1966 national Eurovision finals

Entrants in the 1966 national finals for the Eurovision Song Contest who appear in the Six on Stage database.

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EntryNamed artists
Hjerte for hjerte by Dario Campeotto
Salami by Gustav Winckler
Stop, ja stop, ja stop mens legen er god by Ulla Pia
Ken hän on by Lasse Mårtenson
Muistojen bulevardi by Laila Kinnunen
Playboy by Ann-Christine Nyström
Vieras rakastettuni by Viktor Klimenko
Can't Make Up My Mind by Dickie Rock
Come Back To Stay by Dickie Rock
I See Your Face by Butch Moore
Oh Why by Dickie Rock
Why Don't I Believe In Her by Butch Moore
Dio, come ti amo by Domenico Modugno
Dio, come ti amo by Gigliola Cinquetti
Lei mi aspetta by Nicola Di Bari
Questa volta by Bobby Solo
De onvoltooide symphonie by Milly Scott
Fernando en Filippo by Milly Scott
Graag of niet by Milly Scott
Gi meg fri by Åse Kleveland
Gi meg fri by Kirsti Sparboe
Intet er nytt under solen by Åse Kleveland
Lørdagstripp by Kirsti Sparboe
Lørdagstripp by Wenche Myhre
Ung og forelsket by Anita Thallaug
Vims by Anita Thallaug
Vims by Wenche Myhre
Caminhos perdidos by Madalena Iglésias
Ele e ela by Madalena Iglésias
Encontro para amanhã by António Calvário
Rebeldia by Madalena Iglésias
Hej systrar, hej bröder by Svante Thuresson
Nygammal vals by Lill Lindfors & Svante Thuresson
Ne Vois-Tu Pas? by Madeleine Pascal
Brez Besed by Berta Ambrož
Od ova nebo ti zede del by Vice Vukov
Sanjala sam by Berta Ambrož
Tvoj osmeh by Lado Leskovar
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