Wrap-up: Slovenia's love with strings

Who are Quartissimo and Martina?

Slovenia was represented this year by an interesting composition of string instruments and a young Economics student. Their song Love Symphony was performed by string players with an impressive background and the female vocalist is already a Eurovision Song Contest veteran.

"Once again I have to give my love to a Slovenian entry - your entry is just wonderful, and together with Estonia one of the best with string-instruments on stage this year! Well done!" a fan from Denmark said. An Armenian fan was pleasedl: "Good luck Slovenia! Good choice, I like it!"

Their symphony for love gathered a total of fourteen points in the second Semi-Final and achieved the sixteenth place. Thus, it was not qualified for the Grand Final.

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The last time Slovenia qualified for the Final of Europe's favourite TV-show was in 2007, in Helsinki. Then Alenka Gotar finished fifteenth with her Cvet Z Juga.

How will their national selection look in 2010? How will they do in Oslo? Find all of that out right here at Eurovision.tv!

You can expect more wrap-up articles from us about the 2009 Eurovision Song Contest participants. Stay tuned!

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