Seven Songs Chosen For Iceland’s Eurovision Preliminary Final

Seven Songs Chosen For Iceland’s Eurovision Preliminary Final

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Published February 8, 2015

Last night the final four songs for Iceland’s Eurovision preliminary final, Söngvakeppnin, were chosen. The songs Fyrir alla, Fjaðrir and Lítil skref were selected with a telephone vote and a panel of judges picked the fourth song, Milljón augnablik. Earlier the songs Í síðasta skipti, Í kvöld and Piltur og stúlka had been chosen via telephone voting.

Check out the songs below:

Daniel Oliver & Cadem – Fyrir Alla

SUNDAY – Fjaðrir

María Ólafsdóttir – Lítil Skref

Friðrik Dór – Í Síðasta Skipti

Elín Sif – Í Kvöld

Björn & Friends – Piltur Og Stúlka

Haukur Heiðar Hauksson – Milljón Augnablik



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