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Best Composition 2017: and the Frida goes to…


FridaEurovision Times Awards 2017 – Every year, the summer is the calm after the storm so it’s the perfect time to resume the “Eurovision Times Awards” to give prizes to the best in every category! After a week in this category, it’s time to announce the winner and hand out the Frida. So who will win?

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Technical Awards

Best Composition

TheET Awards five entries nominated were:

  • Azerbaijan‘ music by Isa Melikov
  • Belgium‘s music by Pierre Dumoulin & Emmanuel Delcourt
  • Finland‘s music by Lasse Piirainen & Leena Tirronen
  • Italy‘s music by Francesco Gabbani, Filippo Gabbani & Luca Chiaravalli
  • Portugal‘s music by Luísa Sobral

 

Former winners are: “Birds” (Netherlands, 2013), “Calm After The Storm” (Netherlands, 2014), “Rhythm Inside” (Belgium, 2015) and “1944” (Ukraine, 2016). And the Frida goes to…

PORTUGAL

Amar Pelos Dois” was performed by Salvador Sobral. Representing Portugal in the Eurovision Song Contest 2017, it was written and composed by Luísa Sobral. It won with 758 points. Nominated eight times overall in ET Awards 2017, “Best Composition” is its first so far! Congratulations!

You can click here to look at the full recommendations and nominations from last week’s article! There were 78 recommendations for 13 countries in the first round and 135 votes were cast in an open poll, in exactly one week, among the 5 nominees. The complete detailed results will be announced once all polls are closed so in another week!

Now let’s watch the winning entry once more, for Luísa Sobral’s music:

23 comments on “Best Composition 2017: and the Frida goes to…

  1. second year in a row the esc winner wins “best composition”; also in 2014, 2015, 2016 the winner of this category won “best entry”! a sign?

  2. First award for Portugal, and 4 totally different winners so far!

  3. No bubble winner here, Shevek? :P

    • If ‘Amar pelos dois’ did not win this award, something would very wrong with the world. :) But, yes, the winning song is not the bubble’s favourite, even though there are people in it who love it.

  4. I’d be shocked with any other result although i really love Belgium too.

  5. Good :)

  6. First winner that makes sense to me. :)

  7. Well anything else would have been a surprise…

  8. The winners have been relatively spread so far. If I remember 2014 correctly, the Common Linnets won almost all possible categories…

  9. Finally a win that makes perfect sense, however any of these nominations would have been a worthy winner tbh!

    I might have been a little hard on the Bulgarian win before as technically there was no wrong in his singing, but who could blame me, when Salvador freaking killed it vocally. Imo that was what Salvador and Portugal overall excelled at this year, hence my frustration. I do hope that it doesn’t turn into The Netherlands 2014 with Bulgaria this year…

  10. Congratulations Luísa! :D

  11. Expected and deserved! :)

  12. Congratulations to Azerbaijan Belgium and Finland for their well deserved nominations and great compositions.

  13. Salvador was not able to accept Fallon’s invitation due to heavy touring agenda. ITV’s Good Morning Britain and the Royal House from Sweden (I’m so sorry if this is not the correct way to say it) have invited him as well.
    Source:
    http://www.msn.com/pt-pt/entretenimento/musica/salvador-sobral-recusa-convite-de-jimmy-fallon/ar-BBBPGgh?li=AAl4orZ&ocid=spartanntp

    • To be honest I think it’s good that he got invitations from all those international shows whether he accepted or not, as I understand “Good Morning Britian” is kind of tacky stuff at least from my journalist point of view but it’s good to see a European interest, am sure such things haven’t happened in the last few years of ESC, I am still hoping with an interview 1-2-1 in Spanish or Catalan with him, that would be great as a journalist! and thanks again for your previous link via the TVP debate, it was very interesting from both a journalistic and content point of view :-)!

  14. Good result. :)

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