Tag: Romanian Television (TVR)

Romania, Failed with ‘Goodbye’

The Eurovision Song Contest 2018 was the 63rd edition of Eurovision Song Contest. It took place in Lisbon, Portugal, following Salvador Sobral’s win at the 2017 contest in Kyiv, Ukraine with the song ‘Amar Pelos Dois’ (Love for Both of Us). It was the first time that the contest was hosted in Portugal, 54 years after […]

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Moment of Silence for ‘Colectiv’

Televiziunea Română (TVR) opened a submission period for artists and composers to submit their entries between 8th and 10th of February 2016 to the Selecția Națională. A jury panel made up of music professionals rated all songs, revealing their 12 finalists on the 11th of February 2016. The National semi-final held on 4th of March […]

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Romania in the 2009 Eurovision Song Contest

The Eurovision Song Contest 2009 was held in Moscow at the Olympic Indoor Arena with two semifinals one on the 12 and 14th of May following the finale of the contest in the 16th May. Elena participating with ‘The Balkan Girls’ in the first semi-final. Elena’s female dancers from the Selecția Națională also danced in Moscow, and […]

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‘The Balkan Girls’ by Elena Gheorghe

Elena Gheorghe representing Romania will sing ‘The Balkan Girls’ at the 2009 Eurovision Song Contest.   The Balkan Girls is recorded by the Romanian singer Elena Gheorghe. The song was written by Laurenţiu Duţă and Alexandru Pelin while the production was handled by Ovidiu Bistriceanu, Laurenţiu Duţă, and Daris Mangal. The song is a folk-influenced dance-pop […]

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Romanian entry for Eurovision Song Contest 2005

“Let Me Try” is a song recorded by Romanian singer Luminița Anghel and Romanian percussion band Sistem, consisting of Toth Zoltan, Mihai Ciprian Rogojan, Claudiu Purcărin, Robert Magheti, and Florin Cătălin Romaşcu. “Let Me Try” was released as a CD single in 2005 by the Romanian Television (TVR). “Let Me Try” was composed and wrote […]

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