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The '''World Peace Song Festival''' is an annual event run since 1996 by [[OGAE]] [[Italy]]. Countries from all over the World submit songs for a Eurovision style competition via cassette/CD and mail. The Contest has a special interest in minority languages and Sechuk has been delighted to arrange an entry from Wales for the Contest each year.
The '''World Peace Song Festival''' is an annual event run since 1996 by [[OGAE]] [[Italy]]. Countries from all over the World submit songs for a Eurovision style competition via cassette/CD and mail. The Contest has a special interest in minority languages and Sechuk has been delighted to arrange an entry from Wales for the Contest each year.


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The World Peace Song Festival is an annual event run since 1996 by OGAE Italy. Countries from all over the World submit songs for a Eurovision style competition via cassette/CD and mail. The Contest has a special interest in minority languages and Sechuk has been delighted to arrange an entry from Wales for the Contest each year.

The Contest is arranged by Federico Stufi and colleagues of OGAE Italy and GRAZIE to them for sustaining this exchange of international music. Above you can see the logo used to 2004 on the left and the new logo introduced in 2005.

The World Peace Song Festival is an annual event run since 1996 by OGAE Italy. Countries from all over the World submit songs for a Eurovision style competition via cassette/CD and mail. The Contest has a special interest in minority languages and Sechuk has been delighted to arrange an entry from Wales for the Contest each year. The Contest is arranged by Federico Stufi and colleagues of OGAE Italy and GRAZIE to them for sustaining this exchange of international music. Above you can see the logo used to 2004 on the left and the new logo introduced in 2005.

Here is a full list of the Maltese participation:

Edition Year Singers Songs Lyricist Composer Placing / Award
1st Edition 1996
2nd Edition 1997
3rd Edition 1998
4th Edition 1999
5th Edition 2000
6th Edition 2001
7th Edition 2002 Georgina Abela Fomm Il-Vjolin Deo Grech Andrew Zahra
8th Edition 2003
9th Edition 2004
10th Edition 2005 Romina Mamo Saħħartni Clinton Paul Augusto Cardinali
11th Edition 2006 Chiara Sail Away Dirk Paelinck Marc Paefinck
12th Edition 2007 Glen Vella Xtaqt Ngħidlek Deo Grech Mark Vassallo
13th Edition 2008 Janvil Paso Doble Clinton Paul Clinton Paul
14th Edition 2009 Audrey Marie Bartolo Bewsa Lir-Riħ Deo Grech Philip Vella
15th Edition 2010 Amulet Abjad u Iswed
16th Edition 2011 Janice Mangion Eternita Rita Pace Mark Scicluna
17th Edition 2012
18th Edition 2013 Fabrizio Faniello Aħfirli Jekk Trid Rita Pace Dominic Cini 'Minic'