Her parents studied in Sarajevo , where they met. Music Festival Budva winner From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Music of Southeastern Europe the Balkans. Macedonia in the Eurovision Song Contest
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North Macedonia in the Eurovision Song Sapcevic. Tijana goes to the sky”. Artists s Kaliopi Vlado Janevski Kaliopi Vlado Janevski Retrieved 22 February Retrieved 28 August This page was last edited on 25 Septemberat At the Evropesma “Eurosong”, Serbia and Montenegro ‘s Eurovision candidateTijana was placed in 8th place receiving 27 points with the song Greh “Sin”.
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Please help by adding reliable sources. She is known for having only one fan. Retrieved from ” https: Participation Her parents studied in Sarajevowhere they met.
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Eurovision Song Contest Music of Southeastern Europe the Balkans. Tijana’s younger sister Tamara Todevska has participated in Eurovision Song Contest and and was a backing vocalist for Tijana in Entries scored out are when North Macedonia did not compete.
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In other projects Wikimedia Commons. One of her tjjana songs is Sve je isto, samo njega nema “Everything is the same, only he is not here”he being former Yugoslav president Josip Broz Tito.
The track has parts of the song in all of tujana former Yugoslavia ‘s languages; SerbianBosnianCroatianMontenegrinSloveneand Macedonian.
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