Sweden in the Home Composed Song Contest

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Sweden first participated in the Home Composed Song Contest in 1991 and was most recently represented in the 2018 edition.

There have been three Swedish victories in the competition to date: two in the very early days thanks to Bengt Carlvik, and one in 2009 through the twins Ylva and Linda and their Onevoice project. Those entrants also account for all of Sweden's other podium positions in HCSC history with the exception of "I tusen år" submitted by Annika Jansson, which took second place in 2004.

Sweden also took second place in the one-off "Instrumental of the Year" category in 2016 thanks to Martin Kahnberg's "Hiraeth".

Contestants

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Year Title Performer Position
1991 Today Henrik Wickstrand 5= (of 9)
1991 I Can Feel It Now Henrik Wickstrand 5= (of 9)
1992 Nights Of Berlin Bengt Carlvik 1 (of 10)
1992 Love Is A Liar Bengt Carlvik 2 (of 10)
1992 Just One More Time Henrik Wickstrand 6 (of 10)
1992 I Need You Henrik Wickstrand 9= (of 10)
1993 Stop Me (I'm Running Away) Bengt Carlvik 1 (of 10)
1993 Twilight Bengt Carlvik 2 (of 10)
1997 Ge mej kickar Mårten Eklund 12 (of 14)
1997 I Wanna Be Where You Wanna Be Mårten Eklund & Camilla Högberg 13= (of 14)
1998 Världen var ond Mårten Eklund 10 (of 12)
1998 Somna inte Camilla Högberg & Mårten Eklund 12 (of 12)
1999 Att glida iväg på ett rosa moln Mårten Eklund & Henrik Lindvall 15= (of 17)
1999 Säkra steg Mårten Eklund & Henrik Lindvall 15= (of 17)
2001 Krama mej bara nu Mårten Eklund & Henrik Lindvall 11 (of 14)
2002 Another Lie Sara Lidman 4 (of 36)
2002 Do It! Jonas Gladnikoff 12 (of 36)
2002 Vi är inga öar Mårten Eklund 27 (of 36)
2003 Vi är för alltid vänner Henrik Lindvall 5 (of 27)
2003 Te quiero Annika Jansson 13= (of 27)
2003 Just nu Mårten Eklund 22 (of 27)
2004 I tusen år Martin 2 (of 23)
2004 Kom hit Mårten Eklund & Martin Persson 19 (of 23)
2004 When Love Walks In X-Tinction 20 (of 23)
2004 Blademaster X-Tinction 22 (of 23)
2004 Ta emot mig när jag faller Mårten Eklund 23 (of 23)
2005 Tiden går Annika Jansson & Martin 13 (of 23)
2005 Jag vill älska nån igen Mårten Eklund feat. Henrik Lindvall & Maria Sand 14 (of 23)
2005 Nightmare Mårten Eklund & Henrik Lindvall 19= (of 23)
2005 The Stranger Martin Kahnberg 21= (of 23)
2005 Deciples Martin Kahnberg 21= (of 23)
2006 Always In My Heart Ylva Glader & Linda Persson 2 (of 36)
2006 Finns här för dig Ylva Glader & Linda Persson 3 (of 36)
2006 Love Annika Jansson 5 (of 36)
2006 Mot nya äventyr Ylva Glader & Linda Persson 7 (of 36)
2006 Free Me Martin Kahnberg 32 (of 36)
2006 The Flight Of The Outcasts Martin Kahnberg 35= (of 36)
2007 Stick och brinn Annika Jansson 8= (of 28)
2008 Higher, Higher Marcus Björkander 16 (of 31)
2008 I Will Always (Love You) Andreas Nilsson 21 (of 31)
2008 Vad? Martin Kahnberg 25 (of 31)
2008 Be My Casanova Andreas Nilsson 29 (of 31)
2009 Här kommer solen Onevoice 1 (of 25)
2009 No Longer In My Mind Marcus Björkander 13 (of 25)
2009 Computers Marcus Björkander 22 (of 25)
2013 Freedom Martin Kahnberg 22 (of 25)
2014 Mindtrapped Martin Kahnberg 14 (of 18)
2015 Relda's Doubts Martin Kahnberg 10= (of 18)
2016 Andas Martin Kahnberg 9 (of 14)
2017 Dŵr dwfn Martin Kahnberg 13 (of 14)
2018 Quiet Martin Kahnberg 17 (of 18)

Instrumental of the Year:

Year Title Performer Position
2016 Hiraeth Martin Kahnberg 2 (of 6)


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