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Eurovision Song Contest 1996

Eurovision Song Contest 1996


Eurovision Song Contest 1996

Dates
Finaldate

18 May 1996
Host

Venue

Oslo Spektrum
Oslo, Norway

Presenter(s)

Ingvild Bryn
Morten Harket

Conductor

Frode Thingns

Director
Executive supervisor
Hostbroadcaster

Pl Veiglum
Christine Marchal-Ortiz
Norsk rikskringkasting (NRK)

Openingact

Morten Harket performing "Heaven's Not For Saints"

Intervalact

"Beacon Burning" video and dance act


Participants

Numberofentries

30

Debutingcountries

Macedonia

Returningcountries

Estonia
Finland
Netherlands
Romania
Slovakia
Switzerland

Withdrawingcountries None
Vote
Votingsystem
Nulpoints
Winningsong

Each country awarded 12, 10, 8-1 points to their 10 favourite songs
None
Ireland
"The Voice"
Eurovision Song Contest
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1997

Eurovision Song Contest 1996


The Eurovision Song Contest 1996 was the 41st Eurovision Song Contest and was held on 18 May 1996 in Oslo
Spektrum in Oslo, Norway. The presenters were Ingvild Bryn and Morten Harket. Harket, lead singer of a-ha,
opened the show with a performance of his single "Heaven's Not for Saints". Eimear Quinn of Ireland was the
winner of this Eurovision with the song, "The Voice". The song was written by Brendan Graham, who also
composed the 1994 winner "Rock 'n' Roll Kids". It was also a record seventh win for Ireland.

Format
The European Broadcasting Union continued to experiment in their efforts to find a broadly acceptable method of
whittling down the large number of potential participating countries to a more realistic figure. This year, they
reverted to the pre-qualifying round that had been used for the 1993 contest, but this time with just one country
exempt from the process - the host Norway. The pre-qualifier was an oddity in that it was not broadcast in any form,
and did not even entail any live performance of the entries. Instead, the traditional set of national juries simply
listened to the studio recordings of each song, through audio tapes, and awarded points accordingly. All that was
subsequently revealed of their deliberations was which countries had qualified, with the precise scores and placings
remaining under wraps (although they were leaked some time later).
It rapidly became evident that this system was no more sustainable than any other the EBU had tried, as it meant that
several countries had gone through their traditional full-blown national selection procedure to come up with an entry,
only to suffer the anti-climax of having their challenge quietly extinguished without even having had the opportunity
of presenting the song to an international audience. As a leading financial contributor to the contest, Germany were
particularly aggrieved that their entry, the techno song "Planet of Blue" performed by Leon, was one of the seven
cast aside. It was the only year in the history of the ESC in which Germany did not participate in the final.
The 1996 contest also featured two novelties which similarly failed to become a tradition firstly a short 'good
luck message' for each entry, recorded by a political leader or official from their country. The seniority of the figure
who delivered the message varied wildly from country to country, ranging from Presidents and Prime Ministers on
one end of the spectrum to junior ministers or ambassadors on the other, but a few very significant European
political figures did appear, including long-serving Swedish premier Gran Persson and President Alija Izetbegovi
of Bosnia and Herzegovina. But of course the only good luck wish that was fully rewarded in the end was that of
Irish Taoiseach John Bruton, who introduced the song that took his country to a fourth win in five years.
Secondly, the voting section was conducted using "blue screen" virtual reality technology provided by Silicon
Graphics. The host Ingvild Bryn introduced the viewers to the 'blue room', upon which a 3D scoreboard, views of the
green room, the jury spokespersons and country graphics appeared. The only physical aspects were Ingvild herself
and two podiums.
For the first time in the Eurovision history, during the voting a spokesperson came to stage (exactly the blue room)
down next to Ingvild: the Norwegian one, Ragnhild Slthun Fjrtoft.

Results

Eurovision Song Contest 1996

Draw

Country

Language

Artist

Song

English translation

Place Points

01

Turkey

Turkish

ebnem Paker

"Beinci Mevsim"

The fifth season

12

57

02

United Kingdom

English

Gina G

"Ooh Aah... Just a Little Bit"

77

03

Spain

Spanish

Antonio Carbonell

"Ay, qu deseo!"

Oh, what desire!

20

17

04

Portugal

Portuguese

Lcia Moniz

"O meu corao no tem cor"

My heart has no
colour

92

05

Cyprus

Greek

Constantinos

"Mono Yia Mas" (


)

Only for us

72

06

Malta

English

Miriam Christine

"In a Woman's Heart"

10

68

07

Croatia

Croatian

Maja Blagdan

"Sveta ljubav"

Holy love

98

08

Austria

Vorarlbergish George Nussbaumer

"Weil's dr guat got"

Because you feel


good

10

68

French

Kathy Leander

"Mon cur l'aime"

My heart loves him

16

22

09

Switzerland

10

Greece

Greek

Mariana Efstratiou

"Emeis Forame to Himona


Anixiatika"
(
)

We wear spring
clothes
in winter time

14

36

11

Estonia

Estonian

Maarja-Liis Ilus & Ivo


Linna

"Kaelakee hl"

Sound of necklace

94

12

Norway

Norwegian

Elisabeth Andreassen

"I evighet"

For eternity

114

13

France

Breton

Dan Ar Braz &


L'Hritage des Celtes

"Diwanit Bugale"

May you blossom,


children

19

18

14

Slovenia

Slovene

Regina

"Dan najlepih sanj"

The day of the


21
most beautiful dream

16

15

Netherlands

Dutch

Maxine & Franklin


Brown

"De eerste keer"

The first time

78

16

Belgium

Dutch

Lisa del Bo

"Liefde is een kaartspel"

Love is a cardgame

16

22

17

Ireland

English

Eimear Quinn

"The Voice"

162

18

Finland

Finnish

Jasmine

"Niin kaunis on taivas"

So beautiful is the
sky

23

19

Iceland

Icelandic

Anna Mjll

"Sjbd"

Shoobe-doo

13

51

20

Poland

Polish

Kasia Kowalska

"Chc zna swj grzech..."

I want to know my
sin

15

31

21

Bosnia and
Herzegovina

Bosnian

Amila Glamoak

"Za nau ljubav"

For our love

22

13

22

Slovakia

Slovak

Marcel Palonder

"Km ns m"

While you have us

18

19

23

Sweden

Swedish

One More Time

"Den vilda"

The wild one

100

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Pre-qualifying round
Shaded countries were eliminated from the competition
Country

Language

Artist

Song

English translation

Place Points

Austria

Vorarlbergish George Nussbaumer

"Weil's dr guat got"

Because you feel


good

80

Belgium

Dutch

Lisa Del Bo

"Liefde is een kaartspel"

Love is a cardgame

12

45

Bosnia and
Herzegovina

Bosnian

Amila Glamoak

"Za nau ljubav"

For our love

21

29

Croatia

Croatian

Maja Blagdan

"Sveta ljubav"

Divine love

19

30

Cyprus

Greek

Constantinos

"Mono Yia Mas" (


)

Only for us

15

42

Denmark

Danish

Dorthe Andersen & Martin


Loft

"Kun med dig"

Only with you

25

22

Estonia

Estonian

Maarja-Liis Ilus & Ivo Linna "Kaelakee hl"

Sound of necklace

106

Finland

Finnish

Jasmine

"Niin kaunis on taivas"

So beautiful is the sky 22

28

France

Breton

Dan Ar Braz & L'Hritage


des Celtes

"Diwanit Bugale"

May you blossom,


children

11

55

Germany

German

Leon

"Planet of Blue"

24

24

Greece

Greek

Mariana Efstratiou

"Emeis Forame to Himona


Anixiatika"
(
)

We wear spring
clothes
in winter time

12

45

Hungary

Hungarian

Gjon Delhusa

"Fortuna"

23

26

Iceland

Icelandic

Anna Mjll

"Sjbd"

Shoobe-doo

10

59

Ireland

English

Eimear Quinn

"The Voice"

198

Israel

Hebrew

Galit Bell

"Shalom Olam" ()

Hello/peace world

28

12

Macedonia

Macedonian

Kaliopi

"Samo ti" ( )

Only you

26

14

Malta

English

Miriam Christine

"In A Woman's Heart"

138

Netherlands

Dutch

Maxine & Franklin Brown

"De eerste keer"

The first time

63

Poland

Polish

Kasia Kowalska

"Chc zna swj grzech..."

I want to know my
sin

15

42

Portugal

Portuguese

Lcia Moniz

"O meu corao no tem cor"

My heart has no
colour

18

32

Romania

Romanian

Monica Anghel & Sincron

"Rug pentru pacea lumii"

Prayer for world


peace

29

11

Russia

Russian

Andrej Kosinskij

"Ja eto ja" ( )

I am what I am

26

14

Slovakia

Slovak

Marcel Palonder

"Km ns m"

While you have us

17

36

Slovenia

Slovene

Regina

"Dan najlepih sanj"

The day of the


most beautiful dream

19

30

Spain

Spanish

Antonio Carbonell

"Ay, qu deseo!"

Oh, what desire!

14

43

Sweden

Swedish

One More Time

"Den vilda"

The wild one

227

French

Kathy Leander

"Mon coeur l'aime"

My heart loves him

67

Turkish

ebnem Paker

"Beinci Mevsim"

The fifth season

69

Switzerland
Turkey

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United Kingdom

English

Gina G

"Ooh Aah... Just a Little Bit"

153

Voting structure
Each country had a jury that awarded 12, 10, 8, 7, 6, 5, 4, 3, 2, 1 points for their top ten songs. One year later,
televoting would be introduced in only some countries, such as Sweden and the United Kingdom. When Beln
Fernndez de Henestrosa, the Spanish spokesperson, announced the votes of the Spanish jury, she awarded two
points to "Czechoslovakia" (while meaning 'Slovakia'). Furthermore, she awarded six points to "Holland" (the
Netherlands), which host Ingvild Byrn misheard as "Poland." The official results table corrected this error, and the
Netherlands' seventh place result was restored at the expense of the United Kingdom, who ultimately finished eighth.
Norway's entry, "I evighet", is notable for being the only runner-up not to receive a single "12 points" score in a
Eurovision final since the current voting method was introduced in 1975.

Score sheet
Juries

Turkey

57

United Kingdom

77

Spain

17

Portugal

92

Cyprus

72

Malta

68 10

Croatia

98

Austria

68

Switzerland

22

Greece

36

Estonia

94

10

12

2
12

10

12
7

10
4

10

10

12

12

12

3
12

2
5

8
4

1
1

10

3
8

3
1

12

10

12
10

10

12

5
1

10

3
1

12 12 10

3
12

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Norway

114

France

18

Slovenia

16

Netherlands

78

Belgium

22

Ireland

6
5

Finland

Iceland

51

Poland

31

Bosnia and Herzegovina

13

Slovakia

19

Sweden

100

10 10

12

10

1
7

12 10 12 10

4
3
2

12 12

10

10

4
10

Contestant

10

10 12

Voting nation

Ireland

Bosnia and Herzegovina, Estonia, Netherlands, Poland, Slovenia, Switzerland, Turkey

Estonia

Finland, Iceland, Sweden

Austria

France, Malta

Cyprus

Greece, United Kingdom

Malta

Croatia, Slovakia

Portugal

Cyprus, Norway

United Kingdom

Belgium, Portugal

Belgium

Spain

Netherlands

Austria

Sweden

Ireland

Returning artists
Artist

12 12

1
7

Below is a summary of all 12 point in the final:

12 points

N.

10

2
3

2
8

12

162 12

1
1

Country

Previous Year(s)

Mariana Efstratiou

Greece 1989

Elisabeth Andreassen

Norway 1982 (for Sweden, part of Chips)


1985 (part of Bobbysocks!,
winner)
1994

Eurovision Song Contest 1996

Good luck wishes


In 1996 all contestants were wished good luck by a politician from their own country in their own language. Those
wishes were shown right before their performance. This was the only year in Eurovision they did anything like this.
These are the people who wished their country's participant good luck (language in parentheses):

Turkey - Sleyman Demirel, President of Turkey (Turkish)


United Kingdom - Virginia Bottomley, UK Secretary of State for National Heritage (English)
Spain - Don Alberto Escudero Claramunt, Spanish ambassador (Spanish)
Portugal - Antnio Guterres, Prime Minister of Portugal (Portuguese)
Cyprus - Glafkos Klerides, President of Cyprus (Greek)
Malta - Edward Fenech Adami, Prime Minister of Malta (Maltese)
Croatia - Zlatko Matea, Prime Minister of Croatia (Croatian)
Austria - Elisabeth Gehrer, Federal Minister of Education, Science and Culture of Austria (German)
Switzerland - Michel Coquoz, Swiss Charg d'affaires (French)
Greece - Caterna Dimaki, Greek Charg d'affaires (Greek)
Estonia - Tiit Vhi, Prime Minister of Estonia (Estonian)
Norway - Gro Harlem Brundtland, Prime Minister of Norway (Norwegian)

France - Philippe Douste-Blazy, Minister of Culture of France (French)


Slovenia - Milan Kuan, President of Slovenia (Slovene)
Netherlands - Aad Nuis, State Secretary of Education, Culture and Science of the Netherlands (Dutch)
Belgium - Luc Van den Brande, Prime Minister of Flanders (Dutch)
Ireland - John Bruton, Taoiseach (Prime Minister of Ireland) (English)
Finland - Riitta Uosukainen, Speaker of Parliament of Finland (Finnish)
Iceland - Dav Oddsson, Prime Minister of Iceland (Icelandic)
Poland - Aleksander Kwaniewski, President of Poland (Polish)
Bosnia and Herzegovina - Alija Izetbegovi, Chairmen of the Presidency of Bosnia and Herzegovina
(Bosnian)

Slovakia - Vladimr Meiar, Prime Minister of Slovakia (Slovak)

Sweden - Gran Persson, Prime Minister of Sweden (Swedish)

Commentators
Television

Turkey - Blend zveren (TRT 1)


United Kingdom - Terry Wogan (BBC1)
Spain - Jos Luis Uribarri (TVE1)
Portugal - Maria Margarida Gaspar (RTP1)
Cyprus - Evi Papamichail (RIK 1)
Malta - Charles Saliba
Croatia - Aleksandar "Aco" Kostadinov (HRT 2)
Austria - Ernst Grissemann (ORF1)
Switzerland - Sandra Studer (SF DRS), Pierre Grandjean (TSR), Joanne Holder (TSI)
Greece - Dafni Bokota (ET1)
Estonia - Jri Pihel (Eesti Televisioon)
Norway - Jostein Pedersen (NRK1)
France - Olivier Minne (France 2)
Slovenia - Mia Molk (SLO1)

Eurovision Song Contest 1996

Netherlands - Willem van Beusekom (Nederland 1)


Belgium - Michel Follet & Johan Verstreken (BRTN TV1), Jean-Pierre Hautier & Sandra Kim (RTBF1)
Ireland - Pat Kenny (RT One)
Finland - Erkki Pohjanheimo & Sanna Kojo (YLE TV1)
Iceland - Jakob Frmann Magnsson (Sjnvarpi)
Poland - Dorota Osman (TVP1)
Bosnia and Herzegovina - Suad Bejtovi (BHT)
Slovakia - Juraj urn (STV1)
Sweden - Bjrn Kjellman (SVT1)
Macedonia (non participating country) - Vlado Janevski (MTV 1)
Denmark (non participating country) - Jrgen de Mylius (DR TV)
Germany (non participating country) - Ulf Ansorge (Das Erste (relayed)/ WDR (live) / N3 (live))
Hungary (non participating country) - Istvn Vg (MTV2)
Israel (non participating country) - No commentator
Russia (non participating country) - Vadim Dolgachev (RTR)

Radio

Turkey - mit Tuna (TRT Radyo 3)


United Kingdom - Ken Bruce (BBC Radio 2)
Spain - N/A
Portugal - N/A
Cyprus - Pavlos Pavlou (CyBC Radio 2)
Malta - N/A
Croatia - Draginja Bala (HR 2)
Austria - Stermann & Grissemann (FM4)
Switzerland - N/A
Greece - Giorgos Mitropoulos (ERA ERT1)
Estonia - Marko Reikop (Raadio 2)
Norway - Andreas Diesen (NRK P1)
France - Laurent Boyer (France Inter)
Slovenia - N/A
Netherlands - Hijlco Span (Radio 2)
Belgium - Julien Put (BRTN Radio 2), Alain Gerlache & Adrien Joveneau (RTBF La Premire)
Ireland - Larry Gogan (RT Radio 1)
Finland - Aki Sirkesalo & Kati Bergman (Yle Radio Suomi)
Iceland - Jakob Frmann Magnsson
Poland - N/A
Bosnia and Herzegovina - N/A
Slovakia - N/A
Sweden - N/A
Denmark (non participating country) - Camilla Miehe-Renard (DR P3)
Germany (non participating country) - Thomas Mohr(Deutschlandfunk/NDR 2)

Eurovision Song Contest 1996

Spokespersons

Turkey - mer nder


United Kingdom - Colin Berry
Spain - Beln Fernndez de Henestrosa
Portugal - Cristina Rocha
Cyprus - Marios Skordis
Malta - Ruth Amaira
Croatia - Danijela Trbovi
Austria - Martina Rupp
Switzerland - Yves Mnestrier
Greece - Niki Venega
Estonia - Annika Talvik
Norway - Ragnhild Slthun Fjrtoft
France - Laurent Broomhead
Slovenia - Mario Galuni
Netherlands - Marcha (Dutch representative in 1987)
Belgium - Anne Ploegaerts
Ireland - Eileen Dunne
Finland - Solveig Herlin
Iceland - Svanhildur Konrsdttir
Poland - Jan Chojnacki
Bosnia and Herzegovina - Segmedina Srna
Slovakia - Alena Heribanov
Sweden - Ulla Rundquist

National jury members

Spain Montserrat Marial (businesswoman), Juan Diego Arranz (psychologist and teacher), Elvira Quintill
(actress), lvaro de Luna (actor), Mnica Pont (actress), Mikel Herzog (singer), Mara Mayor (model), Jos
Mara Purn (composer), Anabel Conde (singer, Spanish entrant at Eurovision Song Contest 1995), Jos Sancho
(actor), Asuncin Embuena (TV hostess), Pedro Bermdez "Azuquita" (singer), Adriana Vega (actress), Antonio
Pinilla (student), Mabel Alfonso (singer and composer), Manuel Redondo (make-up artist and gemologist)

Greece Agni Hatzikotaki, Antonis Papaioannou, Litsa Sakellariou, Giannis Dimitras, Andreas
Hatziapostolou, Spiros Papavasiliou, Stamatis Mazaris, Nikos Tsolakis, Artemi Plessa, Sofia-Marina Athanasiou,
Eleni-Zina Bilisi, Sokratis Rousopoulos, Kiriaki Tzekou, Nikos Papanikolaou, Ioannis Trahanas, Panagiota Kesari

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