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Romania in the Eurovision Song Contest 1994

The 1994 was the debuting year of Romania at the Eurovision Song Contest at its second attempt, having previously failed to qualify from the semi-final stage of the Eurovision Song Contest 1993. Televiziunea Română (TVR) held a national final to select the second Romanian entry for the Eurovision Song Contest held in Dublin, Ireland. National final was won by Dan Bittman, with the song Dincolo de nori, music and lyrics by Antonio Furtuna & Dan Bittman.

National final

The National final took place in Bucharest, on March 20, 1994, and was hosted by Gabriela Crista. There were 16 songs, 2 sang by Mona Rosoga, 2 by Monica Anghel and 2 by Luminiţa Anghel (one with Gabriel Cotabiţă). The winning song was chosen by 5 regional juries. Only the winner was announced.

Selecţia Naţională - 20 March 1994
Draw Artist Song
1 Adrian Enache "Trenul cu roţi albastre"
2 Aurelian Temișan "Dragostea e șansa ta"
3 Elena Cârstea "Până când?"
4 Nicoleta Nicola "Doar amintiri"
5 Constantin Dimitriu "Daniela"
6 Mona Rosoga "Vei veni"
7 Loredana Groza "Nu adio"
8 Mona Rosoga "Fără să știu, fără să vreau"
9 Lucia Mereuță "Dacă muzica"
10 Silvia Chifiriuc "Prea multe întrebări"
11 Dan Bittman "Dincolo de nori"
12 Monica Anghel "Dă-mi o stea din cerul tău"
13 Monica Anghel "Dau viaţa mea pentru-o iubire"
14 Luminiţa Anghel & Gabriel Cotabiţă "Nu e prea târziu"
15 Oana Sârbu "Viaţa râde, viaţa plânge"
16 Luminiţa Anghel "Speranţă"

At Eurovision

Dan Bittman performed 11th on the night of the contest, following Estonia and preceding Malta. He received 14 points, and finished on 21st place out of 25. Because of then relegation rule, Romania missed the 1995 contest.

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