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<p style="margin-top:0.4em;margin-bottom:0.5em;font-size:14px;height:1px!important;">The video of the very first edition of the Eurovision Song Contest, a musical show organized by the European Broadcasting Union, is considered lost. </p>
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 <p style="font-size:14px;height:1px!important;">The show, even if it was filmed for TV, was mainly considered as a radio show for this very first edition. It was broadcasted live on 24th May 1956, in Lugano, Switzerland. 14 songs competed, woth each country presenting 2 entries. It is the only edition in which only the winning song was announced (Switzerland, with the song "Refrain", sung by Lys Assia), being the rest of positions unknown.</p>
 
   
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<p style="font-size:14px;height:1px!important;">The show, even if it was filmed for TV, was mainly considered as a radio show for this very first edition. It was broadcasted live on 24th May 1956, in Lugano, Switzerland. 14 songs competed, woth each country presenting 2 entries. It is the only edition in which only the winning song was announced (Switzerland, with the song "Refrain", sung by Lys Assia), being the rest of positions unknown.</p>
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<p style="font-size:14px;height:1px!important;">Unfortunately, all that has been found of the broadcasting is the nearly-full audio broadcast of the show (still missing a part of the interval act), and a short video of the winning reprise of the song, donated by the winner of the edition, swiss singer Lys Assia, who had a copy without sound of that performance.</p>
 
<p style="font-size:14px;height:1px!important;">Unfortunately, all that has been found of the broadcasting is the nearly-full audio broadcast of the show (still missing a part of the interval act), and a short video of the winning reprise of the song, donated by the winner of the edition, swiss singer Lys Assia, who had a copy without sound of that performance.</p>
 
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The video of the very first edition of the Eurovision Song Contest, a musical show organized by the European Broadcasting Union, is considered lost.

Eurovision_1956_Switzerland_Lys_Assia_-_Refrain

Eurovision 1956 Switzerland Lys Assia - Refrain


The show, even if it was filmed for TV, was mainly considered as a radio show for this very first edition. It was broadcasted live on 24th May 1956, in Lugano, Switzerland. 14 songs competed, woth each country presenting 2 entries. It is the only edition in which only the winning song was announced (Switzerland, with the song "Refrain", sung by Lys Assia), being the rest of positions unknown.

Eurovision_Song_Contest_1956_full_contest

Eurovision Song Contest 1956 full contest

Unfortunately, all that has been found of the broadcasting is the nearly-full audio broadcast of the show (still missing a part of the interval act), and a short video of the winning reprise of the song, donated by the winner of the edition, swiss singer Lys Assia, who had a copy without sound of that performance.

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