Tonina Torrielli

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Tonina Torrielli
Born (1934-03-22) 22 March 1934 (age 82)
Serravalle Scrivia, Italy
Genres Pop
Years active 1955–1965
Labels Cetra Records, Fonit Cetra

Tonina Torrielli, (born 22 March 1934 in Serravalle Scrivia, Italy) is an Italian singer.

In 1956, Torrielli represented Italy in the first Eurovision Song Contest with the song "Amami se vuoi" (Love me if you Want), it is unknown what position the song finished as only the winning song was announced. However, at a later date it was announced she finished fifth.[citation needed]

Selected songs[edit]

  • "L'Amore" 1958


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Preceded by
Italy in the Eurovision Song Contest
1956 (with Franca Raimondi)
Succeeded by
Nunzio Gallo
with Corde della mia chitarra