Panagia Mou, Panagia Mou

Panagia Mou, Panagia Mou

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"Panagia Mou, Panagia Mou" (Greek: "Παναγιά μου, Παναγιά μου", English: My Lady, My Lady) was the Greek entry in the Eurovision Song Contest 1976, performed in Greek by Mariza Koch.

Composed by Koch herself with lyrics by Michael Fotiades, Michalis Rozakis conducted the orchestra. "Panayia Mou, Panayia Mou" was the second entry to represent Greece in the Contest after its debut at the 1974 Contest. Greece had not taken part in the preceding Contest in 1975 in protest of Turkey's debut and its invasion of Cyprus in July 1974.

The Eurovision Song Contest 1976 took place in The Hague, Netherlands on April 3, 1976. "Panayia Mou, Panayia Mou" was performed tenth out of the eighteen entries of the night and followed Norway's Anne-Karine Strøm with "Mata Hari" while preceding Finland's Fredi & Ystävät with "Pump-Pump". At the close of voting, the performance had received 20 points, placing it 13th in a field of 18.

"Panayia Mou, Panayia Mou" was succeeded as Greek representative at the 1977 Contest by Pascalis, Marianna, Robert & Bessy with "Mathima Solfege".


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