1981 national Eurovision finals

Entrants in the 1981 national finals for the Eurovision Song Contest who appear in the Six on Stage database.

Back to Eurovision entries for 1981.

EntryNamed artists
Belgium
Brussel by Liliane St. Pierre
Samson & Delilah by Emly Starr
Veel te veel by Stella
Denmark
Krøller eller ej by Tommy Seebach & Debbie Cameron
Finland
Mun suothan tulla vierees sun by Markku Aro & Nisa Soraya
Nouse aamuusi by Pepe Willberg
Reggae OK by Riki Sorsa
France
De visage en visage by Jeff Barnel
Humanahum by Jean Gabilou
Voilà comment je t'aime by Frida Boccara
Germany
Johnny Blue by Lena Valaitis
Ireland
Horoscopes by Sheeba
My Pet Parrot by Nevada
Share My Love by Helen Jordan
The One in My Life by Nicola Kerr
Where Does That Love Come From by The Duskey Sisters
Israel
Carnaval by Avi Toledano
Halayla by Hakol Over Habibi
Kaleidoscope by Shlomo Gronich & Dafna Armoni
Serenada by Milk & Honey
Netherlands
Fantasie by Maribelle
Het is een wonder by Linda Williams
Marianne by Ben Cramer
Marionette by Maribelle
Retour by Ben Cramer
Zo is het leven by Linda Williams
Norway
1984 by Dollie
Aldri i livet by Finn Kalvik
Portugal
Ali-Bábá, um homem das Arábias by Doce
Morrer de amor por ti by José Cid
Play-back by Carlos Paião
Um adeus, um recomeço by Maria Guinot
Sweden
Det är mitt liv – det är jag by Anders Glenmark
Fångad i en dröm by Björn Skifs
God morgon by Sweets 'n Chips
Switzerland
Io Senza Te by Peter, Sue, and Marc
San Gottardo by Swiss Union
Una cosa meravigliosa by Mariella Farré
Turkey
Dönme Dolap by Aysegül Aldinç & Modern Folk Üçlüsü
Dostluk by Kayahan Acar
Istanbul Istanbul by Aysegül Aldinç & Modern Folk Üçlüsü
United Kingdom
For Only a Day by Unity
Have You Ever Been in Love? by Gem
Making Your Mind Up by Bucks Fizz
Wish by Beyond
Yugoslavia
Kulminacija by Srebrna Krila
Lejla by Seid Memic-Vajta
Oko moje by Novi Fosili
Sve što se odgada, to se ne dogada by Neda Ukraden
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