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Finland first participated in the [[Home Composed Song Contest]] in [[Home Composed Song Contest 2002|2002]] and was most recently represented in the [[Home Composed Song Contest 2020|2020]] edition.
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Finland first participated in the [[Home Composed Song Contest]] in [[Home Composed Song Contest 2002|2002]] and was most recently represented in the [[Home Composed Song Contest 2021|2021]] edition.
  
 
[[Tero Aalto]] and [[Bo Söderholm]] account for most of the Finnish entries in HCSC history. They enjoyed great success in the 2010s in particular, with Tero's band Snowclone winning the [[Home Composed Song Contest 2012|2012]] edition and Bo racking up solo victories in [[Home Composed Song Contest 2014|2014]] and [[Home Composed Song Contest 2016|2016]] plus a win with his duo AB in [[Home Composed Song Contest 2019|2019]].
 
[[Tero Aalto]] and [[Bo Söderholm]] account for most of the Finnish entries in HCSC history. They enjoyed great success in the 2010s in particular, with Tero's band Snowclone winning the [[Home Composed Song Contest 2012|2012]] edition and Bo racking up solo victories in [[Home Composed Song Contest 2014|2014]] and [[Home Composed Song Contest 2016|2016]] plus a win with his duo AB in [[Home Composed Song Contest 2019|2019]].
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Latest revision as of 09:09, 5 November 2021

Finland first participated in the Home Composed Song Contest in 2002 and was most recently represented in the 2021 edition.

Tero Aalto and Bo Söderholm account for most of the Finnish entries in HCSC history. They enjoyed great success in the 2010s in particular, with Tero's band Snowclone winning the 2012 edition and Bo racking up solo victories in 2014 and 2016 plus a win with his duo AB in 2019.

Contestants

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Year Title Performer Position
2002 Waiting For Life Petri Käenmäki 15 (of 36)
2011 Sometimes We Are Strangers Bo Söderholm 5= (of 35)
2011 Oh? Snowclone 13 (of 35)
2012 Olen Snowclone 1 (of 22)
2012 Sometimes It Happens Bo Söderholm 6 (of 22)
2013 If I See A Falling Star Bo Söderholm 4 (of 25)
2013 Antediluvian Anthem Snowclone 5 (of 25)
2014 When My Heartache Is Over Bo Söderholm 1 (of 18)
2014 Poetessan tie Snowclone 6 (of 18)
2015 The One Snowclone 2 (of 18)
2016 I Still Keep On Calling You Bo Söderholm 1 (of 14)
2016 Jäärakkaus Snowclone 3 (of 14)
2017 Deep Waters Asla Osprey 2 (of 14)
2017 Breaking Space Snowclone 6 (of 14)
2017 Love Isn't An Emotion Roger Holmlund 12 (of 14)
2018 I Only Need This Weekend AB 3 (of 18)
2018 I Want You (Out Of My Life) Snowclone 9 (of 18)
2019 Back In Time AB 1 (of 20)
2019 My Song Snowclone 6 (of 20)
2020 Lie To Me Bo Söderholm 2= (of 17)
2020 Waters Anders Spakling 5 (of 17)
2020 Red Light Stop Sign Snowclone 8 (of 17)
2021 Look Out! Snowclone 3 (of 24)

Instrumental of the Year:

Year Title Performer Position
2016 Crying Wolf UFOPOLI 3= (of 6)


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