دانلود آهنگ لایت Secret Garden – Nocturne
دانلود آهنگ Secret Garden – Nocturne
nocturne یک کلمه فرانسوی به معنای شبانه است. Secret Garden نام یک اثر موسیقی از کشور نروژ و الهام گرفته از شب است که در یورو ویژن سال ۱۹۹۵ برنده جایزه شده است.
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“Nocturne” was the winning song in the Eurovision Song Contest 1995, performed in Norwegian by Secret Garden representing Norway. It was the second time Norway won the contest, after it had won in 1985 with Bobbysocks! song “La det swinge”. For their performance at the Contest the Secret Garden duo of Fionnuala Sherry and Rolf Løvland featured two guest musicians; Norwegian vocalist Gunnhild Tvinnereim and Swedish nyckelharpist Åsa Jinder.
The song was performed fifth on the night, following Bosnia and Herzegovina’s Davorin Popović with “Dvadeset prvi vijek” and preceding Russia’s Philip Kirkorov with “Kolibelnaya dlya vulkana”. At the close of voting, it had received 148 points, placing 1st in a field of 23.
The victory represented the second for composer Rolf Løvland, who had previously written “La det swinge”. Additionally, it represented the first time in four years that Ireland had not won the Contest (although Sherry herself is Irish), thus bringing to an end the only hat-trick of victories in Eurovision history. Ireland would go on to win the next Contest, achieving the feat of four victories in five years.
As Norway had previously won the Contest in 1985 with “La det swinge”, the second victory allowed the tongue-in-cheek tradition to emerge that Norway could only win in years ending with a 5, a joke referred to by the members of Bobbysocks at the Congratulations special in late 2005, Norway having entered “In My Dreams” that year and not achieved victory.
The song was succeeded as winner in 1996 by Eimear Quinn representing Ireland with “The Voice”.
It was succeeded as Norwegian representative at the 1996 Contest by Elisabeth Andreassen with “I evighet”.
Norway won again in 2009, but that year’s entry was sung entirely in English.