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Dincolo de nori

"Dincolo de nori"
Single by Dan Bittman
Released March 1994
Format CD single, digital download
Recorded 1994
Genre pop-rock
Length 2:59
Label Roton
Writer(s) Antonio Furtuna, Dan Bittman
Producer(s) Noel Kelehan
"Dincolo de nori"
Eurovision Song Contest 1994 entry
Country
Artist(s)
Language
Composer(s)
Antonio Furtuna, Dan Bittman
Lyricist(s)
Antonio Furtuna, Dan Bittman
Finals performance
Final result
21st
Final points
14
Appearance chronology
"Eu cred" (1995) ►

"Dincolo de nori" (Beyond the clouds) is a song by Estonia's Silvi Vrait with "Nagu merelaine" and preceding Malta's Chris and Moira with "More than Love". At the close of voting, Bittman had received 14 points, placing 21st in a field of 25. This is one of Romania's poorest results. Due to the poor result, Romania was rendered ineligible to participate in the 1995 contest. Additionally, Romania's entry for the 1996 Contest did not qualify through the internal selection for that year's Contest, rendering Romania ineligible for the 1997 Contest as well. As a "passive participant" (a country broadcasting but not entering the Contest) in 1997, Romania was re-admitted the following year. Thus, the song was succeeded as Romanian representative at the 1998 Contest by Mălina Olinescu with "Eu cred".


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