Morten Boldt Hansen

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Morten Boldt Hansen from Denmark created the Home Composed Song Contest in 1991 and also hosted the event in 1992 and 1994.

He is statistically the most successful participant in the competition's history. He won the inaugural event in 1991 with the song "A World In Peace" and followed that up with victories in 1998 ("Find Your Dream"), 2003 ("The Only One I Fear") and 2004 ("Venter på mig").

He also achieved several other podium finishes before ending his HCSC career in the 2011 edition - so far, anyway!

Entries

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Year Title Performer Position
1991 A World In Peace Morten Boldt Hansen 1 (of 9)
1991 In Thousand Years Morten Boldt Hansen 3 (of 9)
1992 The Beautiful Sea Morten Boldt Hansen 4= (of 10)
1992 I'll Never Be The Same Without You Morten Boldt Hansen 7= (of 10)
1993 Rhythm Morten Boldt Hansen 5 (of 10)
1993 Goulash Morten Boldt Hansen 9 (of 10)
1994 Don't Wanna Lose You Morten Boldt Hansen 3 (of 10)
1994 Forever Morten Boldt Hansen 6= (of 10)
1996 Because Of You Morten Boldt Hansen 4 (of 15)
1996 Till The End Of Time Morten Boldt Hansen 6 (of 15)
1997 Are You Mine? Morten Boldt Hansen 2 (of 14)
1997 My Inspiration Morten Boldt Hansen 7 (of 14)
1998 Find Your Dream Morten Boldt Hansen 1 (of 12)
1998 Everywhere I Look Morten Boldt Hansen 3 (of 12)
1999 Sent To Me From Someone Up Above Morten Boldt Hansen 3 (of 17)
1999 I Do Miss You Morten Boldt Hansen 5 (of 17)
2000 Forgive And Forget (My Lies) Morten Boldt Hansen 5 (of 15)
2000 Now I Believe In Miracles Morten Boldt Hansen 11 (of 15)
2002 You Go Away Morten Boldt Hansen 11 (of 36)
2002 You Morten Boldt Hansen 21 (of 36)
2003 The Only One I Fear Morten Boldt 1 (of 27)
2004 Venter på mig Morten Boldt 1 (of 23)
2011 Don't Leave Me Like This Morten Boldt Hansen 21 (of 35)


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Statistics
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