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British Guards Band - God Save The King / La Marseillaise album flac

Performer: British Guards Band
Title: God Save The King / La Marseillaise
Style: Brass Band, Marches
Rating: 4.3
Votes: 822
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God Save the Tsar!" was the national anthem of the Russian Empire. The song was chosen from a competition held in 1833 and was first performed on 18 December 1833. The composer was violinist Alexei Lvov, and the lyrics were by the court poet Vasily Zhukovsky. It was the anthem until the Russian Revolution of 1917, after which "Worker's Marseillaise" was adopted as the new national anthem until the overthrow of the Russian Provisional Government.

God Save the Queen (Spanish: Dios Salve a la Reina) is an Argentine Queen tribute-band formed in 1998. The band's members are: Pablo Padin (vocals), Francisco Calgaro (guitar), Matias Albornoz (drums) and Ezequiel Tibaldo (bass). The band takes their name from the United Kingdom's national anthem which was played on tape at the end of every Queen show while the band took their bows.

God Save the King", or "God Save the Queen" when a Queen is sovereign, is the national anthem of the United Kingdom. God Save the King, or a similar variant, may also refer to: E Ola Ke Alii Ke Akua, "God Save the King", Hawaiian national anthem. Bevare Gud vår kung", "God Save our King", Swedish royal anthem. God (?) Save Our King!, anime and manga property. God Save His King", a song by Lee "Scratch" Perry album from the album Repentance. Written by Michael Rapp, musician and author of several musicals and film scores, Rasputin is a triple CD concept album featuring Ted Neeley (of Jesus Christ Superstar fame) as Rasputin, British actor John Hurt as the Narrator, and Amanda McBroom as Tsarina Alexandra. On December 18, 1999, a single night showcase of Rasputin was performed at the Grand Opera House in Wilmington, Delaware featuring

God Save the Queen, also called (during a kingship) God Save the King, British royal and national anthem. The origin of both the words and the music is obscure. The many candidates for authorship include John Bull (c. 1562–1628), Thomas Ravenscroft (c. 1583–c. God save our gracious Queen, Long live our noble Queen, God save the Queen: Send her victorious, Happy and glorious, Long to reign over us: God save the Queen. O Lord our God arise, Scatter her enemies, And make them fall: Confound their politics, Frustrate their knavish tricks, On Thee our hopes we fix: God save us all. Thy choicest gifts in store, On her be pleased to pour; Long may she reign: May she defend our laws, And ever give us cause To sing with heart and voice God save the Queen. The Star-Spangled Banner.

God Save the Queen" is the National Anthem of the United Kingdom, though the UK is one of those instances where member countries sometimes require their own individual anthems. At such events (typically related to sports), Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland use alternative anthems, though in general England retains "God Save the Queen" as its anthem. The French National Anthem also has a long history. La Marseillaise was composed by Claude Joseph Rouget de Lisle in 1792 and adopted by France as its National Anthem just 3 years later. The Song was banned under Napoleon but later reinstated as the National Anthem. Another widely recognised Patriotic Song is the March The British Grenadiers which has been adopted by several military forces and played in parades and formal ceremonies.

The first official anthem, entitled The Prayer of the Russians, was chosen in 1816 by Emperor Alexander I. It featured Russian lyrics glorifying the tsar and was set to the melody of Britain’s God, Save The King. Nicholas I, who succeeded Alexander and was famous for his Russian patriotism and harsh temper, is reported to have said, The British music that we’ve been listening for so long bores me. A new anthem was written immediately in 1833. It was called God, Save The Tsar! and had lyrics such as strong, sovereign, reign for glory, for our glory! Revolutionary period. These songs were closely tied to revolutionary symbolism - the Russian version of La Marseillaise, for example, served as the anthem from 1917 to 1922. In this song, the formerly strong, sovereign tsar was referred to as a vampire, an enemy the people should rise up against.

Very nice version of the British Anthem. Enjoyed singing it with my family recently. The ability to transpose the music allowed us to sing it a little bit lower which made everyone happy. About "God Save The Queen". High quality Digital sheet music for piano, voice or other instruments, British Anthem, chords and lyrics included. Includes a score with piano and voice together as well as a separate vocal part. La Marseillaise - French National Anthem for piano, voice or other instruments by Claude Rouget De Lisle skill level: easy.


A God Save The King
B La Marseillaise

Companies, etc.

  • Record Company – Columbia Graphophone Company Ltd.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Label A Side): A 931
  • Matrix / Runout (Label B Side): A 932
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout A Side): A 931 17733
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout B Side): A 932 17734
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