Azerbaijani singer to combine national traditions with modern technologies during her performance at ‘Eurovision-2012’ song contest

Sabina Babayeva, a singer representing the Republic of Azerbaijan at the ‘Eurovision-2012’ song contest, will combine national traditions with modern technologies during  her final performance at the ‘Eurovision-2012’ song contest. According to information provided by ICTnews, S.Babayeva will appear on the stage wearing a unique costume with video projection.  She will be the first singer to use this special technical effect in the history of this song contest. 

Excellent performance of the ‘When the Music Dies’ ballade by the Azerbaijani singer will be insured by the combination of the latest technology and special visual effects with S.Babayeva’s perfect vocal qualities.

The special equipment was tested for the first time by S.Babayeva and her group during their  second rehearsal of the song on May 20, 2012.  S.Babayeva will be joined on stage by the legendary mugam singer Alim Qasimov and three backing vocalists in order to acquaint  the audience with reach musical traditions of Azerbaijan.    

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