Under stjernerne på himlen

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Denmark "Under stjernerne på himlen"
Eurovision Song Contest 1993 entry
Country Denmark
Artist(s) Tommy Seebach Band
Language Danish
Composer(s) Tommy Seebach
Lyricist(s) Keld Heick
Conductor Georg Keller
Finals performance
Final result 22nd
Final points 9
Appearance chronology
◄ "Alt det som ingen ser" (1992)   
"Fra Mols til Skagen" (1995) ►

"Under stjernerne på himlen" ("Under the stars of the sky") was the Danish entry in the Eurovision Song Contest 1993, performed in Danish by the Tommy Seebach Band.

The song was performed fifth on the night, following Switzerland's Annie Cotton with "Moi, tout simplement" and preceding Greece's Keti Garbi with "Eladha, Hora Tu Fotos". At the close of voting, it had received 9 points, placing 22nd in a field of 25.

The poor result at this Contest, coupled with the expansion of the Contest into Eastern Europe, meant that Denmark was not invited to compete in the 1994 contest, something for which Seebach himself was blamed on his return home.[citation needed] Much of this opprobrium still lingered at the time of his death.[citation needed]

It was succeeded as Danish representative at the 1995 Contest (to which Denmark had been invited) by Aud Wilken with "Fra Mols til Skagen".

Rasmus Seebach version[edit]

"Under stjernerne på himlen"
Single by Rasmus Seebach
from the album Mer' end kærlighed
Released October 2011
Recorded 2011
Genre Pop
Length 2:53 (Album Version)
Label ArtPeople
Writer(s) Tommy Seebach, Keld Heick
Rasmus Seebach singles chronology
"I mine øjne"
(2011)
"Under stjernerne på himlen"
2011
"Mer' end kærlighed"
2011

Rasmus Seebach rerecorded his father's song again. The track is included in Rasmus' sophomore album Mer' end kærlighed and was released in October 2011 as a single reaching #3 in the Hitlisten, the Danish Singles Chart.[1]

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