1991 national Eurovision finals

Entrants in the 1991 national finals for the Eurovision Song Contest who appear in the Six on Stage database.

Back to Eurovision entries for 1991.

EntryNamed artists
Austria
1001 by Three Girl Madhouse
Land in sicht by Anita
Venedig Im Regen by Thomas Forstner
Wunder dieser welt by Tony Wegas
Cyprus
Mila mou, mila mou by Yiannis Demetriou
O epomenos eonas by Evridiki
S.O.S. by Elena Patroclou
Denmark
Casanova by Lise Dandanell & Lars Berthelsen
Din musik - min musik by Birthe Kjær
Lige der hvor hjertet slår by Anders Frandsen
Finland
Hullu yö by Kaija Karkinen
Taivas ja maa by Kirka
Viimeinen tie by Riki Sorsa
Germany
Dieser Traum Darf Niemals Sterben by Atlantis 2000
Nie allein by Cindy Berger
Greece
Agapa ti gi by Lia Vissi
I Anixi by Sofia Vossou
Opou ke na'sai by Takis Biniaris
Iceland
Draumur um Ninu by Eyjólfur Kristjánsson & Stefán Hilmarsson
Í dag by Helga Möller, Erna Þórarinsdóttir, Kristján Gíslason & Arnar Freyr Gunnarsson
Lengi lifi lifið by Sigrún Eva Ármannsdottir & Jóhannes Eiðsson
Ireland
Could It Be That I'm In Love by Kim Jackson
Israel
Kan by Duo Datz
Yachad na'amod by Adam
Malta
Ahna ghal kontra r-rih/I Just Can't Let Go by Joe George & Helen Micallef
Jiem ta' mhabba by Phylisienne Brincat
L-isbah gmiel ghall-mahbubin/It's Wonderful To Be In Love by Renato & Marisa
Maratona by Mike Spiteri
Sejjah u nigi/Could It Be by Georgina & Paul Giordimaina
Portugal
Lusitana paixão by Dulce
Sweden
Fångad av en stormvind by Carola
Switzerland
Canzone Per Te by Sandra Simo
Come finira by Daniela Simons
Donner la main by Carol Rich
Home Suisse Home by Suisse Home
Turkey
Hey sen by Grup 4 x 1
Iki Dakika by Izel Çelicöz, Can Ugurluer & Reyhan Karaca
Sessiz geceler by Arzu Ece & Gür Akad
Son defa by Melis Sökmen & Ercüment Vural
United Kingdom
A Message To Your Heart by Samantha Janus
One Love by Malcolm Roberts
Yugoslavia
Brazil by Bebi Dol
Ma daj obuci levisice by Daniel
Marina by Toni Cetinski
Ne reci goodbye by Miran Rudan
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