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The Eurovision Song Contest 1962 was the 7th Eurovision Song Contest and was held on 18 March 1962 in Luxembourg, Luxembourg. The program was hosted by Mireille de Silva. Of the 16 participating countries France won with the song "Un Premier Amour", performed by Isabelle Aubret. This song gained 26 points, 27% the total number of points. Monaco was second with 13 points, followed by Luxembourg with 11 points in third place.
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Isabelle Aubret sings the winning number Un premier amour at the Eurovision Song Contest 1962
One stepped on another way of award points. Each country had 10 jury members who give three points to their favorite song, on their second favorite 2, etc. The points were then summed for each country, and the song that had the most points, that country's got 3 points, that with the second largest number of points 2, and the song with the third greatest number of points 1. 
The score was kept on a scoreboard that hung in the Hall. The Board appeared on the scoreboard last year. The participating countries were French on the Board. Behind each country was the number of the occurrence. For each country, the total points and before that was the title of the song with the number of the action again. The given items were equal to the total of the country totaled. During the voting, the presenter on the stage, cant for the scoreboard. An arrow for the country name to which country had the highest number of points. The arrow was manually moved.
The juries were called up in reverse order of occurrence. Giving the points went in ascending or descending order of occurrence. This was obviously not agreed and differed by country. The representative of the country called the song, country and the number of points in the English or French. The host repeated this in French, regardless of thelanguage in which the points were given. The runs were not repeated in another language. In French the word pointsthe host used. Interestingly, almost all countries also spoke French, countries that actually always in the English points, such as Netherlands and Finland.
|1||||Isabelle Aubret||Un premier amour||26|
|2||||François Deguelt||Dis rien||13|
|3||||Camillo Felgen||Petit bonhomme||11|
|4||||Lola Novaković||Ne pali svetlo u sumrak||10|
|||Ronnie Carroll||Ring-a-ding girl||10|
|6||||Conny Froboess||Zwei kleine Italiener||9|
|||Inger Berggren||Sol och vår||4|
|9||||Claudio Villa||Addio, addio||3|
|||Inger Jacobsen||Kom sol, kom "curtmantle"||2|
|||Jean Philippe||Le retour||2|
|13||||Fud Leclerc||Ton nom||0|
|||The Game Breakers||Katinka||0|
|||Eleonore Schwarz||Nur in der Wiener Luft||0|
The table is sorted by coming on.Camillo Felgen in 1962, during his second Eurovision performance
In Denmark with some old hands did as usual this year were that Birthe Wilke (1957, 1959) and Dario Campeotto took part last year. Siw Malmkvist finished second in theGerman pre-selection, before that she had already represented Sweden . Ljiljana Petrović did last year for Yugoslavia with it.