1973 national Eurovision finals

Entrants in the 1973 national finals for the Eurovision Song Contest who appear in the Six on Stage database.

Back to Eurovision entries for 1973.

EntryNamed artists
Belgium
Baby Baby by Nicole & Hugo
Bye Bye by Ann Christy
Jij en ik en wij by Nicole & Hugo
Meeuwen by Ann Christy
Finland
Hän on mennyt vuorten taa by Lasse Mårtenson & Cay Karlsson
One, Two, Three by Paradise
Riviera by Sammy Babitzin & Koivistolaiset
Song for a Dove by Irina Milan
Tom Tom Tom by Marion Rung
France
Je suis venue de loin by Martine Clémenceau
L'arlequin by Martine Clémenceau
Lui, il ne saura jamais by Anne-Marie Godart
Pas un mot, pas une larme by Anne-Marie Godart
Sans toi by Martine Clémenceau
Germany
Junger Tag by Gitte
Wohin soll ich geh'n? by Cindy & Bert
Ireland
Do I Dream by Maxi
I'll Remember by Family Pride
Love Is Grand by Alma Carroll
Norway
Å for et spill by Bendik Singers
Det var jo sant by Anne-Karine Strøm
Det var jo sant by Benny Borg
Om du kunne by Anne Lise Gjøstøl
Om du kunne by Ellen Nikolaysen
Portugal
A rapariga e o poeta by Tonicha
Apenas o meu povo by Simone de Oliveira
Gente by Duarte Mendes
Minha senhora das dores by Luis Duarte
Semente by Paulo de Carvalho
Tourada by Fernando Tordo
Sweden
Avsked från en vän by Lill-Babs
Ding dong by Lars Berghagen
En liten sång som alla andra by Glenmarks
Historien om en vän by Claes-Göran Hederström
Oh, vilken härlig dag by Ted Gärdestad
Ring ring by Björn, Benny, Agnetha & Annifrid
Sommar'n som aldrig säger nej by Malta
Switzerland
Es kommt ein Tag by Peter, Sue & Marc
Je Me Vais Marier, Marie by Patrick Juvet
Le vent qui sufflait ce matin by Mady Rudaz
Quand on revient d'ailleurs by Henri Dès
Yugoslavia
Djeca ljubavi by Indeksi
Etida by Korni Grupa
Gori Vatra by Zdravko Čolić
Kao reka by Ambasadori
Mlade oci by Ditka Haberl
Mnogo srecnih let od tod by Oto Pestner
Poljubi me za sretan put by Krunoslav Slabinac
Prica o nama by Jadranka Stojaković
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