Song Festival

Song festival can refer to a number of song contests or festivals.

  • Eurovision song contest (yearly event)
  • Songfestival, also called song07 was a cancelled two day music festival due to take place for the first time in 2007 near Huddersfield in West Yorkshire, England.
  • Estonian Song Festival
  • Latvian Song and Dance Festival

Other articles related to "song festival, festival, song":

Metro Manila Popular Music Festival - Metropop Song Festival
... The Metropop Song Festival (formerly Metro Manila Popular Song Festival) is an annual Philippine music festival which ran from 1977 to 1985, before being relaunched in 1996 ... The festival's relaunch was broadcast on the GMA Network ...
Lou Briel - Biography - Musical Career
... In 1984, Briel reached popularity with the song "Yo puedo" ("I Can"), a song written specially for Puerto Rico's Diva Yolandita an inspirational song about perseverance ... He also reached one of the first places, in the song festival called "Festi-Buga" in Buga, Colombia, with this song ... Lou Briel has represented Puerto Rico four times at the International OTI Festival as a composer In 1983, with "Navegaré", ("Staying Afloat") sung by ...
Danny Tan - Awards - As Composer / Arranger of Song Entry
... GRAND PRIZE – 1st Asia-Pacific Broadcasters Union / Golden Kite World Song Festival – Danny Tan / Jose Javier Reyes / Ivy Violan (Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia / 1990) GRAND ...
Estonian Song Festival
... The Estonian Song Festival (In Estonian Laulupidu) is one of the largest amateur choral events in the world, a Masterpiece of the Oral and Intangible Heritage of Humanity ... It is held every five years in July on the Tallinn Song Festival Grounds (Lauluväljak) ...

Famous quotes containing the words festival and/or song:

    Sabbath. A weekly festival having its origin in the fact that God made the world in six days and was arrested on the seventh.
    Ambrose Bierce (1842–1914)

    Separated lovers cheat absence by a thousand fancies which have their own reality. They are prevented from seeing one another and they cannot write; nevertheless they find countless mysterious ways of corresponding, by sending each other the song of birds, the scent of flowers, the laughter of children, the light of the sun, the sighing of the wind, and the gleam of the stars—all the beauties of creation.
    Victor Hugo (1802–1885)