Home Composed Song Contest 1991

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Contest overview

The inaugural Home Composed Song Contest was organised by Morten Boldt Hansen, the man responsible for creating the competition.

Five composers submitted nine songs in total, with Israel, Spain, Denmark, the United Kingdom and Sweden all represented.

In this first year of the event, songs with vocals were not permitted - only instrumentals.

In the end, Morten won his own competition with the song "A World In Peace", which led from the very first round of voting; only the Swedish jury failed to give it the maximum award of 8 points.

Entries and results

Draw Country Song Title Performer Composer Position Points
01 Isr.png Israel Looking For Mystery Y. Sapir Y. Sapir 4 16
02 Esp.png Spain I'll Always Stand By You Maria Luisa Perero Maria Luisa Perero 9 4
03 Den.png Denmark In Thousand Years Morten Boldt Hansen Morten Boldt Hansen 3 19
04 Uk.png United Kingdom Shockwave Simon Russell Ace Frehmen, Simon Russell, Mark Russell 5 15
05 Swe.png Sweden Today Henrik Wickstrand Henrik Wickstrand 5 15
06 Esp.png Spain Be Back Soon Maria Luisa Perero Maria Luisa Perero 8 11
07 Den.png Denmark A World In Peace Morten Boldt Hansen Morten Boldt Hansen 1 29
08 Isr.png Israel The Horsemen Y. Sapir Y. Sapir 2 21
09 Swe.png Sweden I Can Feel It Now Henrik Wickstrand Henrik Wickstrand 5 15

Scoreboard

Juries
Isr.png Esp.png Den.png Uk.png Swe.png Total
Looking For Mystery 2 6 2 6 16
I'll Always Stand By You 1 2 1 4
In Thousand Years 5 5 6 3 19
Shockwave 2 1 4 8 15
Today 3 6 3 3 15
Be Back Soon 4 1 4 2 11
A World In Peace 8 8 8 5 29
The Horsemen 4 8 5 4 21
I Can Feel It Now 6 3 5 1 15

Media

HCSC 1991 winner: Morten Boldt Hansen - A World In Peace

Recap of all HCSC 1991 songs in draw order


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