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and Denmark through the Nordvision network. Thorsson, p. 17. The competition adopted its current name, ''Melodifestivalen'', in 1967. The first Melodifestival, incorporated into the ''Säg det med musik'' radio series, took place on 29 January 1959 at Cirkus (Cirkus (Stockholm)) in Stockholm; eight songs participated. Four "expert" juries in Stockholm, Gothenburg, Malmö, and Luleå decided the winner. Thorsson, p.
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