1971 national Eurovision finals

Entrants in the 1971 national finals for the Eurovision Song Contest who appear in the Six on Stage database.

Back to Eurovision entries for 1971.

EntryNamed artists
Belgium
Dag vreemde man by Ann Christy
De kinderen rond mijn huis by Ann Christy
Die ring by Micha Marah
Een zilveren kooi by Ann Christy
Er gaat altijd een trein by Nicole Josy & Hugo Sigal
Goeie morgen, morgen by Nicole Josy & Hugo Sigal
Ik ben zeventien by Micha Marah
Mijn hele leven by Nicole Josy & Hugo Sigal
Tamboerke by Micha Marah
Weegschaal zoekt waterman by Micha Marah
Finland
Pilvilaulu by Lasse Mårtenson
Tie uuteen päivään by Markku Aro & Koivistolaiset
Yksi miljoonaan by Pepe Willberg
Ireland
Going Away by Red Hurley
One Day Love by Angela Farrell
Malta
Il-festa tal-poplu tad-dinja by Joe Cutajar
Marija L-Maltija by Joe Grech
Min int by Mary Spiteri
Norway
Hør litt på meg by Anne-Karine Strøm
India by Inger Jacobsen
Ironside by Odd Børre & Jan-Erik Berntsen
Lykken er by Hanne Krogh
Optimisten by Odd Børre
Riv deg løs by Anne Lise Gjøstøl
Portugal
Adolescente by Duarte Mendes
Cavalo à solta by Fernando Tordo
Flor sem tempo by Paulo de Carvalho
Menina by Tonicha
Spain
Jaime Morey
Karina
Sweden
Blommor och grönt by Tommy Körberg
En kärlek som ej fanns by Tommy Körberg
En sång om världen by The Family Four
Heja mamma by The Family Four
Låt oss fly till en ny morgondag by Tommy Körberg
Min sång by The Family Four
Resan hem by Tommy Körberg
Tjärnare kärlek by The Family Four
Var är du nu by Tommy Körberg
Vita vidder by The Family Four
Yugoslavia
Pesem za otroka by Ditka Haberl & Doca Marolt
Tvoj Djecak Je Tuzan by Krunoslav Slabinac
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