The music of the State of Eritrea is a diverse mix of traditional and popular styles originating from ancient to modern times. The nine major ethnic groups of Eritrea—Afar, Bilen, Hedareb, Kunama, Nara, Rashaida, Saho, Tigre and Tigrinya—celebrate autonomous music-making expressed through a rich heritage of vocalists, instrumentalists and activities within the country and throughout the international diaspora. Yemane Baria wrote one political song, and he was in jail. Folk musicians used traditional instruments include the stringed kraar , kebero , lyre. Tesfuy Mehari Fihira and Wedi Sheik were notable folk musicians. Since then, some musicians, like kraar-player Dawit Shilan, Yohannes Tikabo also known as Wedi Tukabo , Dehab Faytinga commonly known as Faytinga ,  the Asmara All Stars and Temesgen Gebreselassie also known as Taniqo have helped to incorporate the core indigenous Eritrean musical elements in popular music. Traditional Eritrean Tigrinya dancing involves two main styles of dance. In the first which is called 'quda', the dancers form a circle and slowly circumambulator or move around in an endless circular motion to the rhythm of the music. During this time, they shuffle their feet to the beat of the music and bob their shoulders in a rhythmic fashion.
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It was the sixth time Sweden had hosted the contest, having previously done so in , , , and Forty-two countries participated in the contest. Bosnia and Herzegovina , Bulgaria , Croatia and Ukraine returned after absences from recent contests, while Australia also returned after debuting as a special guest in Portugal did not enter, largely due to their national broadcaster's insufficient promotion of their music-based media, while Romania had planned to participate, but was disqualified due to repeated non-payment of debts by their national broadcaster to the EBU. The winner was Ukraine with the song " ", performed and written by Jamala. This was Ukraine's second victory in the contest, following their win in Australia, Russia, Bulgaria and Sweden rounded out the top five. This was the first time since the introduction of professional jury voting in that the overall winner won neither the jury vote, which was won by Australia, nor the televote, which was won by Russia, with Ukraine placing second in both. It was also the first song with lyrics in Crimean Tatar to win or enter the contest. Furthermore, this was the first winning song to be performed in one of the Turkic languages.