Eurovision Song Contest Italien Inhaltsverzeichnis
Dieser Artikel befasst sich mit der Geschichte Italiens als Teilnehmer am Eurovision Song Contest. Inhaltsverzeichnis. 1 Regelmäßigkeit der Teilnahme und. Italien gehört zu den Gründungsländern des Eurovision Song Contest. entschied das Land zwar, nicht mehr am Wettbewerb teilzunehmen, kehrte . Italien zählt zu den Gründungsländern des Eurovision Song Contest. entschied das Land allerdings, nicht mehr am Wettbewerb teilzunehmen. Im Herbst. Lesergame Best of Junior Eurovision Song Contest - Vorrunde (5): Bulgarien · Michael Schulte zurück bei "The Voice of Germany" - Neue Single "For A Second". Consulta la traducción alemán-inglés de Italien beim Eurovision Song contest en el diccionario en línea PONS! Entrenador de vocabulario, tablas de.
Lesergame Best of Junior Eurovision Song Contest - Vorrunde (5): Bulgarien · Michael Schulte zurück bei "The Voice of Germany" - Neue Single "For A Second". Consulta la traducción alemán-inglés de Italien beim Eurovision Song contest en el diccionario en línea PONS! Entrenador de vocabulario, tablas de. Italien gehört zu den Gründungsländern des Eurovision Song Contest. entschied das Land zwar, nicht mehr am Wettbewerb teilzunehmen, kehrte .
Eurovision Song Contest Italien VideoLIVE - Francesca Michielin - No Degree Of Separation (Italy) at the Grand Final In Italien hat Diodato das Sanremo-Festival gewonnen. Schafft er mit "Fai rumore" beim ESC in Rotterdam einen ähnlich guten Platz wie Mahmood im. Videos zu Eurovision Song Contest | Alles rund um die größte Musikshow der Welt - mit Songchecks der ESC-Songchecker zu Italien: Diodato - "Fai rumore".
In , Ermal Meta and Fabrizio Moro represented the nation with the song " Non mi avete fatto niente ", placing fifth with points.
The Italian national broadcaster, Radiotelevisione italiana RAI , broadcasts the event within Italy and organises the selection process for the nation's entry.
The selected entrant was then responsible for selecting the song they would compete with. Since , the winning artist of the Sanremo Music Festival is rewarded with the opportunity to represent Italy at the Eurovision Song Contest, although in the winner declined and the broadcaster appointed the runner-up as the Italian entrant.
The competition took place between 5—9 February with the winner being selected on the last day of the festival. Twenty four artists competed in Sanremo Two of the twenty four competing artists Einar and Mahmood respectively were selected in the standalone Sanremo Newcomers competition that was held in December The performers were: .
The 24 Big Artists each performed their entry again for a final time on 9 February Mahmood was declared the winner of the contest with the song "Soldi".
During the press conference that followed the final, Mahmood accepted to compete in the Eurovision Song Contest. As a member of the "Big 5", Italy automatically qualified to compete in the final.
In addition to their participation in the final, Italy is also required to broadcast and vote in one of the two semi-finals the second one this year.
Voting during the three shows involved each country awarding two sets of points from , 10 and one from their professional jury and the other from televoting.
Each nation's jury consisted of five music industry professionals who are citizens of the country they represent, with their names published before the contest to ensure transparency.
This jury judged each entry based on: vocal capacity; the stage performance; the song's composition and originality; and the overall impression by the act.
In addition, no member of a national jury was permitted to be related in any way to any of the competing acts in such a way that they cannot vote impartially and independently.
The individual rankings of each jury member, as well as the nation's televoting results, were released shortly after the grand final.
The following six members comprised the Italian jury: . Italy in the Eurovision Song Contest Main article: Italy in the Eurovision Song Contest.
Main article: Sanremo Music Festival None of the Eurovision winning songs were particularly successful in the Italian charts. A notable exception to this rule was, however, the entry " I treni di Tozeur " by Alice and Franco Battiato which shared 5th position in the final but still became a 3 hit in Italy and was also placed at 20 on the chart of the best-selling singles in Italy of Italy refused to broadcast the Eurovision Song Contest on RAI because of a song sung by Gigliola Cinquetti which coincided with the intense political campaigning for the Italian referendum on divorce which was held a month later in May.
Despite the Eurovision contest's taking place more than a month before the planned vote, Italian censors refused to allow the contest and song to be shown or heard.
The song thus remained censored on most Italian state TV and radio stations for over a month. It also reached the German top However, in two noted Italian musicians, Vince Tempera who was the conductor for Malta in and had helped San Marino take part in the ESC in and Eurovision winner Toto Cutugno expressed their sorrow at Italy's non-participation and called for the country to return to the contest.
Contestants from the contest , starting with the winner Dima Bilan appeared on the Italian show Carramba! Shortly after revealing the list of participants for the Contest the EBU announced that, for the Contest, they would work harder to bring Italy back into the contest, along with former participants Monaco and Austria.
At a press conference presenting the fourth edition of the Italian X Factor , Rai 2 director Massimo Liofredi announced that the winner of the competition might advance to represent Italy in the Eurovision Song Contest, rather than participate in the Sanremo Festival , as in previous years.
On 2 December , it was officially announced by the Eurovision Song Contest official website that Italy had applied to compete in the Contest.
Italy's return to the contest after a year absence has been successful, finishing in the top ten in seven of the last nine contests — In , Raphael Gualazzi finished second, Italy's best result since Italy actually came first with the jury vote, but only 11th in the televote to place second overall behind winners Azerbaijan.
Nina Zilli in and Marco Mengoni in were able to achieve a top 10 position 9th and 7th respectively ; the latter, gathered points, exactly doubling the sum of the other Big.
This trend had a stop when Emma Marrone , selected internally, ended in 21st place, worst position ever of an Italian entry.
Italy placed first in the televote with points, but sixth in the jury vote. Francesca Michielin, selected among competitors of Sanremo Festival after the waiver of the winners Stadio , ended in 16th place.
Francesco Gabbani , a fan favourite with "Occidentali's Karma", earned a 6th place in The year after, although not initially a big favourite with the bookies, Ermal Meta and Fabrizio Moro returned Italy to the top 5 with " Non mi avete fatto niente " aided significantly by finishing third in the televote which heavily counterbalanced the 17th place of the jury, finishing fifth overall.
In Mahmood placed second with points, Italy's best result since The video for " Occidentali's Karma " by Francesco Gabbani has become the first Eurovision song to reach more than million views on YouTube , while " Soldi " by Mahmood is the most-streamed Eurovision song on Spotify.
Since , four countries - the United Kingdom , Germany , France and Spain - have automatically qualified for the final of the Contest regardless of their positions on the scoreboard in previous contests.
Owing to their untouchable status in the Contest, these countries became known as the " Big Four ". Executive Supervisor of the Contest Svante Stockselius told reporters in a meeting with OGAE Serbia that, if Italy were to return to the contest in the future, the country would also qualify automatically for the finals, becoming part of a "Big Five".
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Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. January Learn how and when to remove this template message. The official Eurovision site lists all the other songs as being placed second.
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