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  Encyclopedia: Eurovision Song Contest 1975   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
The Eurovision Song Contest 1967 was the twelfth Eurovision and was held on 8 April 1967 in Austria.
The Eurovision Song Contest 1971 was the sixteenth Eurovision and was held on April 3, 1971 in Dublin.
The Eurovision Song Contest 1973 was the eighteenth Eurovision and was held on April 7, 1973 in Luxembourg.
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 Eurovision Song Contest - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Among the famous performers to have graced the Eurovision stage are Nana Mouskouri, Sandie Shaw, Cliff Richard, Vicky Leandros, Julio Iglesias, Mocedades, Olivia Newton John, ABBA, The Shadows, Baccara, Céline Dion, Katrina and the Waves, and t.A.T.u.
Currently, the contest winner is selected by means of a modified version of the Borda count Each country ranks all the entries and assigns 12 points to their favorite entry, 10 points to their second favorite entry, and 8 through 1 points to their third through 10th favorites.
Many viewers of the contest view the event as a combination of camp entertainment and a musical train wreck (a fact played upon in the UK broadcast with the sardonic BBC commentary of Terry Wogan) and a subculture of Eurovision song contest drinking games and the like has evolved in some countries.
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 Eurovision Song Contest 1975 - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Eurovision Song Contest 1975 was the twentieth Eurovision and was held on March 22, 1975 in Stockholm.
With Karin Falck as the presenter, the contest was won by Teach-In who represented the Netherlands, with their song "Ding-A-Dong".
The Portuguese entry "Madrugada" was an unabashed celebration of the Carnation Revolution, during which the country's 1974 Eurovision entry had played a pivotal practical role.
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 escforever.com | History of the Eurovision Song Contest
The rules of the first contest allowed the participants to enter a maximum of two songs each, and it was strongly recommended that the songs be selected at a national final involving the participation of the public, to render the contest as popular as possible.
The jury was to judge the contest from a small television screen and each jury member awarded a mark for each song, ranging from 1 to 10 in ascending order of merit, on a paper provided for the purpose.
The song obtaining the most points was awarded the “1956 Grand Prix of the Eurovision Song Contest”.
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 Eurovision Song Contest 1970 - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
The Eurovision Song Contest 1970 was the fifteenth Eurovision and was held on March 21, 1970 in Amsterdam.
With as the presenter, the contest was won by Dana who represented Ireland, with the song "All Kinds of Everything".
Finland, Norway, Portugal and Sweden boycotted this contest as they were not pleased with the result of 1969 and the voting structure.
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 Eurovision Song Contest 1962 - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
The Eurovision Song Contest 1962 was the seventh Eurovision and was held on March 18, 1962 in Luxembourg.
With as the presenter, the contest was won by Isabelle Aubret who represented France, with her song "Un Premier Amour".
All 10 jury members points would then be added up and the song with the most points would get 3 points, the song with the second most points would get 2 points and the song with the third most points would get 1 point.
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 Eurovision Song Contest   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
Up until 2003, participation in the Eurovision Song Contest was dependant on a country having performed with a reasonable amount of success for the previous few years.
Following the dominance of English language songs, particularly Sweden's 1974 victory (with ABBA's "Waterloo"), a rule was passed in 1977 that the song had to be sung in one of the official languages of the performing country.
Many viewers of the contest view the event as a combination of camp entertainment and a musical train wreck (a fact played upon in the English-language broadcast with the sardonic BBC commentary of Terry Wogan) and a subculture of Eurovision song contest drinking games and the like has evolved in some countries.
www.infothis.com /find/Eurovision_Song_Contest   (2137 words)

  
 Hall of Fame / The Eurovision Song Contest
Eurovision is unique, a festival of music by performers from an ever-increasing number of nations, allowing the public to select “a song for Europe”.
Eurovision took place for the first time in Lugano, Switzerland in 1956, and was inspired by the popular San Remo Festival.
An estimated 100 million people tuned into the Eurovision Song Contest at The NIA, Birmingham but to stage the three hour extravaganza, broadcast live to 36 countries, the BBC actually took up residence for two weeks, using every available space in the arena.
www.necgroup.co.uk /visitor/halloffame/eurovision-song-contest.asp   (702 words)

  
 Eurovision Song Contest Music Web Links   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
Eurovision Song Contest - A display of past Eurovision record covers and sleeves, table of all results since 1975, "the best and the worst", table of 1975-2000 voting results, trivia, and an on-going poll on the current contestants.
Eurovision Song Contest - Information on contests for each country, and news on overall winners.
Eurovision Song Contest The only one of your children who does not grow up and move away is your husband.
www.searchmusicnetwork.com /Songwriting_Contests_Eurovision_Song_Contest.html   (2002 words)

  
 Eurovision_Song_Contest_1996   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
Eimear Quinn was the winner of this Eurovision with the song, The Voice.
As a leading financial contributor to the contest, Germany were particularly aggrieved that their entry, Planet of Blue performed by Leon, was one of the seven cast aside.
The 1996 contest also featured the novelty - which similarly failed to become a tradition - of a short 'good luck message' for each entry, recorded by a political leader or official from their country.
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 United Kingdom in the Eurovision Song Contest 1975 - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
United Kingdom in the Eurovision Song Contest 1975
The United Kingdom held a national preselection to choose the song that would go to the Eurovision Song Contest 1975.
It was held on February 15, 1975 and presented by Lulu.
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 Eurovision Song Contest 2006 - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
The Eurovision Song Contest 2006 is the fifty-first edition of the Eurovision Song Contest, which will be held in Athens, Greece due to Elena Paparizou's win in the 2005 contest.
The scheduled dates for the contest are 18 May 2006 for the Semi Final and 20 May 2006 for the Final.
Spain, United Kingdom, France and Germany as the four countries that provide the most financial support for the contest.
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 Eurovision Song Contest Serbia 2008 | Eurovision News
We wish you all the best in organizing the contest in 2008, to be held on the 22nd and 24th of May. Stay tuned at esctoday.com for more detailed information.
With a monsterous victory, Finland didn't only win the 2006 competition, but was also awarded the organisation of the 2007 Eurovision Song Contest, which will take place on 10th and 12th May 2007 in the capital Helsinki.
The 51st Eurovision Song Contest took place in Athens, which is the political, cultural and economic capital of Greece.
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 Eurovision Song Contest - Hutchinson encyclopedia article about Eurovision Song Contest   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
It was first staged in Switzerland in 1956 and was popular for several years, but became increasingly outdated in the late 1960s.
Successful songs are often characterized by simple, catchy tunes and their appeal to young teenaged audiences.
Few winners went on to major success, but a memorable exception was the Swedish group Abba, who won with ‘Waterloo’ in 1974.
encyclopedia.farlex.com /Eurovision+Song+Contest   (123 words)

  
 Eurovision Song Contest 1988 - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Eurovision Song Contest 1988 was the 33rd Eurovision Song Contest and was held on April 30, 1988 in Dublin.
Future international superstar Céline Dion, then only famous in the French-speaking world, was the winner of this Eurovision with the song, Ne Partez Pas Sans Moi.
With the conclusion of voting from the penultimate jury, the UK representative Scott Fitzgerald looked well-placed for victory, holding a five-point lead over Switzerland.
www.wikipedia.org /wiki/Eurovision_Song_Contest_1988   (271 words)

  
 Articles - Eurovision Song Contest   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
At the first contest in 1956, each country was allowed to submit two three-minute (or less) songs, performed by inhabitants of the respective country.
This was invoked at the 1991 contest, to resolve a tie between Sweden and France.
The 2005 contest saw France, Spain, Germany and the United Kingdom, the four largest contributors to the EBU who automatically qualify for the final, occupying the four bottom positions of the final, each with fewer than 20 points.
www.gaple.com /articles/Eurovision_Song_Contest   (3276 words)

  
 Eurovision Song Contest Serbia 2008 | Eurovision Song Contest 1975 participants
In the end of the show the jury still remembered the song "Ding-a-dong" and the Netherlands won for the 4th time.
The votes were casted in the order of which the songs were performed.
Ellen Nikolaysen performed for the third consecutive year on the Eurovision stage (the two years before 1975 as part of the Bendik singers).
www.esctoday.com /annual/1975/participants.php?PHPSESSID=34c   (342 words)

  
 The Eurovision Song Contest
The Irish Republic had a tendency to dominate the contest for quite a few years -but analyzing the figures since the contest began in 1956, most critics agree that the UK has had the most consistent success.
The song is quite similar in style to the Greek winner and Javine gave a flawless performance.
As the contest proceeds you all eat and drink what you've collected for each country while their song is on the air.
www.captcabin.demon.co.uk /eurovision.htm   (1161 words)

  
 Turks.US Daily News: Sertab Erener seeks to win Eurovision song contest   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
Turkey is seeking to come first in the Eurovision song contest, which will be held today, with its famous pop singer Sertab Erener.
Turkey first participated in the Eurovision Song Contest in 1975 with a song by Semiha Yanki.
Sertab Erener was born in Istanbul in 1964.
www.turks.us /article.php?story=20030524100538505&mode=print   (364 words)

  
 Eurovisie Songfestival - The Belgian Pop & Rock Archives
Initially, this song was to be sung by showbizz-duo Nicole and Hugo, but they had to forfeit because of jaundice.
With her 13 years the youngest winner of the song contest ever (a record that is safe from being broken, cause the current regulations impose a minimum-age of 16).
The song was by the Belgian Dutchman Stef Bos.
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 Kids.Net.Au - Encyclopedia > Eurovision Song Contest 1975
The Eurovision Song Contest 1975 was the 20th Eurovision, it was held in Sweden on March 22nd and the presenter was Karin Falck[?].
Teach-In[?] was the winner of this Eurovision with the song, Ding Dinge Dong[?].
Voting Structure Each Country had a Jury who awarded 12, 10, 8, 7, 6, 5, 4, 3, 2, 1 points for their top ten songs.
www.kids.net.au /encyclopedia-wiki/eu/Eurovision_Song_Contest_1975   (110 words)

  
 Birth of a Meme: the Origin and Evolution of
The songs are performed and a jury in each of the participant countries votes for its favourite song.
In the words of the well-known BBC disc jockey John Peel, "the reason the music industry is not interested in the Eurovision Song Contest, is that it is impossible to fix the result".
The statistics were calculated for each pairwise combination in the 100 random contests, and the resulting means and standard deviations used to derive z-scores for the statistics for the real contests.
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 Eurovision Song Contest Serbia 2008 | Yugoslavia: Eurovision Song Contest 1975
For the single of their Eurovision entry the group used the English translation of the group name, Ashes & Blood.
12/Oct at 21:20 - Snežana Berić, professionally-known as Extra Nena, the last singer to represent Yugoslavia in the Eurovision Song C...
19/Jan at 17:36 - Daniel Popovic, the 51-year-old Montenegrin singer who placed 4th at the 1983 Eurovision Song Contest for Yugoslavia wit...
www.esctoday.com /annual/1975/page/7   (362 words)

  
 Eurovision Song Contest 1975 -- Facts, Info, and Encyclopedia article   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
The Eurovision Song Contest 1975 was the twentieth (Click link for more info and facts about Eurovision) Eurovision and was held on March 22, 1975 in (The capital and largest city of Sweden; located in southern Sweden on the Baltic) Stockholm.
With Karin Falck as the presenter, the contest was won by (An extended session (as on a college campus) for lectures and discussion on an important and usually controversial issue) Teach-In who represented the Netherlands, with their song " (Click link for more info and facts about Ding-A-Dong) Ding-A-Dong".
The Portuguese entry "Madrugada" was an unabashed celebration of the (Click link for more info and facts about Carnation Revolution) Carnation Revolution, during which the country's 1974 Eurovision entry had played a pivotal practical role.
www.absoluteastronomy.com /encyclopedia/E/Eu/Eurovision_Song_Contest_1975.htm   (617 words)

  
 Open Directory - Arts: Music: Songwriting: Contests: Eurovision Song Contest   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
Eurovision - Kazakhstan - General website devoted to Eurovision Song Contest with specialization on Russian, Belarusian and Ukranian participation.
Eurovision 2005 Song Contest Lyrics - Lyrics for the 39 countries' songs that participated in 2005.
Eurovision Winner - Here is the formula for creating a Eurovision Song Contest winner, i.e.
www.dmoz.org /Arts/Music/Songwriting/Contests/Eurovision_Song_Contest   (534 words)

  
 Eurovision Song Contest 2001 - ArtPolitic Encyclopedia of Politics : Information Portal
The Eurovision Song Contest 2001 was the 46th Eurovision, it was held in Denmark on May 12th and the presenters were Natasja Crone Back[?] and Søren Pilmark[?].
Tanel Padar, Dave Benton & 2XL[?] was the winner of this Eurovision with the song, Everybody[?].
Each Country had a televote, where the top ten most voted for songs were awarded the 12, 10, 8, 7, 6, 5, 4, 3, 2, 1 points.
www.artpolitic.org /infopedia/eu/Eurovision_Song_Contest_2001.html   (164 words)

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