Turkey national Eurovision finals

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

Back to Eurovision entries for Turkey.

Appearances by year for Turkey national Eurovision finals

EntryNamed artists
2005
Rimi Rimi Ley by Gülseren
Yeniden by Sedat Yüce
2002
Leylaklar Soldu Kalbinde by Safir
2001
Sevgiliye Son by Sedat Yüce
2000
Yorgunum Anla by Pinar Ayhan & Grup SOS
1999
Birak beni by Sedat Yüce
Dön artik by Tuba Önal & Mistik
1998
Çal by Sebnem Paker
Unutamazsin by Tüzmen
1997
Dinle by Sebnem Paker
Sarki by Tüzmen & Elcin Engin
Sen nerede ben orada by Pinar Karakoc
Sevda by Ece Sandalli
Sevda bu dostum by Tüba Önal
1996
Besinçi Mevsim by Sebnem Paker
Bilirsin ya by Tüzmen
Var misin söyle by Tüzmen & Pinar Karakoç
Vazgeç by Sedat Yüce
1995
Sev by Arzu Ece
Sevda by Arzu Ece & Fatih Erkoç
1993
Esmer Yarim by Burak Aydos, Serter Öztürk & Baybora Öztürk
Seviyorum by Grup Pi
1992
Ben seni isterim by Sinan Erkoç & Candan Erçetin
Dans et by Grup 13.30
Dön geri by Melis Sökmen & Ercüment Vural
Yaz Bitti by Aylin Vatankos
1991
Hey sen by Grup 4 x 1
Iki Dakika by Izel Çelicöz, Can Ugurluer & Reyhan Karaca
Sessiz geceler by Arzu Ece & Gür Akad
Son defa by Melis Sökmen & Ercüment Vural
1990
Bilinmeyen bir yerlerde by Piramit
Daha kolay by Cihan Okan & Candan Erçetin
Gözlerinin Hapsindeyim by Kayahan ve Demet
Hep o sarkilari söyle by Rüya Ersavci, Can Ugurluer & Gülgün Yildiz
Hersey müzik by Sevingül Bahadir
Kime ne by Sibel Tüzün
Komedi by Ultraviyole
Selam yabanci by Izel Çelicöz
Sen benimlesin by Sertab Erener
1989
Adi Naim by Mazhar-Fuat-Özkan
Bana Bana by Grup Pan
Bir fantastik ask by Jale, Gür Akad & Seden Kutlubay
Bir resimde sen by Hazal Selçuk
Elif'in aldi beni by Arzu Ece
Fora fora by Neco
Hasret by Sertab Altin & Klips
Ve melankoli by Kayahan
1988
Bulutlar by Sevingül Bahadır
Camdam bir ev by Grup Efekt
Sokak kedisi by Kayahan Acar
Sufi by Mazhar-Fuat-Özkan
Yurtta baris dünyada baris by Ultraviyole
Zig Zag by Grup Tema
1987
Bir gün bize yetmez by Arzu Ece & Cihan Okan
Günesli bir resim çiz bana by Kayahan, Emel-Erdal, Yesim & Ayse
Hayat pencerenin disinda by Seden Kutlubay, Vedat Sakman & Grup Piramit
Keloglan by Arzu Ece, Rüya Ersavci, Fatih Erkoç & Harun Kolçak
No problem by Mazhar-Fuat-Özkan
Sarkim Sevgi üstüne by Seyyal Taner & Grup Lokomotif
1986
Bu film bitmeli by Nilüfer
Dünya by Seyyal Taner & Grup Lokomotif
Halley by Klips ve Onlar
1985
Asik oldum by Mazhar-Fuat-Özkan
Bir sevgi yeter by Neco & Nükhet Duru
Bosver by Neco & Nükhet Duru
Sev by Neco & Nükhet Duru
Yillardan sonra by Neco & Nükhet Duru
1984
Halay by 5 Yil Önce 10 Yil Sonra
Kaç para by Kayahan
Merhaba ümit by Aysegül Aldinç
O sarkiyi henüz yazmadim by Neco
Olmaz olsun by Neco
Tövbeliyim by Neco
1983
Atlantis by Beş Yıl Önce On Yıl Sonra
Heyamola by Mavi Yolcular
Heyecan by Aysegül Aldinç
Müzisyen by Vedat Sakman
Opera by Cetin Alp & Vokal Grubu
1982
Bir yasam öyküsü by Neco
Gramafon by Neco
Hani by Neco
Rönesans by Neco
Zannetme ki by Cantekin & Nilgün Onatkut
1981
Dönme Dolap by Aysegül Aldinç & Modern Folk Üçlüsü
Dostluk by Kayahan Acar
Istanbul Istanbul by Aysegül Aldinç & Modern Folk Üçlüsü
1979
Elveda by Çetin Alp
1978
Dostluga davet by Anadolu Majör
Imkansiz by Grup Karma
Sevinçe by Nilüfer & Nazar
Yasamana bak by Serpil Barlas & 2. Baski
1975
Seninle Bir Dakika by Semiha Yankı
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