The first pyromusical competitor over the last weekend was Finland’s OY Pyroman Finland Ltd. They are Finland’s leading supplier of pyrotechniques and special effects and have been in the fireworks industry for more than 15 years now led by owner and CEO, Mr Markku Aalto, from Helsinki.
Some of their other projects include Eurovision 2010 Oslo, the Vancouver OlympicGames, and the NightWish World Tour 2007-2009.
3rd Philippine International Pyromusical Competition at SM Mall of Asia
They lit up the sky of the Bayside of SM Mall of Asia for about 17 minutes starting with a fast-paced song and ending in a melodramatic melody. Some of the bystanders considered the latter part of the musical as lacking in excitement but I would commend arrangement and synchronization with the music which is s main part of a pyromusical – for the fireworks to be in-sync with the accompanying music. This is where Finland’s Pyromusical show excelled.
Moreover, without seeing week 2 but having witnessed a number of pyromusicals from the previous years, Finland showed a number of new firework varieties new to me.
Here is my personal recording of Finland’s Pyromusical Video last February 25, 2012.
Philippine International Pyromusical Competition featuring Finland
Continue to be marveled as music and fireworks come together with more pyromusical shows from China and the Netherlands on March 3, 2012 this coming Saturday at the 2012 Philippine International Pyromusical Competition in SM Mall of Asia. First, what can you say about Finland’s Pyromusical show?
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