Weekend on Eurovil: Munich 1983

by Itamar Barak 84 views

Israeli broadcaster IBA is webcasting this weekend an another Eurovision Song Contest on its official Eurovision website, Eurovil. This time its the 1983 contest, which was held in Munich, Germany.

The 1983 song contest was held in the Rudi-Sedlmayer-Halle, Munich. This contest will be remembered by the host, Marlene Charell, who accurately repeated all her text in three languages: English, French and German. The contest was won by the last performer, Corinne Hermès of Luxembourg. 6 points behind finishing second was Israel's Ofra Haza. Haza died of AIDS in February 2000. The 3rd place was taken by Sweden, which was represented by Carola Häggkvist, who went on to sing for her country in 1991 and eventually won the contest.The contest is being webcast without the voting sequence.

In addition, Eurovil now offers a webcast of the first out of three 2005 entries preview show, which was broadcasted last night on IBA's television. The show was presented by Yoav Ginay who hosted a few Eurovision 'experts' that gave their remarks to the songs.

Watch the show on Eurovil

Click here to watch the 1983 Eurovision Song Contest and the first 2005 preview shows of IBA.

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