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Various - Eurovision Song Contest - The French Connection - Songs From: France, Luxembourg, Belgium, Switzerland, Monaco FLAC album

Luxembourg hasn't participated at the contest for many years but remains one of the most successful countries with 5 victories. Which song is your favourite?

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Switzerland, France, Luxembourg, Monaco, Belgium. The Eurovision Song Contest 50 Years The Official History. London: Carlton Books Limited.

Disc 1: 1. Albania, 2. Armenia, 3. Austria, 4. Australia, 5. Azerbaijan, 6. Belgium, 7. Belarus, 8. Switzerland, 9. Cyprus, 10. Czech Republic, 11. Germany, 12. Denmark, 13. Estonia, 14. Spain, 15. Finland, 16.

Monaco has participated in the Eurovision Song Contest 24 times since its debut in 1959. The country's only win in the contest came in 1971 when Séverine performed "Un banc, un arbre, une rue". In 1972, Monaco was expected to host the contest, but declined. Monaco finished last at its first contest in 1959 before achieving three top three results in the 1960s. Two of these were achieved by François Deguelt, who finished third in 1960 and second in 1962. Romuald also finished third in 1964. Severine's victory in 1971 was the first of five top four results in eight years. Monaco returned to the contest for three years from 2004 to 2006 but failed to qualify from the semi-finals Contents.

Future song contest hosts Lill Lindfors and Åse Kleveland took part in this contest as singers, finishing 2nd and 3rd respectively. In her performance, Åse ignored tradition and was the first woman not to wear a dress in the Eurovision Song Contest; Dutch representative Milly Scott became the first black singer to take part in the contest. A decade of song: Eurovision winners through the years (1960-1969).

Eurovision Song Contest 1970. Eurovision Song Contest 1970. The Eurovision Song Contest 1970 was the 15th Eurovision Song Contest, held on 21 March 1970 at the RAI Congrescentrum in Amsterdam, Netherlands. The Amsterdam contest is regarded as one of the most significant in Eurovision history for a number of reasons. Ireland won with eighteen-year-old Dana and a song called "All Kinds of Everything". With the UK having hosted the 1968 Contest and Spain the 1969 Contest, only France and Netherlands were in consideration. However, the 'postcards' for Switzerland, Luxembourg and Monaco were all filmed on location in Paris (as was the French postcard). Interestingly, the long introduction film (over four minutes long) was followed by what probably is one of the shortest ever introductions by any presenter.

Eurovision Song Contest always begins with the fanfare "Prélude du Te Deum" composed by Marc-Antoine Charpentier. Serbia participated the first time as an independent country in 2007 and won the contest the same year. Ireland holds the record of most victories in Eurovision Song Contest: Seven victories! The six of these victories was in the 80s and 90s: 1970, 1980, 1987, 1992, 1993, 1994 and 1996. In 1974 the French President, Georges Pompidou, died during Eurovision week. The French broadcaster decided to withdraw from the contest. The funeral was held the day of the contest.

Luxembourg has participated in the Eurovision Song Contest 37 times since making its debut at the first contest in 1956. Between 1956 and 1993, Luxembourg only missed the 1959 contest. Since 1994, Luxembourg has not participated in the contest. Luxembourg has won the contest five times. Only Ireland (seven) and Sweden (six) have more wins. Solange Berry, Plastic Bertrand and Lara Fabian were from Belgium, Nana Mouskouri and Vicky Leandros from Greece, David Alexandre Winter and Margo from the Netherlands, Ireen Sheer and Malcolm Roberts from the United Kingdom, Jürgen Marcus and Chris Roberts from Germany, Baccara from Spain, Jeane Manson and Diane Solomon from the United States and Sherisse Laurence from Canada. All five of the winning artists from Luxembourg were foreign, four were French and one was Greek.

Belgium has participated in the Eurovision Song Contest 60 times since making its debut as one of the seven countries at the first contest in 1956. The only countries with more appearances are Germany (62), France (61) and the United Kingdom (61). Belgium have been absent only three times in total, in 1994, 1997 and 2001, due to low scores in the previous contests that relegated them from the contest. Belgium has won the contest once, in 1986. Belgium was one of seven countries to enter the Eurovision Song Contest 1956, the first Eurovision Song Contest to be held. Belgian broadcaster INR selected two entries to represent Belgium: Fud Leclerc with "Messieurs les noyés de la Seine" and Mony Marc with "Le plus beau jour de ma vie", both sung in French. Neither song won the Contest, held in Lugano, Switzerland. Belgium in the Eurovision Song Contest 1959.

Eurovision Song Contest 1973 - Download as PDF File . df), Text File . xt) or read online. The juries watched the show on TV from the Ville du Louvigny TV Studios of CLT and appeared on screen to confirm their scores. Nul points None Winning song Luxembourg "Tu te reconna„tras" Eurovision Song Contes. The Eurovision Song Contest 1973 was the eighteenth Eurovision Song Contest and was held in Luxembourg

Tracklist

1 Marie-Line* Ou Aller? 3:11
2 Mélanie Cohl Dis Oui 3:15
3 Fanny* Sentiment Songes 3:02
4 Nina Morato Je Suis Un Vrai Garcon 3:01
5 Annie Cotton Moi, Tout Simplement 3:09
6 Kali Monte La Rivie 3:08
7 Amina Le Dernier Qui A Parle 3:15
8 Joelle Ursull* White And Black Blues 3:02
9 Nathalie Paque* J'Ai Vole La Vie 3:06
10 Lara Fabian Croire 2:43
11 Reynaert Laissez Briller Le Soleil 2:51
12 Céline Dion Ne Partez Pas Sans Moi 3:06
13 Sandra Kim J'Aime La Vie 3:05
14 Corinne Hermes* Si La Vie Est Cadeau 3:06
15 Stella* Si Tu Aimes Ma Musique 2:52
16 Jeane Manson J'Ai Deja Vu Ca Dans Tes Yeux 3:57
17 Anne-Marie David Je Suis L'Enfant Soleil 3:01
18 Anne-Marie B* Frere Jacques 2:56
19 Marie Myriam L'Oiseau Et L'Enfant 3:03
20 Catherine Ferry Un, Deux, Trois 2:26
21 Anne-Marie David Tu Te Reconnaitras 2:38
22 Vicky Leandros Apres Toi 3:30
23 Severine* Un Banc, Un Arbre, Une Rue 3:00
24 France Gal* Poupee De Cire, Poupee De Son 2:30

Notes

"Eurovision Song Contest - The French Connection - Songs From: France, Luxembourg, Belgium, Switzerland, Monaco"

24 songs in French from the Eurovision Song Contest.

Track number - Year Country:
1 - 1998 France
2 - 1998 Belgium
3 - 1997 France
4 - 1994 France
5 - 1993 Switzerland
6 - 1992 France
7 - 1991 France
8 - 1990 France
9 - 1989 France
10 - 1988 Luxembourg
11 - 1988 Belgium
12 - 1988 Switzerland
13 - 1986 Belgium
14 - 1983 Luxembourg
15 - 1982 Belgium
16 - 1979 Luxembourg
17 - 1979 France
18 - 1977 Luxembourg
19 - 1977 France
20 - 1976 France
21 - 1973 Luxembourg
22 - 1972 Luxembourg
23 - 1971 Monaco
24 - 1965 Luxembourg

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