Nespáľme to krásne v nás

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"Nespáľme to krásne v nás"
The artists promoting the song at the Slovak annual awards "Slávik", after a wide range of publicity that followed Gombitová's frustration concerning the final version of their work.
Single by Miro Žbirka and Marika Gombitová
from the album Modrý album
Released 2001 (2001)
Format CDS
Recorded 2001
Genre Pop music
Length 03:22
Label Universal
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Producer(s)
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Music video
"Nespáľme to krásne v nás" on YouTube
Marika Gombitová singles chronology
"Paradiso"
(1994)
"Nespáľme to krásne v nás"
(2001)

Nespáľme to krásne v nás (English: Let's Not Burn The Beauty In Us) is a song by Miro Žbirka and Marika Gombitová released on Universal in 2001.[1]

The duet was the first collaboration of the artists since their common hit "V slepých uličkách" from 1980. Originally, the composition was issued on the Žbirka's twelfth studio set Modrý album (2003), while available also on the Gombitová's multi-platinum greatest hits compilation Vyznanie (2007) in addition.

In 2005, the artists recorded altogether another song called "Tajnosľubná", which was used as the main theme of a TV-series Medzi nami.[2]

Credits and personnel[edit]

Official versions[edit]

  1. "Nespáľme to krásne v nás" - Studio version I, 2001
  2. "Nespáľme to krásne v nás" - Studio version II, 2001

Controversies[edit]

Initially, the composition was to be premiered at the Slovak national beauty pageant show Miss Slovakia. However, Gombitová refused to appear that night, claiming that she had not been satisfied with the final version. Žbirka had to perform only himself, eventually, presenting one of his solo tracks.[3] The case was widely discussed by Slovak and Czech media, by means of which, Gombitová urged Žbirka to re-arrange the song.

Furthermore, according to the authors of Gombitová's 2008 self-titled biography, the duet should have been released on the Žbirka's album without a prior permition from the female vocalist and, therefore, she was not paid for her featured contribution. Žbirka turned down such charges.[4][5] After an agreement that followed six months later, both artists in person presented the work (in the meantime re-arranged as claimed in behalf of Gombitová) during the Slovak annual awards "Slávik" in 2001, at Istropolis in Bratislava. In 2005, they worked together back again on "Tajnosľubná", which was released on the Žbirka's following album Dúhy (Universal).

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References[edit]

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  1. ^ For Marika Gombitová's discography, see Lehotský 2008a, pp. 54–56..
  2. ^ "Žbirka's Legacy To Marika Gombitová: Without You, There's No Point Doing It!". Nový čas (in Slovak). Zoznam.sk. 2007-06-22. topky.sk. Retrieved 2011-05-01. 
  3. ^ Wilková, Scarlett (2003-01-16). "Gombitová: Doubts And Pain Win Over Fame". Mladá fronta DNES (in Czech). MAFRA. idnes.cz. Retrieved 2011-05-01. 
  4. ^ Přibyl, Martin; Kupčík, Milan (2--8-11-09). "Marika Gombitová: Quarrels With Žbirka! She Says He Used Their Duet Without Approval And She Didn't Get A Penny!". Aha! (in Czech). Ringier Axel Springer CZ. ahaonline.cz. Retrieved 2011-05-01.  Check date values in: |date= (help)
  5. ^ "Miro Žbirka: I Want Another Duet With Gombitová!". Aha! (in Czech). Ringier Axel Springer CZ. 2010-10-11. ahanoline.cz. Retrieved 2011-05-01. 

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