“Kënga magjike” a festival on the way to fall

On Wednesday and Thursday, 6-7 December, started the “Kenga Magjike” festival  a festival that brings on stage confirmed singers in our country and young singers as well, selected by a jury to join the big singers. Recalling this Festival during years used to have good selection of songs and has always been a festival followed by all ages. Although the singers did not sing live, the festival was giving emotions, shows and novels. Since several years this festival is being sung live so all the participants in the three nights of the festival have to sing live. How much do you work and how many singers did these two evenings? Not to put them all in one category we must say that good songs were just like conditions even singers who managed to master the scene with their vocals and performance, the rest of the competitors left to be desired. Since the production of songs, their weak orchestration and intonational fluctuations. One question to ask is whether the songs are difficult to sing or the singers are not as able as to sing for three minutes of intonation and emotion? We have also mentioned other times that being a singer requires intensive work and not everyone who has been born to be part of this field. The idea of ​​this live singing festival is to be backed up as the public is able to differentiate and differentiate between singers who disclose vocals and emotions of living and pseudo-singers. If this festival is intended to be a festival with a level where each song is good and the singer knows how to sing the song correctly, then in the selection that the production of the festival made some songs and singers should not be accepted. The Magic Song seems to be heading towards the fall, and if it continues, it will turn into one of those festivals that nobody cares to see. On Saturday evening will be the finalization of this festival, we wish the best songs were selected in the final and the singers voted right to crown the winner.

/Matilda Gjika/

 

 

 

 

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