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Italy was represented by Mia Martini, with the song '"Libera", at the 1977 Eurovision Song Contest, which took place on 7 May in London. Broadcaster RAI chose the song and performer internally. Martini would return to Eurovision in 1992.

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  • Italië op het Eurovisiesongfestival 1977
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  • Italy in the Eurovision Song Contest 1977
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  • Italië deed mee aan het Eurovisiesongfestival 1977 in Londen (Verenigd Koninkrijk). Het was de tweeëntwintigste deelname van het land.
  • A Itália participou no Festival Eurovisão da Canção em 1977. O seu representante foi Mia Martini, com a canção "Libera".
  • Italy was represented by Mia Martini, with the song '"Libera", at the 1977 Eurovision Song Contest, which took place on 7 May in London. Broadcaster RAI chose the song and performer internally. Martini would return to Eurovision in 1992.
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  • Italië deed mee aan het Eurovisiesongfestival 1977 in Londen (Verenigd Koninkrijk). Het was de tweeëntwintigste deelname van het land.
  • A Itália participou no Festival Eurovisão da Canção em 1977. O seu representante foi Mia Martini, com a canção "Libera".
  • Italy was represented by Mia Martini, with the song '"Libera", at the 1977 Eurovision Song Contest, which took place on 7 May in London. Broadcaster RAI chose the song and performer internally. Martini would return to Eurovision in 1992. The version of "Libera" originally presented was a ballad, but prior to the contest the arrangement was completely altered, turning it into an uptempo disco-style song. The new arrangement is said to have been inspired by the version of Bob Marley's "No Woman, No Cry" which had appeared some months earlier on Boney M's debut album Take the Heat off Me. "Libera" was noted for its overtly feminist lyrical content with allusions to topics such as contraception and extra-marital sexual relationships, which were contentious issues of the day in Italy.
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