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Forum Song Contest #50
Fscapril2013
Host Fr Paris, France
Date April 2, 2013
Entries 34
Winner Ca Canada
Debuting countries none
Returning countries Az Azerbaijan
Ca Canada
Fi Finland
Il Israel
Mk Macedonia
Se Sweden
Tw Taiwan
Withdrawing countries Ma Morocco
Ch Switzerland
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Welcome/Bien Venue at FSC ANNIVERSARY 50 edition show.

The Host City Edit

The host city for the 50th edition of FSC is Paris.

Paris is the capital and most populous city of France. It has an area of 105 square kilometres and a population of 2,229,621 in 2013 within its administrative limits. The city is both a commune and department and forms the centre and headquarters of the Île-de-France, or Paris Region.

Paris has many important cultural institutions: its Louvre museum is the most visited in the world; its Musée d'Orsay is noted for its collection of French Impressionist art, and its Pompidou-center Musée National d'Art Moderne has the largest collection of modern and contemporary art in Europe. The central area of the city along the Seine River is classified as a UNESCO Heritage Site and includes many notable monuments, including Notre Dame Cathedral, the Sainte-Chapelle, the former Universal Exposition Grand Palais, Petit Palais and Eiffel Tower, and the Basilica of Sacré-Cœur in Montmartre. In 2015, Paris received 22.2 million visitors, making it one of the world's top tourist destinations.

The centre of Paris contains the most visited monuments in the city, including the Notre Dame Cathedral and the Louvre as well as the Sainte-Chapelle; Les Invalides, where the tomb of Napoleon is located, and the Eiffel Tower are located on the Left Bank south-west of the centre. The banks of the Seine from the Pont de Sully to the Pont d'Iéna have been listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1991.  Other landmarks are laid out east to west along the historical axis of Paris, which runs from the Louvre through the Tuileries Garden, the Luxor Column in the Place de la Concorde, and the Arc de Triomphe, to the Grande Arche of La Défense.

Several other much-visited landmarks are located in the suburbs of the city; the Basilica of St Denis, in Seine-Saint-Denis, is the birthplace of the Gothic style of architecture and the royal necropolis of French kings and queens. The Paris region hosts three other UNESCO Heritage sites: the Palace of Versailles in the west, the Palace of Fontainebleau in the south, and the medieval fairs site of Provins in the east.

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The venue Edit

Our host venue is Le Grand Palais.

The Grand Palais des Champs-Élysées, commonly known as the Grand Palais (English: Great Palace), is a large historic site, exhibition hall and museum complex located at the Champs-Élysées in the 8th arrondissement of Paris, France. Construction of the Grand Palais began in 1897 following the demolition of the Palais de l'Industrie (Palace of Industry) as part of the preparation works for the Universal Exposition of 1900, which also included the creation of the adjacent Petit Palais and Pont Alexandre III.

The structure was built in the style of Beaux-Arts architecture as taught by the École des Beaux-Arts of Paris. The building reflects the movement's taste for ornate decoration through its stone facades, the formality of its floor planning and the use of techniques that were innovative at the time, such as its glass vault, its structure made of iron and light steel framing, and its use of reinforced concrete.

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The HostsEdit

Yodelice, french singer.

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Maxime Rodolphe Nouchy better known by Maxim Nucci and as Yodelice (born 23 February 1979 Créteil) is a French singer-songwriter who performs in English. He has released five albums so far: "Maxim Nucci" (2006), Tree of Life (2009), Cardioid (2010), "Square Eyes" (2013) and "Like a Million Dreams" (2014). The songs belong to folk, rock and pop music. He is also known for his acting performance in Guillaume Canet's film Les Petits Mouchoirs with Marion Cotillard in 2010. Yodelice was awarded the best new artist prize during the 2010 Victoires de la Musique.

Camille, also a french singer.

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Camille was born and raised in Paris, France. As a teenager, she studied ballet and developed an interest in bossa nova music and American stage musicals. She attended the prestigious Lycée International de Saint Germain-en-Laye, where she obtained her baccalaureate in literature. Thanks to her mother being an English teacher, Camille speaks English fluently as well as her native French. She performed her first original song "Un Homme Déserté" at the age of sixteen while attending a wedding.

In early 2002, Camille signed a recording contract with Virgin Records. She released her first studio album Le Sac des Filles. In 2004, she began working with Marc Collin and his band Nouvelle Vague, which incorporates new wave and bossa nova music. She contributed vocals to the songs "Too Drunk to Fuck", "In a Manner of Speaking", "The Guns of Brixton", and "Making Plans for Nigel" on their first album. In 2005, she released the album Le Fil, which was produced in collaboration with English producer MaJiKer.

Camille's album Music Hole was released on 7 April 2008, again produced in collaboration with MaJiKer. Music Hole was recorded and mixed by Valgeir Sigurdsson. The first single from the album, "Gospel with No Lord", was released for online download on 11 February 2008, along with another new song from the album entitled "Money Note".

The ShowEdit

Draw FSC jury Performer Song Place Points
01

The Netherlands

Caro Emerald Tangled Up 4 113
02 Azerbaijan Chingiz Mustafayev Sebr Ele 30 19
03 Cyprus Marsal & Ivi Adamou Time To Love 26 33
04 Australia Samantha Jade What You've Done To Me 15 59
05 Spain Ana Alcaide El Pozo Amargo 2 134
06 Canada Marc Dupre Nous Sommes Les Memes 1 136
07 Czech Republic Gabriela Gunčikova Černy Andel 5 109
08 Ukraine Alyosha Tochka Na Karte 7 107
09 Serbia Ivana & Vanja Poljubi Me 11 64
10 Estonia Lenna Sinule 34 4
11 Norway Eva & The Heartmaker Traces Of You 6 108
12 Macedonia Magdalena Cvetkovska Ena Na Vrv I Na Dno 14 61
13 Bulgaria Dess ft. Alek Sandar It Ain't Over 22 40
14 Hungary HIEN No More 29 23
15 Slovenia Manca Špik Iz Prve Roke 27 26
16 Germany Bosse Schönste Zeit 17 53
17 Romania YellLow ft. Kluster Scream 28 26
18 United Kingdom Laura Mvula Green Garden 24 36
19 Israel  Shiri Maimon La'Isha She'Aita 23 38
20 Russia Alsou Oli Julnin Tuzani 16 54
21 United States Bon Jovi Because We Can 10 65
22 Taiwan Ann Meeting You 18 53
23 France Zaz On Ira 3 126
24 Ireland Lust Lost The Comedown 21 41
25 Austria Effi Muzik 19 52
26 Sweden Duvchi Whole Life Tour 8 95
27 Belgium Axelle Red Rouge Ardent 12 62
28 Croatia Lea Dekleva Gdje Ne Vidiš Očima 25 34
29 Turkey Melis Danismend Masa 32 5
30 Finland Nost3 & Protro Sellubiitti 13 62
31 Mexico Belinda En El Amor Hay Que Perdonar 31 18
32 Indonesia Parisude Di Bawah Langit Yang Sama 33 5
33 Greece Antonis Remos I Agapi Erhete Sto Telos 9 70
34 Portugal Ana Moura Desfado 20 41

The Results Edit

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50-grid

The Winner Edit

Marc Dupre - Nous Sommes Les Memes

Nous Sommes les Mêmes - Marc Dupré

Nous Sommes les Mêmes - Marc Dupré


Editions of FSC
2009

Lu 1: MarchGb 2: AprilBe 3: MayGb 4: June
Il 5: JulyPl 6: AugustBg 7: SeptemberGb 8: OctoberDe 9: NovemberRo 10: December

2010
Us 11: JanuaryAu 12: FebruaryCa 13: MarchEs 14: AprilEs 15: MayDe 16: June
Dk 17: JulyHr 18: AugustBe 19: SeptemberHr 20: OctoberAu 21: NovemberDk 22: December

2011
Au 23: JanuaryGb 24: FebruaryDk 25: MarchDe 26: AprilUs 27: MayNl 28: June
Us 29: JulyFr 30: AugustEe 31: SeptemberGb 32: OctoberMa 33: NovemberBe 34: December

2012
Cy 35: JanuarySe 36: FebruaryUs 37: MarchTr 38: AprilSi 39: MayEs 40: June
Si 41: JulyNl 42: AugustSk 43: SeptemberFr 44: OctoberDk 45: NovemberIe 46: December

2013
Be 47: JanuaryGb 48: FebruaryDe 49: MarchFr 50: AprilCa 51: MaySe 52: June
Es 53: JulyPt 54: AugustCh 55: SeptemberUs 56: OctoberNl 57: NovemberDe 58: December

2014
No 59: JanuaryDe 60: FebruaryNl 61: MarchGb 62: AprilGr 63: MayEe 64: June
Gb 65: JulyNl 66: AugustSe 67: SeptemberTr 68: OctoberGb 69: NovemberNl 70: December

2015
Id 71: JanuaryCh 72: FebruaryAt 73: MarchNo 74: AprilIt 75: MayIt 76: June
Es 77: JulyGb 78: AugustUs 79: SeptemberUs 80: OctoberAu 81: NovemberSi 82: December

2016
Nl 83: JanuaryEe 84: FebruaryNo 85: MarchUa 86: AprilAu 87: MayGb 88: June
De 89: JulyNo 90: AugustNo 91: SeptemberPl 92: OctoberIt 93: NovemberFi 94: December

2017
Es 95: JanuaryNo 96: FebruaryNo 97: MarchMa 98: AprilGb 99: MaySe 100:June
Nl 101: JulyZa 102: AugustPt 103: SeptemberIe 104: OctoberNl 105: NovemberGb 106: December

2018
Cz 107: JanuaryMa 108: FebruaryPl 109: MarchGb 110: AprilUs 111: MayNl 112: June
Ca 113: JulyUa 114: AugustDe 115: September