1994 national Eurovision finals

Entrants in the 1994 national finals for the Eurovision Song Contest who appear in the Six on Stage database.

Back to Eurovision entries for 1994.

EntryNamed artists
Für den Frieden der Welt by Petra Frey
Radio by Simone
Swingin' Out by Marc Berry
Emily by Boris Novkovic
Godine nestvarne by Nina Badric
Nek'ti Bude Ljubav Sva by Toni Cetinski
Ime Anthropos Ki Ego by Evridiki
Ksafnika by Christina Argyri
Elavad pildid by Ivo Linna
Ime by Evelin Samuel, Anneli Tõevere & Tõnis Kiis
Kallim kullast by Hedvig Hanson & Pearu Paulus
Nagu merelaine by Silvi Vrait
Päikese lapsed by Pearu Paulus
Soovide puu by Evelin Samuel
Unelind by Evelin Samuel
Bye Bye Baby by CatCat
Kinek mondjam el vétkeimet by Frederika Bayer
Nætur by Sigrún Eva Ármannsdóttir
Stopp by Anna Mjöll Ólafsdóttir
Rock 'n' Roll Kids by Paul Harrington & Charlie McGettigan
Time to Decide by Robyn Grant
More Than Love by Moira Stafrace & Christopher Scicluna
Remember the Beginning by Georgina
Scarlet Song by Ray Caruana
Tell Me Why by Phyllisienne Brincat
The Shadow of a Dream by Renato
Aladdin by Tor Endresen
Duett by Elisabeth Andreassen & Jan Werner Danielsen
Gi alt vi har by Jahn Teigen
Chamar a música by Sara Tavares
Dia após dia, a magia de te amar by Marco Quelhas
Lisboa, minha linda cidade by José Carvalho
Malmequer do campo by Isabel Campelo
Se fores poema by Fernanda Lopes
Da-mi o stea din cerul tau by Monica Anghel
Dau viata mea pentru-o iubire by Monica Anghel
Dincolo de nori by Dan Bittman
Doar amintiri by Nicoleta Nicola
Nu e prea tarziu by Luminita Anghel & Gabriel Cotabita
Speranta by Luminita Anghel
Vechni strannik by Youddiph
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