Anyway, yes, Greece and Cyprus do share the same anthem and last played each other in May 2008.
Cape Town – A national anthem boasting more than one official language, it comes as no surprise that South Africa’s national anthem , Nkosi Sikelel’ iAfrika ( God Bless Africa ), has been rated the best in the world.
And even having a national anthem without words can cause problems: Spain’s Marcha Real (Royal March) is one of only four anthems to have no official lyrics , the others being those of San Marino, Kosovo, and Bosnia and Herzogovina.
New Zealand is one of only two countries in the world—the other being Denmark —with two official national anthems of equal status. The traditional anthem “God Save the Queen” is generally used only on regal and viceregal occasions.
The best national anthems Uruguay . Controversially, perhaps, it’s Uruguay that takes the top spot musically for David Mellor. Poland. David gives a big thumbs up to this “really good tune”, which was used by Sir Edward Elgar in his piece Polonia, in a tribute to Poland during the First World War. Russia . Switzerland. Japan. USA. Germany. France.
America’s Five National Anthems “America” (My Country, Tis of Thee) The Star-Spangled Banner. “America the Beautiful” “God Bless America” “This Land is Your Land”
The arrow points to the highest note of ‘Happy Birthday,’ which is the hardest note for many people to hit. Another notoriously tough song to sing is the “Star-Spangled Banner .” Most Americans have heard it and likely even sung it.
Long Live Antarctica is the unofficial de facto national anthem of the Federated States of Antarctica . The Federated States is one of a number of nations using this particular melody as the basis of its national anthem .
The world of Anthem is the currently unnamed planet on which Anthem takes place. Harnessing the Anthem of Creation, the Shapers set out to create the world in nine days, but vanished after three, leaving only their instruments.
Cape Town – A national anthem boasting more than one official language, it comes as no surprise that South Africa’s national anthem , Nkosi Sikelel’ iAfrika (God Bless Africa ), has been rated the best in the world.
Symphony No. 3 by Muzio Clementi contains the melody of “ God Save The Queen ” (or “My Country, ‘Tis of Thee” if you are American ) as a tribute to the United Kingdom, which was Clementi’s adopted country. It was this melody in Symphony No. 3 that caught Samuel Francis Smith’s ear.