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Results: Eurovision Song Contest 1973 – Luxembourg, Luxembourg

Results – Eurovision Song Contest 1973:

Place Country Song title Performer(s) Points
01 Luxembourg Luxembourg (CLT) “Tu Te Reconnaîtras” Anne-Marie David 129
02 Spain Spain (TVE) “Eres Tú” Mocedades 125
03 UK United Kingdom (BBC) “Power To All Our Friends” Cliff Richard 123
04 Israel Israel (IBA) “Ey-sham” Ilanit 097
05 Sweden Sweden (SR) “You’re Summer” The Nova and The Dolls 094
06 Finland Finland (YLE) “Tom Tom Tom” Marion Rung 093
07 Norway Norway (NRK) “It’s Just A Game” Bendik Singers 089
08 Germany Germany (ARD) “Junger Tag” Gitte 085
08 Monaco Monaco (TMC) “Un Train Qui Part” Marie 085
10 Portugal Portugal (RTP) “Tourada” Fernando Tordo 080
10 Ireland Ireland (RTÉ) “Do I Dream?” Maxi 080
12 Switzerland Switzerland (SSR SRG) “Je Me Vais Marier, Marie” Patrick Juvet 079
13 Italy Italy (RAI) “Chi Sarà Con Te” Massimo Ranieri 074
14 Netherlands The Netherlands (NOS) “De Oude Muzikant” Ben Cramer 069
15 Yugoslavia Yugoslavia (JRT) “Gori Vatra” Zdravko Colic 065
15 France France (ORTF) “Sans Toi” Martine Clémenceau 065
17 Belgium Belgium (BRT) “Baby, Baby” Nicole and Hugo 058
(Source: eurovision.tv)

The 1973 (18th) Eurovision Song Contest – 17 countries participated:

Debuting country: Other participants: Withdrawing countries:
Israel Israel (debut: 1973) Netherlands The Netherlands (debut: 1956) Austria Austria (debut: 1957)
Switzerland Switzerland (debut: 1956) Malta Malta (debut: 1971)
Returning countries: Belgium Belgium (debut: 1956)
None Germany Germany (debut: 1956) Former participant:
France France (debut: 1956) Denmark Denmark (debut: 1957)
Luxembourg Luxembourg (debut: 1956)
Italy Italy (debut: 1956)
UK United Kingdom (debut: 1957)
Sweden Sweden (debut: 1958)
Monaco Monaco (debut: 1959)
Norway Norway (debut: 1960)
Spain Spain (debut: 1961)
Finland Finland (debut: 1961)
Yugoslavia Yugoslavia (debut: 1961)
Portugal Portugal (debut: 1964)
Ireland Ireland (debut: 1965)
(Source: en.wikipedia.org)