1961 national Eurovision finals

Entrants in the 1961 the Eurovision Song Contest who appear in the Six on Stage database. This includes songwriters, jury members, hosts, spokespeople and performers from Eurovision. Only national final lead artists and writers are listed.

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Writers with multiple songs in 1961 national Eurovision finals

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EntryNamed artists
Als je weent, als je lacht by Jacques Raymond
September, Gouden Roos by Bob Benny
Angelique by Dario Campeotto
Hamlet by Katy Bødtger
Hjemme hos os by Raquel Rastenni
Jetpilot by Birthe Wilke
Vi lever kun en enkelt gang by Gustav Winckler
Jossain meren rannalla by Laila Kinnunen
Valoa ikkunassa by Laila Kinnunen
Le gars de n'importe où by Isabelle Aubret
Printemps (Avril carillonne) by Jean-Paul Mauric
Einmal Sehen Wir Uns Wieder by Lale Andersen
Pedro by Christa Williams
Al di là by Betty Curtis
Febbre di musica by Tonina Torrielli
Libellule by Betty Curtis
Mare di dicembre by Claudio Villa
Snu deg om by Nora Brockstedt
Sommer i Palma by Nora Brockstedt
Babebibubá by Victor Balaguer
Estando contigo by Conchita Bautista
April, april by Siw Malmkvist/Gunnar Wiklund
Writer Bobbie Ericson, Bo Eneby
Spela på regnbågen by Lars Lönndahl/Lily Berglund
Writer Britt Lindeborg
Stockholm by Lily Berglund/Lill-Babs
Writer Bobbie Ericson, Eric Sandström
Vår i hjärtat by Gunnar Wiklund/Siw Malmkvist
Writer Lennart Gröhn
Vårvinter by Lill-Babs/Lars Lönndahl
Writer Bobbie Ericson
Finalmente by Anita Traversi
L'ingresso nei sogni by Anita Traversi
Nous Aurons Demain by Franca di Rienzo
United Kingdom
A Place In The Country by Bryan Johnson
Are You Sure? by The Allisons
Neke Davne Zvezde by Ljiljana Petrović
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