1959 national Eurovision finals

Entrants in the 1959 national finals for the Eurovision Song Contest who appear in the Six on Stage database.

Back to Eurovision entries for 1959.

EntryNamed artists
Hou Toch Van Mij by Bob Benny
Alt hvad der er værd at få by Grete Klitgaard & Gustav Winckler
En gang bli'r det vår by Gustav Winckler
Latinersangen (Peblinge cha-cha-cha) by Birthe Wilke & Preben Uglebjerg
Uh - jeg ville ønske jeg var dig by Birthe Wilke
Oui, oui, oui, oui by Jean Phillipe
Adorami by Tonina Torrielli
Il nostro refrain by Tonina Torrielli
Partir con te by Claudio Villa
Piove (Ciao, ciao bambina) by Domenico Modugno
Tua by Tonina Torrielli
Un bacio sulla bocca by Betty Curtis
Un bacio sulla bocca by Claudio Villa
Una marcia in Fa by Johnny Dorelli & Betty Curtis
Una marcia in Fa by Claudio Villa & Gino Latilla
'n beetje by Teddy Scholten
De regen by Teddy Scholten
Iedere dag met jou by Corrie Brokken
Mijn hart en ik by Corrie Brokken & Bruce Low
Augustin by Siw Malmkvist
Kungsgatans blues by Östen Warnerbring
Någon saknar dig by Östen Warnerbring
Die spieldose by Christa Williams & Jo Roland
Irgendwoher by Christa Williams
Mein kleines lied by Christa Williams & Jo Roland
Mit küssen fängt die liebe an by Christa Williams
United Kingdom
Sing Little Birdie by Pearl Carr & Teddy Johnson
That's It, That's Love by Pearl Carr & Teddy Johnson
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