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Norway in the Eurovision Song Contest 1995

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 Eurovision Song Contest 1995
Country Norway
National selection
Selection processMelodi Grand Prix 1995
Selection date(s)1 April 1995
Selected entrantSecret Garden
(with Gunnhild Tvinnereim)
Selected song"Nocturne"
Finals performance
Final result1st, 148 points
Norway in the  Eurovision Song Contest
◄1994 1995 1996►

Norway's entry into the Eurovision Song Contest 1995 was "Nocturne" by Secret Garden. It went on to win that year's Eurovision Song Contest in Dublin, marking Norway's second first-place finish in its history in the Contest.

Before Eurovision

Melodi Grand Prix 1995

Semi-finals

Nine semi-finals were held weekly between 14 January and 18 March 1995. Two songs competed in each semi-final with the winner from each semi-final qualifying for the final, along with one of the losing songs which were given wildcards.

Draw Artist Song (English translation) Songwriter(s) Televote Place Result
Semi-final 1 – 14 January 1995
1 Irene Bjaanes "En liten måne" (A tiny moon) Gunnar Refsdal 23% 2 Eliminated
2 Helga Hægeland Thomassen "Kom inn te' mæ" (Come in to me) Stein Berge Svendsen, Helga Hægeland Thomassen 77% 1 Advanced
Semi-final 2 – 21 January 1995
1 Svein O. Greger "Dans" (Dance) Svein O. Greger, Vidar Kristensen 70% 1 Advanced
2 Betty & The Beagles "Sanger i regn" (Songs in the rain) Per Fredrik Kjølner, Lene Lauritsen Kjølner 30% 2 Eliminated
Semi-final 3 – 28 January 1995
1 Gry Jeanette Antonsen "Fly av sted" (Fly away) Karsten Kjos, Per Løvlie 49% 2 Eliminated
2 Geir Rønning "Uten lyst, uten tro" (Without lust, without faith) Geir Rønning 51% 1 Advanced
Semi-final 4 – 4 February 1995
1 Fem damer med mannskor "Ham og meg" (Him and me) Geir Rebbestad, Trond Brænne 31% 2 Eliminated
2 Marianne Elstad "Kan ikke du?" (Can you?) Gunnar Refsdal 69% 1 Advanced
Semi-final 5 – 11 February 1995
1 Arnold B Family "La oss feire livet" (Let us celebrate life) Thomas Børud, Arnold Børud 52% 1 Advanced
2 Elisabeth Ødegård Widmer "Til en stjerne" (To a star) Bjørn Jørgensen, Kirsti Dahl Johansen 48% 2 Wildcard
Semi-final 6 – 18 February 1995
1 After Eight "Oh Ramalama" Bjørn Terje Bråthen 58% 1 Advanced
2 Tone Krohn Henriksen "Fjelltonelek" (Mountain music) Per Fredrik Kjølner, Astor Andersen 42% 2 Eliminated
Semi-final 7 – 25 February 1995
1 Bente Bøe "Mens tiden går" (While the time passes by) Per Fredrik Kjølner, Lene Lauritsen Kjølner 57% 1 Advanced
2 Camilla Maria Myrås "Bli hos meg" (Stay with me) Kjell Reianes 43% 2 Eliminated
Semi-final 8 – 11 March 1995
1 Secret Garden "Nocturne"[a] Rolf Løvland, Petter Skavlan 52% 1 Advanced
2 Ole Ask "Kjære min engel" (Dear angel of mine) Nick Borgen, Arve Sigvaldsen 48% 2 Eliminated
Semi-final 9 – 18 March 1995
1 Nina Grønvold "Kjærlighet for første gang" (Love for the first time) Rolf Graf 65% 1 Advanced
2 Elisabeth Røise & Ole-Marius Johnson "Solskinn gir liv" (Sunshine gives life) Per Røise, May Bjerknes 35% 2 Eliminated

Final

The final was held at the studios of the Norwegian Broadcasting Corporation in Oslo, hosted by Petter Nome. Ten songs took part with the winner being chosen by voting from regional juries, a jury based in Dublin consisting of previous Irish ESC winners and televoting. Other participants included Geir Rønning, who would later represent Finland in the Eurovision Song Contest 2005.[1]

Final – 1 April 1995
Draw Artist(s) Song Jury Televote Total Place
1 After Eight "Oh Ramalama" 250 42 292 3
2 Helga Hægeland Thomassen "Kom inn te' mæ" 106 6 112 8
3 Geir Rønning "Uten lyst, uten tro" 125 9 134 7
4 Marianne Elstad "Kan ikke du?" 73 6 79 10
5 Bente Boe "Mens tiden går" 126 21 147 5
6 Arnold B. Family "La oss feire livet" 264 63 327 2
7 Elisabeth Ødegaard Widmer "Til en stjerne" 81 6 87 9
8 Svein O. Greger "Dans" 116 27 143 6
9 Nina Grønvold "Kjærlighet for første gang" 163 51 214 4
10 Secret Garden "Nocturne" 317 87 404 1

At Eurovision

Points awarded to Norway

Points awarded to Norway
12 points 10 points 8 points 7 points 6 points
5 points 4 points 3 points 2 points 1 point

Points awarded by Norway

12 points  Denmark
10 points  Russia
8 points  Sweden
7 points  Croatia
6 points  France
5 points  Cyprus
4 points  Poland
3 points  Austria
2 points  Iceland
1 point  Ireland

See also

Notes

  1. ^ "Nocturne" features uncredited vocals from Norwegian singer Gunnhild Tvinnereim.

References

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