Achim Wurm

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Achim Wurm from Germany first participated in the Home Composed Song Contest in 1999 and was most recently represented in the 2010 edition.

Achim's HCSC career was a game of two halves: a successful first phase in conjunction with fellow songwriter and singer Scotty, including victory in the 2001 contest with the song "Genug, genug", followed by a less fruitful run of results as a solo songwriter.

Achim also organised the 2002 competition in conjunction with fellow German HCSC regular Matthias Pohl.

Entries

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Year Title Performer Position
1999 Ich brauch' Dich Achim 4 (of 17)
1999 Morgenkinder Achim & Scotty 7= (of 17)
2000 Eingesperrt (frei zu sein) Scotty 3 (of 15)
2000 Wenn du liebst Achim Wurm 9 (of 15)
2001 Genug, genug Silviana 1 (of 14)
2001 Schon so lange her Achim Wurm & Scotty 5 (of 14)
2002 Lebenswertes Leben Scotty 8 (of 36)
2002 Wind von Ägypten Achim Wurm 32= (of 36)
2003 Im Sturm dieser Welt Achim Wurm 26 (of 27)
2003 OK Achim Wurm 27 (of 27)
2004 Ein kleines Herz Scotty 4 (of 23)
2004 Berlin Achim Wurm 21 (of 23)
2005 Und jedes Jahr beginnt ein neuer Frühling Achim Wurm 18 (of 23)
2006 Phantasia Achim Wurm 23= (of 36)
2006 Ru Ru Russland Achim Wurm 29 (of 36)
2007 Stop Achim Wurm 22 (of 28)
2008 In der Stille der Nacht Achim Wurm 27= (of 31)
2008 Ballerina der Nacht Achim Wurm 31 (of 31)
2010 Ennis und Jack - Freunde auf dem Brokeback Mountain Achim Wurm 17 (of 19)


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