The Complete and Independent Guide to the Eurovision Song Contest 2010
Simon Barclay, Jun 17, 2010 - 246 pages
Independent Guide to the history of the Eurovision Song Contest. Details of all the Contests from 1956 to 2009, the performers, composers & writers. Statistics on voting patterns for each country, analysis of best and worst countries, closest friends, best starting position etc. Expanded in 2010 to include details of the qualification process for each nation's 2010 entry and lots more.
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