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Keine Grenzen – Żadnych granic "Keine Grenzen - Żadnych granic" (English translation: "No Borders") was the Polish entry in the Eurovision Song Contest 2003, performed in German, Polish and Russian by Ich Troje.
Keine Grenzen – Żadnych granic The song is a dramatic ballad, in which the singers express their desire to be astronauts, gazing down from space at the earth. As well as the beauty of the spectacle, they sing that from that distance it is impossible to see borders, flags and warfare. The theme of the need for peace is underscored by the multilingual lyrics, in which Polish is performed alongside the languages of two neighbouring states which have historically fought with Poland. (The song received the maximum 12 points from Germany but none from Russia.)
Keine Grenzen – Żadnych granic The song was performed twentieth on the night (following France's Louisa Baïleche with "Monts et merveilles" and preceding Latvia's F.L.Y. with "Hello From Mars"). At the close of voting, it had received 90 points, placing 7th in a field of 26 - Poland's most successful result since their second-place on debut in 1994 with "To nie ja!".
Keine Grenzen – Żadnych granic It was succeeded as Polish representative at the 2004 Contest by Blue Café with "Love Song".
Bar 3 (TV Poland) Bar Bez Granic is the third local season of the reality The Bar in Poland.
Video game controversies In 2013, Isabela Granic and colleagues at Radboud University Nijmegen, the Netherlands, argued that even violent video games may promote learning, health, and social skills, but that not enough games had been developed to treat mental health problems. Granic et al. noted that both camps have valid points, and a more balanced perspective and complex picture is necessary.
Poland in the Eurovision Song Contest 2003 Poland was represented by the band Ich Troje, with the song '"Keine Grenzen-Żadnych granic", at the 2003 Eurovision Song Contest, which took place on 24 May in Riga, Latvia. Poland returned to Eurovision after an enforced one-year absence following relegation after a poor result in 2001, and for the first time since joining Eurovision in 1994, broadcaster TVP opted to choose their entry through a public final rather than via internal selection. "Keine Grenzen-Żadnych granic" was chosen as the Polish entry at the national final, named Piosenka dla Europy, on 25 January, although there were technical problems with the voting which caused a degree of controversy.
Monts et merveilles The song was performed nineteenth on the night (following Norway's Jostein Hasselgård with "I'm Not Afraid To Move On" and preceding Poland's Ich Troje with "Keine Grenzen-Żadnych granic"). At the close of voting, it had received 19 points, placing 18th in a field of 26.
Ich Troje On 25 January 2003, Polish TV viewers chose Ich Troje to represent them in 2003 Eurovision Song Contest by televoting. They performed a song called "Keine Grenzen-Żadnych granic", which was sung in three languages: (Polish, German, and Russian). The song finished seventh. A fully German version of the song was recorded as well.
Bohdan Pociej In his books, "Mahler" and "Romantyzm bez granic (Romanticism without borders)", Pociej described three stages of musical imagination in the Romantic composers: musical craftsmanship, emotionality, and “pure inwardness revealed in music” (expression of objective feelings so that they are experienced spiritually by the listener). The attainment of this third stage he asserted to be rare, appearing in the works of (Schubert, Mahler and Bruckner).