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  Eurovision Song Contest 1977 - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Eurovision Song Contest 1977 was the twenty second Eurovision and was held on May 7, 1977 in London.
With Angela Rippon as the presenter, the contest was won by Marie Myriam who represented France, with her song "L'oiseau et l'enfant" ("The Bird and the Child").
The contest was originally planned to be held on April 2, but because of a strike of BBC cameramen and technicians, it had to be postponed.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Eurovision_Song_Contest_1977   (297 words)

 Eurovision Song Contest - Table - MSN Encarta
Eurovision Song Contest - Table - MSN Encarta
Started in 1956, this European song contest is held annually in May. The contest is intended to encourage the production of high-quality music through international comparison.
During the live telecast of the European final the winner is chosen by televoting, in which the viewers vote by telephone.
encarta.msn.com /media_701500941/Eurovision_Song_Contest.html   (65 words)

 escforever.com | Database
The contest had to be postponed for five weeks because of a strike by BBC camera men and women.
It was not until the 1999 contest in Jerusalem that this rule was dropped.
It was the year it became clear the trend for cheerful pop songs at Eurovision was over.
www.escforever.com /1977.html   (146 words)

Bizarrely, the UK's song was chosen after the date of the international final but the EBU adopted the idea of contacting the international juries by telephone and this was introduced in 1957 and used until 1993.
Even though the Junior Eurovision Song Contest was approved by the EBU, it hasn't been very successful, and has generally had unsatisfactory audience ratings, particularly in the United Kingdom, where from 2004 it was only shown on digital channel ITV2.
In 2006 the format of the Eurovision Song Contest was sold to an American Broadcaster in order to compete with American Idol in the ratings.
www.solarnavigator.net /music/eurovision_song_contest.htm   (4923 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 /media/halloffame/eurovision-song-contest.asp   (702 words)

 Eurovision Song Contest 1968 - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Eurovision Song Contest 1968 was the thirteenth Eurovision Song Contest.
Originally Spain entered Joan Manuel Serrat to sing "La, la, la", however his demand to sing in Catalan was an affront to Francoist Spain.
Serrat was withdrawn by Spain and replaced by Massiel who sang the same song in Spanish.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Eurovision_Song_Contest_1968   (182 words)

 ::::: EUROVISION SONG CONTEST 2005 on STAR RADIO ::::: Listen Online to all the Eurovision songs on STAR RADIO
The Eurovision Song Contest, which has a great tradition and heritage going back to 1956, is one of the very few truly pan-European television programmes and is watched by up to 100 million people every year.
In 2002 Constantinos was again in the Eurovision Song Contest in Tallinn, Estonia, as the leader singer of ONE representing Cyprus with the song ‘Gimme’ and reaching the 6th place.
She was asked to sing a song for the Dutch National Song Contest and felt that she had "nothing left to lose".
www.star-radio.net /eurovision2005.htm   (7155 words)

 ::::: EUROVISION SONG CONTEST 2006 on STAR RADIO ::::: Listen Online to all the Eurovision songs on STAR RADIO
The Eurovision Song Contest, which has a great tradition and heritage going back to 1956, is one of the very few truly pan-European television programmes.
Her song for the Eurovision is "Alvedansen" which she describes as a "majestic folksong with lots of use of violins." She has co-written both the music and the lyrics with her production team from 'Sounds Familiar' in Bergen.
She is representing once again Sweden at the Eurovsion song contest with the song “Invincible”, she was followed closely by the talented new group "Bodies without organs" (a hit group on Star Radio since several months now) who failed the win againt Carola.
www.star-radio.net /eurovision.htm   (3041 words)

 Eurovision Song Contest | Armenian Public Television
Inspired by the popular Italian San Remo Festival, the idea for the ESC was born during a meeting in Monaco in 1955 and adopted in Rome shortly after.
The Final of the 50th Eurovision Song Contest was held on Saturday 21 May at the Sports Palace (Palats Sportu) in Kyiv.
The Eurovision Song Contest was broadcast live in over 40 countries.
www.armtv.com /eurovision/eng/?sub=contest   (1969 words)

 Eurovision Song Contest and Junior Eurovision Song Contest Page
For all those people who are interested in the Eurovision Song Contest (both adult and junior version), here are the results with songs, artists and score results.
The 50th Anniversary programme from the Forum in Copenhagen, Denmark (the venue of the 2003 Junior Eurovision) was shown on 22 October 2005.
The 2004 Junior Eurovision Song Contest Results and Details hosted in Norway on 20 November 2004.
www.myledbury.co.uk /eurovision   (997 words)

 Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2003 Results and Details
This was the first Eurovision where advert gaps was added to the contest, especially it was shown on ITV1 in the UK.
The 2005 Junior Eurovision Song Contest may be held in the Netherlands but a total of 5 countries want to hold it.
Here are the songs and artist who entered the 2003 Junior Eurovision Song Contest and their final score.
www.myledbury.co.uk /eurovision/year/junioreurovision_2003.asp   (515 words)

The UK Final was held on March 9th at the New London Theatre, hosted by Terry Wogan.
Because of a TV strike, the contest was never shown on TV, but it was broadcast on the radio.
The winning song was chosen by the votes of 14 regional juries.
www.geocities.com /national_finals_70s_80s/UK1977.html   (76 words)

 Eurovision - All Final and Semifinal results for the Eurovision 2006 in Athens
We are the first posting the Eurovision final results and we want to thank all Eurovision Funs for you support.
We going to open a blog for Eurovision 2007 as many of you kindly requested but the main site you love will remain the same so you can find quick and easy information for the Eurovision Song Contest.
That is how we see it and we hope all of you see the annual Eurovision Song Contest as different cultures in Europe communicate with each other.
www.eurovision-contest.com   (299 words)

 The Diggiloo Thrush
By clicking on a song title you'll see that song's original lyrics, mostly along with an English translation of it.
If a song title is followed by (*), it means that we're looking for its lyrics and/or translation.
If you want to help us and translate some ESC songs or spot a mistake somewhere, please use the contact form or send us an e-mail.
www.diggiloo.net   (204 words)

 51st EUROVISION Song Contest 2006 - eurosongonline.com , scenario creative services
Before re-entering the contest and winning with the song ‘Fangad av en stormvind’, Carola had had also taken part in the 1983 Eurovision Song Contest.
Massiel from Spain, Eurovision winner in 1968, is introduced by her one-time biggest rival: Sir Cliff Richard.
This song is said to be the best-selling Eurovision song ever – outselling even ‘Waterloo’ and ‘Eres tu’.
www.eurosongonline.com /2005/oct05/50_show.htm   (2055 words)

 Eurovision Song Contest Helsinki 2007 | Eurovision Square
24/Dec at 00:53 - Tonight, the Albanian representative for the 2007 Eurovision Song Contest was selected during the 45...
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.
www.esctoday.com   (635 words)

 The Eurovision Song Contest
The Irish Republic had a tendency to dominate the contest in recent years -but analyzing the figures since the contest began in 1956, most critics agree that the UK has had the most consistent success.
There was very little interest in the song in the UK where it was not even the betting favourite.
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   (990 words)

 Eurovision Song Contest Record Book- Timeline
First time the contest was won by a singer that hadn't performed a song in the contest before (yes, even Lys Assia already had in 1956 as Refrain Refrain was her second song that evening)
First time the contest was held in a sports hall, rather than a concert or conference hall.
Sound recordings of all songs were sent to juries in all countries in advance and voted for.
eurovision.tummiweb.com /firsts.html   (2650 words)

No discussion of the Irish music scene can be complete without reference to the annual Eurovision Song Contest.
The first Eurovision was held in 1956 and although nearly ten years "late" to the party, Ireland has won more Eurovision contests than any other country, including England.
To hear the complete song versions of all the Irish entries into the Eurovision, click here.
www.irish-showbands.com /eurovision.htm   (270 words)

 Eurovision Song Contest Voting
The 2007 Eurovision Song Contest final will be hosted by Finland on 12th May.
This site includes lots of information on Eurovision voting and results 1957-2006, and links to some of the many great Eurovision web pages.
I love the contest and would never dream of missing it
www.songcontestvoting.com /eurovision   (280 words)

In the beginning, the recording industry in America was little more than a laboratory experiment carried out by inventors, technicians and electronic gadgeteers.
Anna Vissi has been the most popular artist in Greece and Cyprus for more than two decades, since her first back-to-back breakthroughs at the Salonica Music Festival and Eurovision Song Contest in 1977.
Her interpretations of the compositions of her husband Nikos Karvelas span 14 albums and reached new heights on Antidoto, prompting the award-winning star's first visit to America in 1998.
www.sonymusic.com /artists/SoundtrackForACentury/ns4/track/1935.html   (85 words)

 Eurovision Songcontest Fan Community   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
For the second year ESCFC is looking for the best Eurovision winner of all time.
yes she won this online song contest for sweden, song is written by swedish song writers that is why she could sing for sweden she first won a 32 song strong melosongfesti...
Hello, I've seen something about Rosa refered to the United Song Contest autumn edition.
groups.msn.com /EurovisionSongcontestFanCommunity   (268 words)

 listen.to/music.esc.gr - Your Eurovision Song Contest Music Source
My name is Spiros, I come from Greece and I've been an ESC fan since 1988.
All songs are featured for demonstration purposes only.
This site aims solely to promote the idea of the Eurovision Song Contest and the work of artists who have connected their names therewith.
members.fortunecity.com /musicescgr/index.html   (227 words)

 Eurovision Record Book - All kinds of records in the Eurovision Song Contest   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
Eurovision Record Book - All kinds of records in the Eurovision Song Contest
Welcome to the officious Guinness book of Eurovision records.
And then there's the Crazy Eurovision Quiz for die-hard fans, different every time you play it!
eurovision.tummiweb.com /main.html?page=firsts   (54 words)

 EUROVISION SONG CONTEST | OIKOTIMES.COM | Eurovision   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
07.12.06 - Malta: 14 songs to MSFE to be chosen and announced on December 9
24.11.06 - Poland: TVP announced the 10 songs for Piosenki Dla Europy 2007
16.11.06 - Eurovision 2007: deadline for interest submission to the EBU for Helsinki
www.oikotimes.com /site/index.php?id=5   (3599 words)

 1977 EUROVISION SONG CONTEST   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
VOTING STRUCTURE - Each country awarded 12, 10, 8, 7-1 points for their top ten songs
WINNING COUNTRY France WINNING SONG L'oiseau et I'enfant
homepage.ntlworld.com /waterloo/1977.htm   (34 words)

I'm looking for info on 'EUROVISION' the musical (1993) and BOOM-BANG-A-BANG the play (1995).
All images are believed to be in the public domain and have been sourced from various collectors, internet sites, brochures, books etc. This web site has no commercial interests (other than occasionally selling material surplus to requirement) and is purely for the information of fellow collectors.
Any copyright holder wishing to have images removed from this site should contact me, but it is hoped that they will allow the use of the art work for the enjoyment of all Eurovision Song Contest enthusiasts.
www.eurovisioncovers.co.uk   (264 words)

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