Harry Winter

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For the Newfoundland and Labrador judge and political figure, see Harry A. Winter.

Harry Winter (24 September 1914 in Beuthen, Kingdom of Prussia – 3 December 2001 in Vienna), born Horst Winter, was a German-Austrian singer who performed at the 1960 Eurovision Song Contest. His German entry "Du hast mich so fasziniert [You fascinated me so much]" finished seventh out of thirteen.

In 1948, Winter had recorded Und jetzt ist es still, which was covered by Betty Hutton in 1951 and by Björk in 1995 with the title It's oh so quiet.

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Preceded by
Ferry Graf
Austria in the Eurovision Song Contest
Succeeded by
Jimmy Makulis