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Denmark in the Eurovision Song Contest 1958

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Denmark in the Eurovision Song Contest 1958

Eurovision Song Contest 1958
Country  Denmark
National selection
Selection process National Final by a Jury of 10 people
Selection date(s) February 16, 1958
Selected entrant Raquel Rastenni
Selected song "Jeg rev et blad ud af min dagbog"
Finals performance
Final result 8th, 3 Points
Denmark in the Eurovision Song Contest
1959►

The Danish National Final was held on February 16, 1958 at the Radiohouse in Copenhagen, the winning song was chosen by a jury of 10 people and only the winning song was announced.

National final

Draw Artist Song Translation Place
1 Raquel Rastenni Jeg rev et blad ud af min dagbog I tore a page out of my diary 1
2 Raquel Rastenni Refræn Refrain
3 Birthe Wilke & Gustav Winckler For altid Forever
4 Preben Uglebjerg Evas lille sang Eve´s little song
5 Bent Weidich Nanina
6 Preben Neergaard Mit gamle hakkebræt My old dulcimer

Eurovision Final

Denmark entered Raquel Rastenni with her song "Jeg rev et blad ud af min dagbog" which came 8th with 3 points in the Eurovision final.

References

  • Danish National Final 1958 - Geocities.com

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