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Leontina Vukomanović, a.k.a. Leontina, (born 13 November 1970) is a female singer, composer and songwriter from Serbia.
|Birth name||Leontina Vukomanović|
|Also known as||Leontina, Leontina Pat|
|Born||November 13, 1970|
|Labels||City Records, PGP-RTS|
She started with professional music in school days (secondary music school Josip Slavenski, 1986, when she published her first songs and for whom she entrusted protection to SOKOJ). Parallel to education at the Faculty of Music in Belgrade (1989-1993) she participated as a composer and songwriter in the domestic Eurovision Song Contest '91. and '92. and as a vocal soloist she won awards for interpretation at the festivals Mesam and Belgrade Spring '92. year with his own compositions.
- Nemiri (Lucky Sound, GETEX, N-estrada, 1996)
- Ljubav bez ljubavi (City Records, 1998)
- Za decu (PGP-RTS, 1998)
- Sledeća (City Records, 2001)
- Pesme za decu (City Records, 2008) - together with Ivana Peters
- "Biografija - Leontina Vukomanović-Čelična lady naše estrade". leontina.blogger.ba.
- "Eurovision 2004 Serbia & Montenegro: Željko Joksimović - "Lane Moje"". Eurovisionworld. C1 control character in
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- "Leontina". Discogs.
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