Explore the realm of Eurovision Song Contest.


SONG MATCH matches selected Eurovision Song Contest songs with the realm of Eurovision Song Contest songs or the collection of western pop music.


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MOOD OF EUROPE shows the current mood of Europe based on Twitter tweets related to the European Song Contest.


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Match selected songs with the realm of all Eurovision Song Contest songs and/or more than 10,000 most popular the Western pop songs by ticking the boxes.
The match is as good as possible within the realm of songs for comparison, but there might not necessarily be a very close match.

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Match selected songs based on these aspect of them.
  • Tempo is the perceived number of beats per minute.
  • Rhythm defines the rhythmic structure.
  • Mood defines the overall positive or negative expressed mood of the song.
  • Melody defines characteristic melodic elements of the song.
  • Energy defines the energy level of the song.
  • Timbre defines the characteristic color of the music. Timbre is what makes notes of two instruments with same pitch and loudness sounding different.
The comparison is based on automated analysis that involves some uncertainty; however, the analysis is continuously improved based on your shares and feedback.

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  • Tempo is the perceived number of beats per minute.
  • Rhythm defines the rhythmic structure.
  • Mood defines the overall positive or negative expressed mood of the song.
  • Melody defines characteristic melodic elements of the song.
  • Energy defines the energy level of the song.
  • Timbre defines the characteristic color of the music. Timbre is what makes notes of two instruments with same pitch and loudness sounding different.
The comparison is based on automated analysis that involves some uncertainty; however, the analysis is continuously improved based on your shares and feedback.
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Mood Map

See the Eurovison twitter mood across Europe.

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Mood Timeline

24 hour timeline of the mood of Europe in selected countries based on Tweets linked to the Eurovision Song Contest.

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Tweets

Some of the tweets behind the current Eurovision mood

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