Eurovision Song Contest 1964The Eurovision Song Contest 1964 was the ninth Eurovision and was held on March 21, 1964 in Denmark. With Lotta Wæver as the presenter, the contest was won by Gigliola Cinquetti who represented Italy, with her song "Non Ho L'étà".
A political protest occured after the Swiss entry, where a man trespassed onto the stage holding a banner which said "Boycot Franco & Salazar". Whilst this was going on, television viewers were shown a shot of the scoreboard, once the man was removed the contest went on.
|Udo Jürgens||Warum nur, warum?
(Why only, Why?)
|Robert Cogoi||Pres De Ma Riviere||10||2|
|Bjørn Tidemand||Sangen Om Dig
(The Song About you)
|Rachel||Le Chant De Mallory||4||14|
|Nora Nova||Man gewöhnt sich so schnell an das Schöne||13||0|
|Gigliola Cinquetti||Non Ho L'étà||1||49|
|Hughes Aufray||Des Que Le Printemps Revient||4||14|
|Romuald||Ou Sont-Elles Passees?||3||15|
|Anneke Groenloh||Jij Bent Mijn Leven
(You are my Life)
|Anita Traversi||I Miei Pensieri
|Matt Monro||I Love the Little Things
|Sabahudin Kurt||ivot je sklopio krug||13||0|
|Venue: Tivoli Concert Hall - Copenhagen, Denmark|
|The table is ordered by the countries names.|
Each country had 10 jury members and each jury had 9 points to award. The
song that got the most votes within the jury got 5 points, the song with the second most votes got 3 points and the song with the third most votes got 1 point. If only one song got every vote within the jury it would get 9 points and if only two songs were chosen, the song most voted for would get 6 points and the other song would get 3 points.
|The table is ordered by appearance.|