Junior Eurovision: Belarus launches final version of “Sokal”

Nadezhda Misyakova has just announced on her official VK page the version she will be singing on November 15 in Malta. Listen to it below:



14-year-old Nadezhda Misyakova will represent Belarus at Junior Eurovision 2014 with the song “Sokal” (Falcon in Belarussian) written by Nadya herself, when she was only 12, and arranged by the participant of Eurovision selections Uzari.

“During my performance I’m looking for a young boy who can turn into a bird falcon, my song is based on a beautiful Slavic fairy-tale “FINIST THE BRIGHT FALCON”. The main hero -a girl Maryushka – is looking for a bird – independent Bright Falcon, who eventually turns into a handsome young man.

In the performance we use Belarus national musical instrument called Gudy. According to the text of a fairy tale girl has worn 3 iron staves, while looking for a falcon.”

Read more about Nadezhda Misyakova and her song “Sokal” here.

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