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May 19, 2014

About Tune “Rise Like A Phoenix” Conchita Sings

About Tune “Rise Like A Phoenix” Conchita Sings

This is a video of Ms. Conchita Wurst singing in a contest.  She sang so well as expected and it is a matter of course that she won the contest.  It is unthinkable for me to pick up the same article for three days in a row.  I’ve finally found the answer.  I have found that a song titled “Rise Like A Phoenix” sung by Conchita has been conveyed to Earth by Hikarihanatsumi, my wife in heavenly world, who wrote this song.  I want to know the meaning of lyrics at some future day.

Masatoshi Takeshita
April 12, 2014

English translation of an excerpt of the Japanese edition of The Voice of Russia – May 11, 2014 –

2014 Eurovision Song Contest : Mysterious Beauty, Representative of Austria, Wins Contest (Video)

In the “2014 Eurovision Song Contest” held in Copenhagen, the capital of Denmark, an Austria singer Ms. Conchita Wurst sang a song titled “Rise like a Phoenix” and won a championship.

The Tolmachey Sisters (Maria and Anastasia), 17-year-old Russian twins, received 89 points and ended at 7th place.  The twins were born in Kursk on January 14, 1997.  They were youngest contestants.
The sisters have won many music contests since childhood and won the Junior Eurovision 2006 in Bucharest, Romania with their songs “Spring Jazz.”
The Eurovision Song Contest has been held since 1956.  Russia won the 2008 Contest, where Dima Bilan sang a song “Believe.”

English translation of an excerpt from the Japaneseedition of Wall Street Journal – May 10, 2014 –

“Beard Lady” Wins Eurovision Contest – Aftereffect of Ukrainian Crisis

[Copenhagen] The “Eurovision Song Contest 2014” final show was held here on 10.  An Austrian singer, Conchita Wurst, well known as “bearded lady,” won the contest.

Ms. Wurst in drag, the alter-ego of 25-year-old singer Thomas Neuwirth, won the contest with a song titled “Rise Like A Phoenix.”
Sporting a skintight glittery dress, long brown hair and a beard, she became the target of criticism, while getting praise from viewers.

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