Melodifestivalen 1963


Melodifestivalen 1963
Melodifestivalen 1963
Date: 16 February 1963
Presenter: Sven Lindahl
Venue: Cirkus, Stockholm
Voting: An expert jury
Winner: En gång i Stockholm performed by Monica Zetterlund/Carli Thornhave
Winner's result at Eurovision: Thirteenth (last) place

Melodifestivalen 1963 (known as Eurovisionsschlagern, svensk final) was the selection for the sixth song to represent Sweden at the Eurovision Song Contest. It was the fifth time that this system of picking a song had been used. One singer performed the song with a large orchestra and one with a smaller orchestra. 816 songs were submitted to SVT for the competition. The final was broadcast on Sveriges Radio TV but was not broadcast on radio. Monica Zetterlund performed En gång i Stockholm at Eurovision, and became the first and only artist to score "nul points" for Sweden.

Contents

Results

Place Artist1 Artist2 Song Songwriters
1st Monica Zetterlund Carli Thornehave En gång i Stockholm Bobbie Ericson, Beppe Wolgers
2nd Gerd Söderberg Roffe Berg, Hasse Burman & Charlie Norman Storstadsmelodi Gunnar Lundén-Welden, Carl Gyllenberg
3rd Carli Thornehave Lars Lönndahl Twist till menuett Thore Skogman
  • 1: Performer with large orchestra
  • 2: Performer with smaller orchestra

Eliminated songs

Artist1 Artist2 Song Songwriters
Lars Lönndahl Gunnar Wiklund Vårens flickparad Britt Lindeborg
Roffe Berg, Hasse Burman & Charlie Norman Gerd Södergren Hong Kong-sång Bobbie Ericson, Bo Eneby
Anna-Lena Löfgren Ann-Louise Hanson Säg varför Ulf Källqvist
Per Lindqvist & Ulf Lindqvist Lily Berglund Rosen och vinden Owe Thörnqvist
Lily Berglund Mona Grain Fröken Eko Britt Lindeborg
Gunnar Wiklund Tommy Jacobsson Scheherazde Åke Gerhard
Mona Grain Ann-Catrine Widlund Jag är så trött på allt det här Bo Harry Sandin
Ann-Louise Hanson Per Lindqvist & Ulf Lindqvist Zum zum zum, lilla sommarbi Sam Samson, Fritz-Gustav
  • 1: Performer with large orchestra
  • 2: Performer with smaller orchestra

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