Other Entries by Eurovision Winners, Part 2: Composers

Created by mk87 on 03 Mar 2019 | Last edited by mk87 on 23 Jul 2019
Other Entries by Eurovision Winners, Part 2: Composers

Many of those who won the Eurovision Song Contest did not only compete once, but at least tried at least one more time. This series is dedicated to those who had either already taken part before winning or returned to try their luck one more time.

This series consists of five parts:

Part 1: Performers
Part 2: Composers
Part 3: Lyricists
Part 4: Role-Changers
Part 5: National Final Entries

Switzerland 1957, 8th place

Composed by: Géo Voumard, winner of the Eurovision Song Contest 1956 for Switzerland with "Refrain"

Translations:  English Russian

Switzerland 1961, 3rd place

Composed by: Géo Voumard, winner of the Eurovision Song Contest 1956 for Switzerland with "Refrain"

Translations:  English Russian

Switzerland 1962, 10th place

Composed by: Géo Voumard, winner of the Eurovision Song Contest 1956 for Switzerland with "Refrain"

Translations:  English Russian

Switzerland 1963, 3rd place

Composed by: Géo Voumard, winner of the Eurovision Song Contest 1956 for Switzerland with "Refrain"

Translations:  English Russian

France 1959, 3rd place

Composed by: Hubert Giraud, winner of the Eurovision Song Contest 1958 for France with "Dors mon amour"

Note: This song is sometimes wrongly attributed to Pierre Delanoë, who had actually written the lyrics.

Translations:  English German Russian

Monaco 1960, 3rd place

Composed by: Hubert Giraud, winner of the Eurovision Song Contest 1958 for France with "Dors mon amour"

Translations:  German English Spanish 2 more

Monaco 1961, 10th place

Composed by: Hubert Giraud, winner of the Eurovision Song Contest 1958 for France with "Dors mon amour"

Translations:  Russian

France 1967, 3rd place

Composed by: Hubert Giraud, winner of the Eurovision Song Contest 1958 for France with "Dors mon amour"

Translations:  English German Russian 1 more

Luxembourg 1971, 13th place

Composed by: Hubert Giraud, winner of the Eurovision Song Contest 1958 for France with "Dors mon amour"

Translations:  Russian

France 1979, 3rd place

Composed by: Hubert Giraud, winner of the Eurovision Song Contest 1958 for France with "Dors mon amour"

Note: This song is sometimes wrongly attributed to Eddy Marnay, who had actually written the lyrics.

Translations:  English German Italian 2 more

Netherlands 1960, 12th place

Composed by: Dick Schallies, winner of the Eurovision Song Contest 1959 for the Netherlands with "Een beetje"

Translations:  English

Netherlands 1961, 10th place

Composed by: Dick Schallies, winner of the Eurovision Song Contest 1959 for the Netherlands with "Een beetje"

Translations:  English

France 1964, 4th place

Composed by: André Popp, winner of the Eurovision Song Contest 1960 for France with "Tom Pillibi"

Translations:  English Italian

Luxembourg 1967, 4th place

Composed by: André Popp, winner of the Eurovision Song Contest 1960 for France with "Tom Pillibi"

Translations:  English Chinese Spanish 9 more

Monaco 1975, 13th place

Composed by: André Popp, winner of the Eurovision Song Contest 1960 for France with "Tom Pillibi"

Translations:  English Russian

Luxembourg 1962, 3rd place

Composed by: Jacques Datin, winner of the Eurovision Song Contest 1961 for Luxembourg with "Nous les amoureux"

Translations:  German Russian

Monaco 1967, 5th place

Composed by: Serge Gainsbourg, winner of the Eurovision Song Contest 1965 for Luxembourg with "Poupée de cire, poupée de son"

Translations:  Russian

Austria 1964, 6th place

Composed by: Udo Jürgens, winner of the Eurovision Song Contest 1966 for Austria with "Merci, Chérie"

Translations:  English Italian Russian

Austria 1965, 4th place

Composed by: Udo Jürgens, winner of the Eurovision Song Contest 1966 for Austria with "Merci, Chérie"

Translations:  English Russian

Austria 1968, 13th place

Composed by: Udo Jürgens, winner of the Eurovision Song Contest 1966 for Austria with "Merci, Chérie"

Translations:  English

United Kingdom 1968, 2nd place

Composed by: Bill Martin and Phil Coulter, winners of the Eurovision Song Contest 1967 for the United Kingdom with "Puppet on a String"

Translations:  German Turkish Romanian 1 more

Luxembourg 1975, 5th place

Composed by: Bill Martin and Phil Coulter, winners of the Eurovision Song Contest 1967 for the United Kingdom with "Puppet on a String"

Translations:  Russian English

Spain 1978, 9th place

Composed by: Ramón Arcusa and Manuel de la Calva, winners of the Eurovision Song Contest 1968 for Spain with "La la la"

Monaco 1974, 4th place

Composed by: Jean-Pierre Bourtayre, winner of the Eurovision Song Contest 1971 for Monaco with "Un banc, un arbre, une rue"

Translations:  English Russian

Netherlands 1982, 16th place

Composed by: Dick Backker, winner of the Eurovision Song Contest 1982 for the Netherlands with "Ding-A-Dong"

Translations:  English German Polish

France 1981, 3rd place

Composed by: Jean-Paul Cara, winner of the Eurovision Song Contest 1977 for France with "L'oiseau et l'enfant"

Translations:  English German Russian
Song | Hebrew Ilanit

Israel 1973, 4th place

Composed by: Nurit Hirsh, winner of the Eurovision Song Contest 1978 for Israel with "A-ba-ni-bi"

Translations:  Transliteration English Greek

Israel 1985, 5th place

Composed by: Kobi Oshrat, winner of the Eurovision Song Contest 1979 for Israel with "Hallelujah"

Translations:  English Transliteration

Israel 1992, 6th place

Composed by: Kobi Oshrat, winner of the Eurovision Song Contest 1979 for Israel with "Hallelujah"

Luxembourg 1974, 4th place

Composed by: Ralph Siegel, winner of the Eurovision Song Contest 1982 for Germany with "Ein bißchen Frieden"

Translations:  English German Russian

Germany 1976, 15th place

Composed by: Ralph Siegel, winner of the Eurovision Song Contest 1982 for Germany with "Ein bißchen Frieden"

Germany 1979, 4th place

Composed by: Ralph Siegel, winner of the Eurovision Song Contest 1982 for Germany with "Ein bißchen Frieden"

Germany 1980, 2nd place

Composed by: Ralph Siegel, winner of the Eurovision Song Contest 1982 for Germany with "Ein bißchen Frieden"

Translations:  English Russian French 1 more

Luxembourg 1980, 8th place

Composed by: Ralph Siegel, winner of the Eurovision Song Contest 1982 for Germany with "Ein bißchen Frieden"

Translations:  English Russian

Germany 1982, 2nd place

Composed by: Ralph Siegel, winner of the Eurovision Song Contest 1982 for Germany with "Ein bißchen Frieden"

Translations:  English French Spanish 2 more

Luxembourg 1985, 13th place

Composed by: Ralph Siegel, winner of the Eurovision Song Contest 1982 for Germany with "Ein bißchen Frieden"

Translations:  Russian
Song | German Wind

Germany 1987, 2nd place

Composed by: Ralph Siegel, winner of the Eurovision Song Contest 1982 for Germany with "Ein bißchen Frieden"

Translations:  English Norwegian

Germany 1988, 14th place

Composed by: Ralph Siegel, winner of the Eurovision Song Contest 1982 for Germany with "Ein bißchen Frieden"

Translations:  English Swedish French

Germany 1990, 9th place

Composed by: Ralph Siegel, winner of the Eurovision Song Contest 1982 for Germany with "Ein bißchen Frieden"

Translations:  English French
Song | German Wind

Germany 1992, 16th place

Composed by: Ralph Siegel, winner of the Eurovision Song Contest 1982 for Germany with "Ein bißchen Frieden"

Translations:  French
Song | German Mekado

Germany 1994, 3rd place

Composed by: Ralph Siegel, winner of the Eurovision Song Contest 1982 for Germany with "Ein bißchen Frieden"

Translations:  English

Germany 1997, 18th place

Composed by: Ralph Siegel, winner of the Eurovision Song Contest 1982 for Germany with "Ein bißchen Frieden"

Translations:  English French

Germany 1999, 3rd place

Composed by: Ralph Siegel, winner of the Eurovision Song Contest 1982 for Germany with "Ein bißchen Frieden"

Translations:  English Turkish Spanish

Germany 2002, 21st place

Composed by: Ralph Siegel, winner of the Eurovision Song Contest 1982 for Germany with "Ein bißchen Frieden"

Translations:  German French

Germany 2003, 11th place

Composed by: Ralph Siegel, winner of the Eurovision Song Contest 1982 for Germany with "Ein bißchen Frieden"

Translations:  German

Switzerland 2006, 17th place

Composed by: Ralph Siegel, winner of the Eurovision Song Contest 1982 for Germany with "Ein bißchen Frieden"

Translations:  Turkish French Serbian 1 more

Montenegro 2009, 11th place in semi final 1

Composed by: Ralph Siegel, winner of the Eurovision Song Contest 1982 for Germany with "Ein bißchen Frieden"

Translations:  Spanish French Hungarian 3 more

San Marino 2012, 14th place in semi final 1

Composed by: Ralph Siegel, winner of the Eurovision Song Contest 1982 for Germany with "Ein bißchen Frieden"

Translations:  Spanish Italian French 6 more

San Marino 2013, 11th place in semi final 2

Composed by: Ralph Siegel, winner of the Eurovision Song Contest 1982 for Germany with "Ein bißchen Frieden"

Translations:  English Spanish French 12 more

San Marino 2014, 24th place

Composed by: Ralph Siegel, winner of the Eurovision Song Contest 1982 for Germany with "Ein bißchen Frieden"

Translations:  Italian Other French 11 more

San Marino 2015, 16th place in semi final 2

Composed by: Ralph Siegel, winner of the Eurovision Song Contest 1982 for Germany with "Ein bißchen Frieden"

Translations:  Italian Japanese Dutch 10 more

San Marino 2017, 18th place in semi final 2

Composed by: Ralph Siegel, winner of the Eurovision Song Contest 1982 for Germany with "Ein bißchen Frieden"

Translations:  German Italian Chinese 6 more

Norway 1987, 9th place

Composed by: Rolf Løvland, winner of the Eurovision Song Contest 1985 for Norway with "La det swinge"

Translations:  English German

Norway 1994, 6th place

Composed by: Rolf Løvland, winner of the Eurovision Song Contest 1985 for Norway with "La det swinge"

Translations:  English

Norway 1995, 1st place

Composed by: Rolf Løvland, winner of the Eurovision Song Contest 1985 for Norway with "La det swinge"

Translations:  English German Turkish 16 more

Ireland 1984, 2nd place

Composed by: Johnny Logan, winner of the Eurovision Song Contest 1987 for Ireland with "Hold Me Now"

Translations:  German

Ireland 1992, 1st place

Composed by: Johnny Logan, winner of the Eurovision Song Contest 1987 for Ireland with "Hold Me Now"

Translations:  Spanish French German 6 more

Switzerland 1986, 2nd place

Composed by: Atilla Şereftuğ, winner of the Eurovision Song Contest 1988 for Switzerland with "Ne partez pas sans moi"

Translations:  English Polish Serbian 1 more

Yugoslavia 1987, 4th place

Composed by: Rajko Dujmić, winner of the Eurovision Song Contest 1989 for Yugoslavia with "Rock Me"

Translations:  English Russian German 4 more

Yugoslavia 1988, 6th place

Composed by: Rajko Dujmić, winner of the Eurovision Song Contest 1989 for Yugoslavia with "Rock Me"

Translations:  English Russian
Song | Swedish Blond

Sweden 1997, 14th place

Composed by: Stephan Berg, winner of the Eurovision Song Contest 1991 for Sweden with "Fångad av en stormvind"

Translations:  English

Ireland 1987, 1st place

Composed by: Johnny Logan, winner of the Eurovision Song Contest 1992 for Ireland with "Why Me"

Note: He also composed the 1984 Irish entry (see above).

Translations:  Greek Romanian German 10 more

Ireland 1976, 10th place

Composed by: Brendan J. Graham, winner of the Eurovision Song Contest 1994 for Ireland with "Rock 'n' Roll Kids"

Translations:  German

Ireland 1985, 6th place

Composed by: Brendan J. Graham, winner of the Eurovision Song Contest 1994 for Ireland with "Rock 'n' Roll Kids"

Ireland 1996, 1st place

Composed by: Brendan J. Graham, winner of the Eurovision Song Contest 1994 for Ireland with "Rock 'n' Roll Kids"

Translations:  Chinese Spanish French 9 more

Norway 1985, 1st place

Composed by: Rolf Løvland, winner of the Eurovision Song Contest 1995 for Norway with "Nocturne"

Note: He also composed the Norwegian entries in 1987 and 1994 (see above).

Translations:  English French German 3 more

Ireland 1994, 1st place

Composed by: Brendan J. Graham, winner of the Eurovision Song Contest 1996 for Ireland with "The Voice"

Translations:  German Russian Spanish 3 more

Israel 2002, 12th place

Composed by: Svika Pik, winner of the Eurovision Song Contest 1998 for Israel with "Diva"

Ukraine 2003, 14th place

Composed by: Svika Pik, winner of the Eurovision Song Contest 1998 for Israel with "Diva"

Translations:  Russian

Estonia 1994, 24th place

Composed by: Ivar Must, winner of the Eurovision Song Contest 2001 for Estonia with "Everybody"

Translations:  English

Slovenia 2012, 17th place in semi final 2

Composed by: Vladimir Graić, winner of the Eurovision Song Contest 2007 for Serbia with "Molitva"

Translations:  English Spanish Russian 10 more

Serbia 2015, 10th place

Composed by: Vladimir Graić, winner of the Eurovision Song Contest 2007 for Serbia with "Molitva"

Translations:  Serbian Turkish French 22 more

Norway 2018, 15th place

Composed by: Alexander Rybak, winner of the Eurovision Song Contest 2009 for Norway with "Fairytale"

Translations:  Turkish French Persian 13 more

Azerbaijan 2010, 5th place

Composed by: Stefan Örn, winner of the Eurovision Song Contest 2011 for Azerbaijan with "Running Scared"

Azerbaijan 2012, 4th place

Composed by: Stefan Örn and Sandra Bjurman, winners of the Eurovision Song Contest 2011 for Azerbaijan with "Running Scared"

Translations:  Turkish Other Persian 26 more

Azerbaijan 2014, 22nd place

Composed by: Stefan Örn, winner of the Eurovision Song Contest 2011 for Azerbaijan with "Running Scared"

Song | English Tooji

Norway 2012, 26th place

Composed by: Peter Boström, winner of the Eurovision Song Contest 2012 for Sweden with "Euphoria"

Sweden 2001, 5th place

Composed by: Thomas G:Son, winner of the Eurovision Song Contest 2012 for Sweden with "Euphoria"

Translations:  Russian Spanish German

Sweden 2006, 5th place

Composed by: Thomas G:Son, winner of the Eurovision Song Contest 2012 for Sweden with "Euphoria"

Translations:  German Spanish Swedish 4 more

Norway 2007, 18th place in the semi final

Composed by: Thomas G:Son, winner of the Eurovision Song Contest 2012 for Sweden with "Euphoria"

Translations:  French Norwegian German 2 more

Spain 2007, 20th place

Composed by: Thomas G:Son, winner of the Eurovision Song Contest 2012 for Sweden with "Euphoria"

Translations:  English Turkish French 3 more

Denmark 2010, 4th place

Composed by: Thomas G:Son, winner of the Eurovision Song Contest 2012 for Sweden with "Euphoria"

Translations:  German Spanish Romanian 9 more

Spain 2012, 10th place

Composed by: Thomas G:Son, winner of the Eurovision Song Contest 2012 for Sweden with "Euphoria"

Translations:  English German Italian 25 more

Georgia 2013, 15th place

Composed by: Thomas G:Son, winner of the Eurovision Song Contest 2012 for Sweden with "Euphoria"

Translations:  Russian

Spain 2015, 21st place

Composed by: Thomas G:Son and Peter Boström, winners of the Eurovision Song Contest 2012 for Sweden with "Euphoria"

Translations:  English French Turkish 24 more

Georgia 2015, 11th place

Composed by: Thomas G:Son, winner of the Eurovision Song Contest 2012 for Sweden with "Euphoria"

Translations:  French Turkish German 23 more

Cyprus 2016, 21st place

Composed by: Thomas G:Son, winner of the Eurovision Song Contest 2012 for Sweden with "Euphoria"

Translations:  Spanish Hungarian Greek 21 more

Georgia 2016, 20th place

Composed by: Thomas G:Son, winner of the Eurovision Song Contest 2012 for Sweden with "Euphoria"

Translations:  Italian Romanian Spanish 9 more
Song | English Hovig

Cyprus 2017, 21st place

Composed by: Thomas G:Son, winner of the Eurovision Song Contest 2012 for Sweden with "Euphoria"

Translations:  Turkish French Romanian 21 more

Malta 2018, 13th place in semi final 2

Composed by: Thomas G:Son, winner of the Eurovision Song Contest 2012 for Sweden with "Euphoria"

Translations:  Greek French Turkish 12 more

Denmark 1995, 5th place

Composed by: Lise Cabble, winner of the Eurovision Song Contest 2013 for Denmark with "Only Teardrops"

Translations:  English German

Denmark 2011, 5th place

Composed by: Lise Cabble, winner of the Eurovision Song Contest 2013 for Denmark with "Only Teardrops"

Translations:  Spanish Turkish Danish 10 more

Denmark 2019, 12th place

Composed by: Lise Cabble, winner of the Eurovision Song Contest 2013 for Denmark with "Only Teardrops"

Translations:  Spanish English Turkish 13 more

Germany 2018, 4th place

Composed by: Thomas Stengaard, winner of the Eurovision Song Contest 2013 for Denmark with "Only Teardrops"

Translations:  German Dutch Spanish 16 more

Italy 2012, 9th place

Composed by: Charlie Mason, winner of the Eurovision Song Contest 2014 for Austria with "Rise like a Phoenix"

Translations:  English Turkish French 11 more

Sweden 2013, 14th place

Composed by: Joy Deb and Linnéa Deb, winners of the Eurovision Song Contest 2015 for Sweden with "Heroes"

Translations:  German Swedish Italian 12 more

Finland 2018, 15th place

Composed by: Joy Deb and Linnéa Deb, winners of the Eurovision Song Contest 2015 for Sweden with "Heroes"

Translations:  Finnish Spanish French 25 more

Israel 2015, 9th place

Composed by: Doron Medalie, winner of the Eurovision Song Contest 2018 for Israel with "Toy"

Translations:  Spanish Turkish Serbian 17 more

Israel 2016, 14th place

Composed by: Doron Medalie, winner of the Eurovision Song Contest 2018 for Israel with "Toy"

Translations:  Turkish Spanish French 18 more
Comments
mk87mk87    Sat, 23/11/2019 - 15:03

Yes, you're right, but she did not compose her winning song, so she would be in part 4 (role-changers), which (lazy me) I haven't done yet. But I will come back to it.