Moldova national Eurovision finals

People in the Six on Stage database who have taken part in Moldova national finals for the Eurovision Song Contest. This includes songwriters, jury members, hosts, spokespeople and performers. Only competitive national finals are included.

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Appearances by year for Moldova national Eurovision finals

EntryNamed artists
Trenulețul by Zdob şi Zdub & Fraţii Advahov
Die For You by Catarina Sandu
My Wine by Pasha Parfeni
Prison by Natalia Gordienco
Stay by Anna Odobescu
Agony by Anna Odobescu
My Lucky Day by DoReDoS
Hey Mamma by Sunstroke Project
Falling Stars by Lidia Isac
FunnyFolk by DoReDoS
Day After Day by Sunstroke Project & DJ Michael Ra
I Can't Breathe by Lidia Isac
I Want Your Love by Eduard Romanyuta
Magia by Glam Girls
Maricica by DoReDoS
I'm Yours by Tatiana Heghea
Never Stop No by Flux Light
Wild Soul by Cristina Scarlat
You Believe In me by Glam Girls
A Brighter Day by Tatiana Heghea
A Million by Aliona Moon
Celebrate by Cristina V & Glam Girls
I Pray by Cristina Scarlat
Lautar by Pasha Parfeny
My Fortune Hunter by Lidia Isac
Never Ever Stop by Geta Burlacu
Dorule by Pasha Parfeny
Every Day Will Be Your Day by Cristina Scarlat
Let's Jazz by Natalia Barbu
So Lucky by Zdob si Zdub
Cine sunt eu by Gicu Cimbir
Run Away by Sun Stroke Project & Olia Tira
Sexy Lady by Cristina Scarlat
You Should Like by Pasha
Hora din Moldova by Nelly Ciobanu
No Crime by Sun Stroke Project
Unicul meu by Olia Tira
A Century of Love by Geta Burlacu
Always Will Be by Olia Tira
Point of View by Jay Mon
Iubirea mea by Olga Tira
Loca by Arsenium & Natalia Gordienco
Zii lauta by Geta Burlacu
Bunica bate doba by Zdob si Zdub
One More Time by Nelly Ciobanu
Tablou pe sticla by Millenium
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