeri aren't bad in singing[/B]
    Պապիկ ջան, շատ ես սխալվում։ Մուղամը երգել չի, կոկորդի ցավ ունենալ է։
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    Ադրբեջանը իր նավթադոլարներով հարամեց նաև Եվրատեսիլ-ը




    ԱԺ ԲՀԿ պատգամավոր Նաիրա Զոհրաբյանն այսօր մեզ հետ զրույցում, կարծիք հայտնելով Եվրատեսիլ մրցույթում Ադրբեջանի հաղթանակի մասին, նշեց, որ այդ մրցույթը չի դիտել և երբևէ չի դիտում, որովհետև այն համարում է շատ ցածրաճաշակ և ցածրորակ երաժշտական մրցույթ-մրցանակաբաշխություն:

    Բացարձակ երբեք չեմ նայել, այս անգամ ևս չեմ նայել պարզապես մի քանի երաժշտագետներ ինձ հետ հանդիպման ընթացքում փոխանցել են իրենց կարծիքը, որ Ադրբեջանի ներկայացուցչի երգն ու կատարումը հաստատ ներկայացված լավագույն երգը չէր և հաղթող չէր կարող լինել:

    Ցավում եմ, որ նման մշակութային միջոցառումները ևս կամաց-կամաց քաղաքական նրբերանգներ են ստանում, որն էլ իր հերթին ուղղակիորեն արժեզրկում է այդ կարգի երաժշտական մշակութային մրցանակաբաշխությունների բուն նպատակը: Ես կուզեի, որ Հայաստանը ավելի բարձորակ և բարձրաճաշակ մրցույթների մասնակցեր, թեկուզ դասական, քան այդ կարգի շոուների, որտեղ, ցավոք սրտի, գնալով քաղաքական տարրը նկատելի է դառնում: Ադրբեջանը իր նավթադոլարներով արդեն կարողանում է հարցեր լուծել այլևս ոչ միայն միջազգային քաղաքական հարթակներում, այլև փորձում է հարամել մշակութային միջոցառումները: Նույնիսկ այնպիսի ցածրաճաշակ միջոցառում, ինչպիսին այդ Եվրատեսիլ կոչեցյալն է,- նկատեց Նաիրա Զոհրաբյանը:

    http://1in.am/arm/armenia_arts_19752.html

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  • gegev
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    These Azeri aren't bad in singing, but at the battle field in Arthakh, according to world opinion; looked like Gray Lambs.

    I think their military orchestra sound great at Arthakh war, but alas ... it isn't that important at the battle field.
    Last edited by gegev; 05-16-2011, 01:36 AM.

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  • Tigranakert
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    http://www.huliq.com/1/2011-eurovisi...t-war-karabakh

    How can we forget?!! I want to tell u about yesterday. When we heard that we won 1st place we became happy. But didn't forget about Karabakh!!!! You can see that in every azerbaijanian web pages. Not only in azerbaijanian! For example search for someone (Azerbaijanian) in facebook. You will see the comments! I saw this comment more than 10 times - " we won Esc and hope to get back our Karabakh too!!!!" . I hope to get back OUR Karabakh too!!! And we will!!! Maybe now but maybe 2..5..10 years later but we will!!! .................................. Sry for my English)) (i am only 13)

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