Just two days after recording the symphony orchestra version of the song Nije ljubav stvar, (Synonym), we have two new surprises from Zeljko Joksimovic workshop.
Serbian representative at the Eurovision Song Contest 2012 in Baku, Zeljko Joksimovic is shooting the official video clip for the song, directed by the famous photographer Nebojsa Babic.
This new video presentation of the song that will be representing our country at the prestigious music contest in May is not an ordinary presentation, it has another aspect to it. Namely, in cooperation with Nenad Mahmutovic Joksimovic will make it possible for hearing impaired persons to follow the words of the song “Nije ljubav stvar”. Mahmutovic will translate the lyrics into sign language for all those who were not able to hear to the song throughout Europe. Mahmutovic is the winner of the local “I’ve got talent” 2011 Show.
This type of communication that the Serbian representative at the Eurovision Song Contest is using is a unique example so far with regard to the preparations of European representatives for the Baku contest. Serbian song will be the first entry at the second Eurovision semi-final on May 24 in the Baku Crystal Hall.
Equally interesting as the video clip that is in the works at the moment is the instrumental video version Zeljko Joksimovic and his creative team have presented last night describing it as a “Summer” version.
This unusual and original audio-visual work is two minutes forty seconds long and is bound to bring smiles on people’s faces.
In this version of the song, the composer of the Serbian entry in Baku plays or mimics the sound of fifteen different instruments!
Besides Internet and social networks, this version of the song is also available on iPhones and Android operating systems.
While Eurovision audiences are expecting to hear the symphony orchestra version of the Serbian Eurovision song for Baku - “Nije ljubav stvar”, they can already hear the instrumental version, and the versions in Russian, English, and Serbian of course.
You can listen to the instrumental “Summer” version of the song at