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Unformatted text preview: Gabi Drusinsky, 994727868 Assignment #7: Eurovision Song Contest 12/01/09 Despite various national and international crises (depression, wars, and terrorism to name a few), the Eurovision Song Contest has drastically grown over the last 54 years since it was created. Many more countries have participated since the creation in 1956 what started out with seven countries has grown to 51 countries who have participated at least once. Due to this immense growth, many changes have taken place in the Contest. For example, in 1957, a rule was put in place restricting a performance to include only one or two dancers on the stage. In 1963, the rules shifted again, allowing up to three dancers on stage for their performance, and in 1971 it was declared that a maximum of six performers up on stage at a time. Even the performing group was growing! Other rules have changed as well, to be as fair as possible to the growing time....
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This note was uploaded on 08/11/2010 for the course MUS 129D MUS 129D taught by Professor Graham during the Fall '09 term at UC Davis.
- Fall '09