Norway in the Home Composed Song Contest

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Norway first participated in the Home Composed Song Contest in 1997 and was most recently represented in the 2004 edition.

Norway won the 1997 edition of the contest with "Min lengsel" by Roy Vorland, who also took third place in the same contest. All of the other Norwegian entries are attributable to Danish composer Tony Søgaard Olsen, who decided to represent Norway for several years.

Contestants

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Year Title Performer Position
1997 Min lengsel Roy Vorland 1 (of 14)
1997 Vår tid i sola Roy Vorland 3 (of 14)
2002 Hvisker dit navn Tony Søgaard Olsen 5 (of 36)
2002 Jeg har lagt dig på is Tony Søgaard Olsen 7 (of 36)
2003 You Tony Søgaard Olsen 3 (of 27)
2003 On Christmas Day t.O.T.o. 8 (of 27)
2004 Timerne går Tony Søgaard Olsen 13 (of 23)
2004 Dancing With My Turkish Dream Tony Søgaard Olsen 14 (of 23)


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