Spain in the Eurovision Song Contest 1962
|Eurovision Song Contest 1962|
|Selection process||National Final|
5 February 1962
6 February 1962
|Selected entrant||Víctor Balaguer|
|Final result||13th, 0 points|
|Spain in the Eurovision Song Contest|
Spain took part in the Eurovision Song Contest 1962. The country was represented by Víctor Balaguer with the song "Llámame". The song was chosen through a national final.
The national final took place at RNE's studios in Barcelona and was aired through radio, hosted by Federico Gallo. Sixteen songs were presented in a semi-final on February 5, and ten of these songs went forward to the national final that took place on February 6. Víctor Balaguer was proclaimed winner with "Llámame" by the votes of 10 regional radio stations.
Result of national final
|1||"Que llueva"||Let it rain||Dúo Juvens||-|
|3||"Un viejo paraguas"||An old umbrella||Tonio Areta||2|
|4||"Después de aquello"||After that||Lita Torelló||-|
|7||"Canto de un fracaso"||Song of a failure||Tonio Areta||-|
|8||"Perdona Otelo"||Sorry Othello||Raphael||-|
|9||"Llámame"||Call me||Víctor Balaguer||1|
|10||"Huella de ti"||Trace of yours||Gelu||-|
Víctor Balaguer was the third to perform in the running order, following Belgium and preceding Austria. He received nul point for his performance, sharing the last place with Belgium, Austria and the Netherlands.
- del Amor Caballero, Reyes (2004-05-04). "Preselecciones españolas para Eurovisión, primera parte" (in Spanish). eurovision-spain.com. Retrieved 2008-03-01.
- "Spain National Final 1962". natfinals.50webs.com.