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Teddy Scholten-van Swieteren (born 11 May 1926, Rijswijk) is a Dutch singer. She won the 1959 Eurovision Song Contest for the Netherlands singing "Een beetje" ("A little bit"), with music composed by Dick Schallies and lyrics by Willy van Hemert.

Discography

Awards and achievements
Preceded by
Corry Brokken
with "Heel de wereld"
Netherlands in the Eurovision Song Contest
1959
Succeeded by
Rudi Carrell
with "Wat een geluk"
Preceded by
André Claveau
with "Dors, mon amour"
Winner of the Eurovision Song Contest
1959
Succeeded by
Jacqueline Boyer
with "Tom Pillibi"
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