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Eurovision star’s father dies


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– Eurovision star’s father dies
– Girl through to Eurovision final
– Eurovision: after a slow post-war start the bold vision that became…

Eurovision star’s father dies
BBC News – Sep 15, 2004
Fox took time off the show at the Birmingham Hippodrome after his father was found dead at his south Wales home. Police were called to the Bargoed home of Richard Mullet aged 56 on Monday. His death is not being treated as suspicious. A post-mortem examination is being carried out and the coroner has been informed.

Girl through to Eurovision final
BBC News – Sep 5, 2004
Cory Spedding from Frizington will travel to the Norwegian town of Lillehammer in November along with children from 18 other countries. She performed “The Best is Yet to Come” – a song she penned herself – in the televised finals on Saturday. Cory follows in the footsteps of Tom Morley from Cleator Moor who came third in last year’s competition.

Eurovision: after a slow post-war start the bold vision that became…
Free with registration – Swiss News – AccessMyLibrary.com – Oct 1, 2004
But the Swiss are now having second thoughts about competing in its annual pop-song contest. Quick now music lovers everywhere–here’s your Swiss News trivia question of the month: Which classical passage became the theme anthem for all Eurovision related broadcasts? Time’s up. It’s the ‘Te Deum’ from Marc-Antoine Charpentier’s Triumphal March–a reminder perhaps that the early vision of a Europe-wide showpiece tier television first took flight with images of high culture. But “Old Europe” didn’t react to that musical vision as hoped in the early 1950s and another idea took hold instead: pop music as sung and danced by contenders from an ever-growing number of member countries. This “vision” once a mere gimmick has caught on. Its network–one making all Europe’s national TV corporations “co-producers”–today wins the applause of spore fans pop-music lovers and big news-event followers across the continent.

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