The lyrics of the song are the work of the musician Ralph Eiland, but the musical material was created in collaboration with composer and producer Reini Briģis, as well as the leader of the “Liepaja Music Orchestra” Jānis Ivuškāns, who has created a special arrangement for the orchestra.
The video was filmed under the direction of Indulis Pelnēns, the video artist of “Fontaine Hotel”, which reflects the artistic features of Liepāja. Sound recording direction is entrusted to Dainis Melnik. However, the project itself has been implemented thanks to the understanding of the Liepāja Culture Board about the impact of the pandemic on the limited opportunities for cultural activities and the financial support provided by it.
The idea contained in the song and the video clip expresses the idea of the various opportunities we face every day, and the only way to bring these opportunities into your life is to simply open the door to them. Musicians of “Liepaja Music Orchestra” have participated in the creation of the video clip and sound recording of the song: Jānis Ivuškāns (trumpet), Ritvars Garoza (keyboards), Mārtiņš Zālīte (bass), Kristaps Vītols Vītoliņš (guitar), Andris Žabris (drums), Rolf ), Artūrs Hrustaļovs (trombone), Katrīne Sabīne Kalniņa (baritone saxophone), Edgars Ermansons (trumpet), Anna Marija Kukuka, Laura Liepiņa, Kate Kronberga, Monta Norkuse, Annija Andija Kolerta, as well as Raimonds Golubkovs.
The collaboration between Ralph Eiland and the people of Liepaja started earlier, when together with the trumpet player and the artistic director of the “Liepaja Music Orchestra” Jānis Ivuškāns, several large-scale music projects and major concerts were performed and staged. Just last summer, the cooperation between Eyland, the association “Gingercat” and LMO has manifested itself in the creative lifestyle day festival “Get Up, Let’s GRŪV!” culminating in a concert in Julianna’s yard, one of the concerts on the water of the “Liepaja Lake Music” cycle was performed together, as well as a musical poetic performance “No Veidenbaum escape” will be created and offered to the youth audience with the support of the State Cultural Capital Fund program “