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„Ein Lied für Madrid“ – German National Final for the Eurovision Song Contest 1969

Created by mk87 on 31 May 2018

The German national final for the Eurovision Song Contest 1969 was held in Frankfurt am Main on 22 February 1969. There were three acts competing and each of them performed three songs.

The winner was chosen in two rounds of voting. In the first round of voting, one song per artist was chosen; each one of the 11 jury members gave one point to his [indeed, the jury only consisted of men] favourite song out of three presented. The three chosen songs were sung again before the jury members each gave one point to their favourite.

Eliminated in the first round of voting (2 points).

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Eliminated in the first round of voting (4 points).

Translations:  English

Eliminated in the first round of voting (1 point).

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Eliminated in the first round of voting (4 points).

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1st round: Advanced to the second round of voting (5 points).

2nd round: 3rd place overall (0 points).

Translations:  English

Eliminated in the first round of voting (4 points).

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1st round: Advanced to the second round of voting (5 points).

2nd round: 1st place overall (7 points).

Translations:  Russian English

Eliminated in the first round of voting (0 points).

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1st round: Advanced to the second round of voting (6 points).

2nd round: 2nd place overall (4 points).

Translations:  French English
Comments
SaintMark    Fri, 01/06/2018 - 16:58

aah, sorry my bad..