Israel in the Home Composed Song Contest

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Israel first participated in the Home Composed Song Contest in the inaugural edition in 1991 and was most recently represented in the 2011 edition.

The best result achieved by an Israeli entry was second place, an honour that went to both Y. Sapir's "The Horsemen" in 1991 and Alon Shanni's "Ulay efrach" in 1998.

Contestants

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Year Title Performer Position
1991 The Horsemen Y. Sapir 2 (of 9)
1991 Looking For Mystery Y. Sapir 4 (of 9)
1993 Pour toi Y. Sapir 8 (of 10)
1993 Combattere e vincere Y. Sapir 10 (of 10)
1996 Beyn hapreydot vehamesibot Mizmor Shir 13 (of 15)
1996 Khi lach et liby Mizmor Shir 15 (of 15)
1997 Ha'derech el ha'or Alon Shanni 5 (of 14)
1997 Yesh li harbe ma lehagid Alon Shanni 10 (of 14)
1998 Ulay efrach Alon Shanni 2 (of 12)
1999 Israel he gam shelli Alon Shanni 14 (of 17)
2011 Peter Pan Doro Doron Eitan 9 (of 35)
2011 I Knew You Could Be (Something Special To Me) Doro Doron Eitan DQ


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