Monica Aspelund (born 16 July 1946 in Vaasa) is a Finnish singer. She is the older sister of Ami Aspelund. Born into a family of Swedish speaking Finns, Aspelund danced and sang in talent shows from an early age, making her recording debut at age fourteen with "Katso, kenguru loikkaa" a children's song recorded in the autumn of 1960.
Monica Aspelund – Lapponia. Label: RCA Victor – PL 40045. Format: Vinyl, LP, Album. Composed By – Aarno RaninenLyrics By – Monica Aspelund.
Album · 2014 · 5 Songs. Lapponia - EP Monica Aspelund. Listen on Apple Music. Monica Aspelund - EP. 1960. Laulut ne elämää on. 1978. Zero ads. Try it now.
This song is by Monica Aspelund and appear. n the album Lapponia (1977). on the compilation Eurovision Song Contest: The Frank Naef Show (2000). on the EP Lapponia (2014) Mana nana mana. Lapponia, tämä on LapponiaJosta Pohjan kauniin neitosen kutsu kaikuu. Tuo neito noita onHän luo voimalla kohtalonHän vailla on seuraa ja lohduttamatonJa siksi loihtii hän noituenHän luo voimalla loitsujenHän tavalla Seidan näin miehen kutsua saa.
Monica Aspelund Lapponia (Finland). Duration: 2:47 File type: mp3. Play online Download. Download Monica Aspelund – Lapponia (Finland). Monica Aspelund Karnevaali.
Artist: Monica Aspelund. A A. Lapponia (English version). Manan. ana nana manan. ana nana man. ananana nina nan. apponia, going to Lapponia. There’s a land of freedom waiting for you and me there. If you need to get away I know someplace where we can stay.
Lapponia" was the Finnish entry in the Eurovision Song Contest 1977, performed in Finnish by Monica Aspelund. The song was performed sixteenth on the night, following Italy's Mia Martini with "Libera" and preceding Belgium's Dream Express with "A Million in One, Two, Three". At the close of voting, it had received 50 points, placing 10th in a field of 18. It became the first Finnish entry to be awarded with a maximum score (given by Ireland) since the start of the 12 point tradition in 1975.