Yours truly and CATcerto, by Lithuanian composer Mindaugas Piecaitis, was featured on an episode of the Russian TV show, “The Battle of Psychics.” How about that?
Here’s how it works: A human psychic is isolated in a sound proof booth and a piece of music or other audio is played for the audience. The sound is also connected to a large circular bowl or disc of some sort with a thin layer of sand on the surface. The sound cause the sand to bounce around, forming patterns. After the sound has been played, the psychic is then invited to view the sand patterns and attempt to guess the sound or music.
Personally, I don’t understand Ukrainian, but I get the feeling the psychic guessed correctly. Perhaps, one of my Ukrainian fans can let me know.
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Wow, Nora! This is amazing!! Congratulations on conquering Russia!!
Nora, the world loves you!
can someone translate what she said please
Lady: A lot of people. Its like they are all concentrating and looking at something. They are experiencing positive emotions. Maybe its a concert of some sort. This music is very calm and also very sweet. I dont know exactly, but the feeling I get is of presense of animals.
Man – what could it be?
Lady- Let’s call it a concert in the zoo!
Thank you so much for the translation, Julia.