The Eurovision winner Alexander Rybak in Slovakia.
Alexander took part in the TV-show “Chart Show” which this time had the topic the biggest hits in Eurovision. Alexander’s “Fairytale” was ranked as number one and here you can watch his performance and interview in the show:
You all remember his song.
Source for text and videos: Markize.sk. Translation by Peťa Pítý Hauserová .
The talented young man represented Norway at the prestigious competition twice.
In 2009 he won the prestigious competition Eurovision Song Contest. Alexander Rybak, who was born in Belarus but represented Norway, won in a sovereign way. He got until then the highest number of points ever awarded.
With his “Fairytale”, to which he himself accompanied on the violin, he convinced most of the voting countries, where the song eventually became number one on the hit lists.
Last year, the talented young man represented Norway at the prestigious competition again. With the song “That’s How You Write A Song”, he didn’t repeat the success from years ago. Recently, however, he came to the Chart Show, where they rank the song (Fairytale) among the the biggest hits of Eurovision.
An interview presented by Marzika TV before the show eas broadcast. Translation by Peťa Pítý Hauserová .
Fred Astaire (born Frederick Austerlitz; May 10, 1899 – June 22, 1987) was an American dancer, singer, actor, choreographer and television presenter. As well as being the 30th anniversary of the death of probably the world’s most eminent dancer, 2017 is also the 70th anniversary of Fred Astaire Dance Studios. Co-founded by this exceptional artist in 1947, the chain now boasts 170 franchised studios around the world.
For this album Rainer C. Regatschnig, Wolfgang Lohr and Justin Fidèle teamed up in order to explore how the original songs of Fred Astaire would sound with a contemporary arrangement and sung by some of the most energetic and still sensitive singers of nowadays.
Click on this picture for the audio-overwiev with extracts from the tracks:
Alexander Rybak – The piano man, the opera phantom and the entertainer – What more can we ask for 🙂
A new creative and funny video from Alexander 🙂 This time we also can enjoy his great piano skills and not to mention his falsetto. Below you also will find some screenshots from the video. Watch and enjoy 🙂
The performance of the song on the opening show can now be watched here
Alexander is one of the 24 artists who takes part in the official anthem for World Championship handball in Qatar 2015. He is representing Belarus, who participates in the WC with their national team. Read more about this unique project that brought together 24 musicians and artists from around the world to create the official song of the 24th Men’s Handball World Championship on 2015 Hanball’s website.
Article in Norwegian press: TV2.no, translated with googlish here.
In this video Alexander talks about the importance of classical music as a solid grounding for any musician. Pablo Lopez from Spain talks about the importance of sharing in an artists career. The culmination is a beautiful, spontaneous, improvisation between the two on the violin and piano. Video by Jim Shreim. Found by Ulli C.
The lyrics, free download for mp3 and several exclusive ringtones you will find here
Lyrics of the song have been provided by Amir Teima and Shady Ahmed, and the music is composed by the Norwegian Sveinung S Nygaard.
You can listen pieces of each song from new album in this beautiful video, made by Tessa Lande 🙂
01:THE CHRISTMAS SONG / 03:59
02: WINTER WONDERLAND / 03:38
03: LET IT SNOW / 02:16
04: HAVE YOURSELF A MERRY LITTLE CHRISTMAS / 03:47
05: TELL ME WHEN / 04:29
06: SANTA CLAUS IS COMING TO TOWN / 02:39
07: BABY IT’S COLD OUTSIDE / 02:57
08: RUDOLPH THE RED-NOSED REINDEER / 02:48
09: PRESENTS / 03:45
10: SILVER BELLS / 03:29
11: I’LL BE HOME FOR CHRISTMAS / 04:52
12: SILENT NIGHT / 04:11
The 2009 Eurovision winner, Alexander Rybak, will be performing in Serbia’s second largest city and the capital of Northern Serbia, Novi Sad. Rybak will perform on August 21 at 20.00 CET at the Freedom Square in the city centre as part of the Cantat Novi Sad Festival, which promotes young talent. Each year the festival tries to attract big names. Last year, French sensation ZAZ was the guest of honour.
In a special video posted on the festival’s official website, Rybak invites everyone to come along and have some fun. Novi Sad, nicknamed the “Athens of Serbia”, is no stranger to hosting big music stars. Each year it plays host to “Exit”, one of the biggest music festivals in Europe. Alexander Rybak still holds the record for the biggest Eurovision win in history.