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Holland’s Song Festival entry adjusts pitch after criticism: “Now he sings instead of shouting” |  music

Holland’s Song Festival entry adjusts pitch after criticism: “Now he sings instead of shouting” | music

musicMia Nicolay and Dionne Cooper, the Dutch entries for the Eurovision Song Contest, have their song “Burning Daylight” Edit after criticism. The song is now sung a tone and a half higher. Backing vocals also go into the Liverpool song scene. The duo said this Friday night on a Dutch TV talk show. “The modification means that he is now suddenly singing, instead of screaming and fighting.”

Nikolai and Cooper sang an acoustic version of the song on the show, with the two primarily using their head voice. “It went really well for me,” said an emotional Duncan Lawrence, who co-wrote the song and coached the duo after the performance. “I know better than anyone how much is going to come at you. Even if you are experienced, the Eurovision Song Contest is not easy.”

The Eurovision duet has received a lot of criticism in recent weeks after two shows were not sung properly. Although alarm bells didn’t ring immediately after the first show, they did after the second performance they gave. “If a second time it goes wrong, you have to scratch your head,” Dion said, and admitted that he and Mia were “already fighting” over “Burning Daylight” six years ago. “The song is actually quite hard on our voices.” Nikolai added that she sang the song with “less fun”. “Because it was a little too difficult.”

To fix the problem with the song, a solution had to be found. It is found by singing the song a tone and a half higher. “It means that she is now suddenly singing, instead of screaming and fighting.”

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