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Romania "Pleacă"
Vunk-pleacawide3
Own Eurovision Song Contest 19 entry
Country Romania
Artist(s) Cornel Ilie
Nicu Sarghea
Bogdan Crucianu
Gabi Maga
As Vunk
With Antonia
Language Romanian
English Translation Leave
Finals performance
Quarter-final result 1st, 100 points
Semi-final result 1st, 105 points
Final result 1st, 214 points
Appearance chronology
◄ Ecou (18)   
Zaleilah (20) ►


This is the standard infobox for an entry in the Eurovision Song Contest and uses the {{Infobox OESC entry}} template. The box to the right is an example. You can click on "edit this page" and copy-and-paste the markup to a different article, replacing its information with info on the country and year you choose to write about.

Code

{{Infobox OESC entry <!-- See Wikipedia:WikiProject Eurovision Song Contest-->
| song          = {{flagicon|enter_name_of_country_here}} #Required
| image         = 
| caption       = 
| year          = #Required
| country       = #Required
| artist        = 
| genre         = 
| language      = 
| languages     = 
| composer      = 
| lyricist      = 
| conductor     = 
| place         = 
| points        = 
| place_semi    = 
| points_semi   = 
| place_quarter = 
| points_quarter= 
| prev          = 
| prev_year     = 
| prev_link     = 
| next          = 
| next_year     = 
| next_link     = 
}}

Details

Song

The song field should show the flag of the country and the name of the song as presented during the ESC. </br>For the flag, use this template: {{flagicon|enter_name_of_country_here}} The title of the song should be surrounded by quotation marks per the manual of style.

  • e.g. for Romania's Pleacă, enter {{flagicon|Romania}} "Pleacă"

Image

The image field is for an image of the performance of the song. Only free images please.

Caption

The caption field should provide additional information on the photo.

Year

The year field is for the edition in which the song was an OESC entry (no Wiki-links or special signs for this will link directly to the article: "Country in the Eurovision Song Contest Year")

Country

The country field should list the represented country's name in English, starting with a capital letter, as quoted by the ESC (no Wiki-links or special signs for this will link directly to the article: "Country in Own Eurovision Song Contest")

Artist

In the artist field, list the name(s) of the artist(s) as entered in the contest

  • Vunk
  • if more than one, separate by "&"

Genre

The genre field should specify the genre of the entry. Choose a real genre like "pop" not "Russian" for example.

Composer

The composer field should list the composer of the song (use Wiki-links where applicable).

Lyricist

The lyricist field should list the writer of the lyrics of the song (use Wikilinks where applicable).

Conductor

The conductor field is for entries in contests where there was a live orchestra.

Language

The language field should display the primary language in which the song was performed at the ESC, adjective form in English starting with a capital letter (no Wikilinks or special signs please, this will link directly to the article on the language)
This field only supports ONE language at a time - for songs with lyrics in more languages use the field below!

Languages

The languages field is for songs with lyrics in multiple languages, please enter them in this format:
[[English language|English]], [[French language|French]] etc.

Place

The place field should list the place in the contest (final), if applicable - numeral (e.g. 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th etc.)

Points

The points field should list the points awarded in the contest (final), if applicable (e.g. 170, 22, 0, 16 etc.)

Place semi

The place semi field is for the place in the semifinal, if applicable - numeral (e.g. 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th etc.)

Points semi

points_semi - points awarded in the semifinal, if applicable (e.g. 170, 22, 0, 16 etc.)

Prev

prev' - The name of the country's previous entry.

Prev year

prev_year - The year of the country's previous entry. Not necessarily the year before.

Prev link

prev_link - The name of the article of the song above

Next

prev - The name of the country's next entry.

Next year

prev_year - The year of the country's next entry. Not necessarily the year after.

Next link

prev_link - The name of the article of the song above

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