1976 national Eurovision finals

Entrants in the 1976 national finals for the Eurovision Song Contest who appear in the Six on Stage database.

Back to Eurovision entries for 1976.

EntryNamed artists
Belgium
Judy et compagnie by Pierre Rapsat
Finland
Joiku by Monica Aspelund
Neidonryöstö by Kirka
Pump-pump by Fredi & The Friends
Ruska by Markku Aro
France
Je te connais déjà by Isabelle Aubret
Trois petits soldats by Les Troubadours
Un, deux, trois by Catherine Ferry
Germany
Du machst Karriere by Lena Valaitis
Ein neuer Tag by Pierra Martell
Einmal Wasser, einmal Wein by Ireen Sheer
Sing Sang Song by Les Humphries Singers
Ireland
Cá bhfuil ghrá by Mary Clifford
Danny by Cathal Dunne
The Way of Love by The Swarbriggs
We Can Fly by Chips
When by Red Hurley
Luxembourg
Chansons Pour Ceux Qui S'aiment by Jürgen Marcus
Netherlands
I Was Born to Love by Rosy & Andres
Souvenir by Bolland & Bolland
The Party's Over by Sandra Reemer
Norway
Alltid en vind by Dag Spantell, Anne Lise Gjøstøl, Gro Anita Schonn & Stein Ingebrigtsen
Alltid en vind by Gudny Aspaas & Jahn Teigen
Hastverk by Anita Skorgan
Hastverk by Jahn Teigen
Mata Hari by Anne-Karine Strøm
Voodoo by Gudny Aspaas & Jahn Teigen
Voodoo by Inger Lise Rypdal & Jahn Teigen
Spain
A tí que hoy despiertas a la vida by Braulio
Sobran las palabras by Braulio
Switzerland
C'est pour la vie by Henri Dès
Djambo Djambo by Peter, Sue & Marc
La giostra gira by Anita Traversi
United Kingdom
I Couldn't Live Without You for a Day by Hazel Dean
Maria by Sunshine
Save Your Kisses for Me by Brotherhood of Man
Wake Up by Co-Co
Yugoslavia
Ej, da mi je naci by Neda Ukraden
Kotorskim ulicama by Entuzijasti
Moja srecna zvezda by Pepel In Kri
Ne Mogu Skriti Svoju Bol by Ambasadori
Sepet poletnih trav by Oto Pestner
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