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brettspiel Eurovision Song Contest
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brettspiel Eurovision Song Contest

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Eurovision Song Contest
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Eurovision Song Contest. History of the Eurovision Song Contest, List of host cities of the Eurovision Song Contest, List of countries in the Eurovision Song Contest, Language in the Eurovision Song Contest, Rules of the Eurovision Song Contest, List of Eurovision Song Contest winners, Voting at the Eurovision Song Contest, Best of Eurovision, Classical music

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Eurovision Song Contest
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Eurovision Song Contest. History of the Eurovision Song Contest, List of host cities of the Eurovision Song Contest, List of countries in the Eurovision Song Contest, Language in the Eurovision Song Contest, Rules of the Eurovision Song Contest, List of Eurovision Song Contest winners, Voting at the Eurovision Song Contest, Best of Eurovision, Classical music

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Eurovision Song Contest 2017 Kyiv (VARIOUS)
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VARIOUS - Eurovision Song Contest 2017 Kyiv

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EUROVISION SONG CONTEST LISBON 2018 (VARIOUS)
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VARIOUS - EUROVISION SONG CONTEST LISBON 2018

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Eurovision Song Contest-Tel Aviv 2019
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DVDDie DVD zum Eurovision Song Contest Tel Aviv 2019.

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Understanding the Eurovision Song Contest in Mu...
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This book presents the first in-depth study of the Eurovision Song Contest from an Australian perspective. Using a cultural studies approach, the study draws together fan interviews and surveys with media and textual analysis of the contest itself. In doing so, it begins to answer the question of why the European song contest appeals to viewers in Australia. It explores and challenges the dominant narrative that links Eurovision fandom to post-WWII European migration, arguing that this Eurocentric narrative presents a limited view of how contemporary Australian multicultural society operates in the context of globalized culture. It concludes with a consideration of the future of the Eurovision Song Contest as Australia enters into the 'Asian century'.

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Russia in the Junior Eurovision Song Contest
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High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Russia first competed in the Junior Eurovision Song Contest in 2005. Their first win came in 2006, when the Tomachevy Twins won for Russia with "Vesenniy Jazz". RTR has represented Russia at the Junior Eurovision Song Contest. The broadcaster has selected Ekaterina Ryabova to represent Russia at the Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2009 in Kiev with the song "Malenkiy prints". The Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2009 was the seventh edition of Junior Eurovision Song Contest and took place in Kiev, Ukraine. It was scheduled for 21 November. 13 countries were confirmed by the European Broadcasting Union (EBU) to compete in the Contest. The contest was won by Ralf Mackenbach for the Netherlands with the song Click Clack. At the age of 14, he is the oldest person to win the Junior Eurovision Song Contest in its 7 year History.

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Eurovision Song Contest 1995
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The Eurovision Song Contest 1995 was the 40th Eurovision Song Contest and was held on May 13, 1995 in the Point Theatre in Dublin, Ireland. The presenter was Mary Kennedy. This contest broke the chain of victories that Ireland enjoyed in 1992, 1993, and 1994. This was Ireland's 3rd year in succession to host the contest - and to mark the 40th show, it was opened with a 4-minute retrospective showing images from the contest's history. The Norwegian group Secret Garden was the winner of this contest with the mostly instrumental song, "Nocturne". Incidentally, Secret Garden's violinist was Fionnuala Sherry, who is Irish. After winning the 1994 contest, RTÉ were worried about whether they could afford to host a third consecutive contest in 1995. The BBC had offered to take on the responsibility of hosting the contest, and had even proposed that the contest be staged as a joint production in Belfast, capital of Northern Ireland. In the end RTÉ decided to stage the contest on its own. However they did ask the EBU that, should Ireland win once more, that they would not be expected to host the event for a fourth year in a row.

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