Sanremo Music Festival 1989

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Sanremo Music Festival
39th edition (1989)
Dates21 February 1989 (1st night)
22 February 1989 (2nd night)
23 February 1989 (3rd night)
24 February 1989 (4th night)
25 February 1989 (5th night)
Presenter(s)Rosita Celentano, Paola Dominguin, Danny Quinn, Gianmarco Tognazzi
Artistic director(s)Adriano Aragozzini
Broadcaster Rai 1
Venue Teatro Ariston
Big Artists section
Entries24 acts (24 songs)
Winner Fausto Leali and Anna Oxa
""Ti lascerò""
Critic's prize Mia Martini
""Almeno tu nell'universo""
Newcomers' section
Entries16 acts (16 songs)
Winner Mietta
""Canzoni""
Sanremo Music Festival chronology
1989

The Sanremo Music Festival 1989 was the 39th annual Sanremo Music Festival, held at the Teatro Ariston in Sanremo, province of Imperia, between 21 and 25 February 1989 and broadcast on Rai 1.

Contents

The show was presented by Rosita Celentano, Paola Dominguin, Danny Quinn e Gianmarco Tognazzi. Kay Sandvick and Clare Ann Matz hosted the segments from the Sanremo Casino where a number of foreign guests performed. [1]

The winner of the Big Artists section were Fausto Leali and Anna Oxa with the song "Ti lascerò", and Mietta won the "Newcomers" section with the song "Canzoni". [1]

Only in this edition it was introduced the "Emerging artists" category, whose members were selected through the television contest "Aspettando Sanremo" broadcast on Radio 1 and hosted by Claudio Lippi. The winner was Paola Turci with the song "Come bambini". [1]

Participants and results

Big Artists

Big Artists section [1]
Song, performing artist(s) and writer(s)RankNotes
"Ti lascerò" - Fausto Leali and Anna Oxa
(Franco Fasano, Fausto Leali, Franco Ciani, Fabrizio Berlincioni, Sergio Bardotti)
1
  • Winner of the "Big Artists" section
"Le mamme" - Toto Cutugno
(Toto Cutugno, Stefano Borgia)
2
"Cara terra mia" - Al Bano and Romina Power
(Albano Carrisi, Romina Power, Vito Pallavicini)
3
"Non finisce così" - Riccardo Fogli
(Laurex, Marco Patrignani, Claudio Cofani, Franca Evangelisti)
4
"Vasco" - Jovanotti
(Lorenzo Cherubini, Claudio Cecchetto, Luca Cersosimo)
5
"Se non avessi te" - Fiordaliso
(Toto Cutugno)
6
"Esatto" - Francesco Salvi
(Francesco Salvi, Silvio Melloni, Mario Natale)
7
"Chi voglio sei tu" - Ricchi e Poveri
(Piero Cassano, Adelio Cogliati)
8
"Almeno tu nell'universo" - Mia Martini
(Bruno Lauzi, Maurizio Fabrizio)
9
  • Critics Award
"Io come farò" - Ornella Vanoni
(Mauro Pagani, Gino Paoli, Sergio Bardotti)
10
"Il mio pianoforte" - Peppino di Capri
(Rodolfo Fiorillo, Mimmo Di Francia, Giuseppe Faiella)
11
"Il babà è una cosa seria" - Marisa Laurito
(Salvatore Palomba, Eduardo Alfieri)
12
"Questa volta no" - Gino Paoli
(Paola Penzo, Gino Paoli)
13
"‘Na canzuncella doce doce" - Renato Carosone
(Claudio Mattone)
14
"Cosa resterà degli anni '80" - Raf
(Giancarlo Bigazzi, Giuseppe Dati, Raf)
15
"Il cuore delle donne" - Dori Ghezzi
(Mauro Paoluzzi, Oscar Avogadro, Roberto Ferri)
16
"Se me lo dicevi prima" - Enzo Jannacci
(Enzo Jannacci, Maurizio Bassi)
17
"Ciao" - Gigliola Cinquetti
(Gepy & Gepy, Massimiliano Governi, Roberto Russo)
18
"A che servono gli Dei" - Rossana Casale
(Maurizio Fabrizio, Guido Morra)
19
"E allora e allora" - Tullio De Piscopo
(Mario Capuano, Giosy Capuano, Tullio De Piscopo)
20
"Come mi vuoi" - Eduardo De Crescenzo
(Mariella Nava, Eduardo De Crescenzo)
21
"Scusa" - Fred Bongusto
(Fred Bongusto, Emilio Campassi, Sergio Iodice)
22
"La fine del mondo" - Gigi Sabani
(Toto Cutugno, Franco Fasano, Depsa)
23
"Rifarsi una vita" - Sergio Caputo
(Sergio Caputo)
24

Emerging artists

Newcomers section [1]
Song, performing artist(s) and writer(s)RankNotes
"Bambini" - Paola Turci
(Roberto Righini, Alfredo Rizzo)
1
  • Winner of the Emerging artists' section
  • Winner of the Critics Award - Emerging artists section
"Sei tu" - Stefano Borgia
(Toto Cutugno, Stefano Borgia)
2
"E sia così" - Aleandro Baldi
(Aleandro Civai)
3
"Per lei" - Gepy & Gepy
(Gepy & Gepy)
4
"'Gli anni migliori" - Santarosa
(Fabrizio Berlincioni, Dario Baldan Bembo)
Eliminated
"Il poeta" - Marina Arcangeli
(Marco Luberti)
Eliminated
"Questa pappa" - Aida
(Alberto Salerno, Mario & Giosy Capuano)
Eliminated
"Uno di noi" - Steve Rogers Band
(Massimo Riva, Maurizio Solieri)
Eliminated

Newcomers

Newcomers section [1]
Song, performing artist(s) and writer(s)RankNotes
"Canzoni" - Mietta
(Amedeo Minghi)
1
  • Winner of the Newcomers' section
  • Winner of the Critics Award - Newcomers' section
"Io e il cielo" - Jo Chiarello
(Elio Palumbo, Alberto Cheli)
2
"E quel giorno non mi perderai più" - Franco Fasano
(Fabrizio Berlincioni, Franco Fasano)
3
"Pelle di luna" - Gitano
(Dora Vuolo Famiglietti, Mino Reitano, Antonio Fusco, Gegè Reitano)
4
"Amore è" - Gianluca Guidi
(Alberto Testa, Augusto Martelli)
Semi-finalist
"Certi uomini" - Aida Satta Flores
(Aida Satta Flores)
Semi-finalist
"Se" - Élite
(Bettalico, Gian Paolo Compagnoni)
Semi-finalist
"Si chiama Hélène" - Stefano Ruffini
(Grazia Di Michele, Marco Luberti)
Semi-finalist
"'A paura" - Antonio Murro
(Vito Mercurio)
Eliminated
"Bastardo" - Gloria Nuti
(Roberto Casini, Gloria Nuti)
Eliminated
"Bocca di fragola" - Valentini
(Antonio Valentini)
Eliminated
"Ladri di biciclette" - Ladri di Biciclette
(Paolo Belli)
Eliminated
"Le ragazze come me" - Meccano
(Elio Aldrighetti, Walter Bassani, Ierovante)
Eliminated
"Stella" - Brigitta & Benedicta Boccoli
(Lorenzo Cherubini, Matteo Bonsanto, Roberto Rossi)
Eliminated
"Tentazioni" - Sharks
(Dario Fochi, Vasco Rossi, Fabrizio Palermo, Mauro Palermo, Frankie Di Foggia, Andrea Ge)
Eliminated
"Tutti i cuori sensibili" - Stefania La Fauci
(Erminio Sinni, Stefania La Fauci)
Eliminated

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