Annotation

recorded in the Concert Hall of the Slovak Radio, Bratislava from 26th February to 6th March, 1996.
producer Miloš Betko
engineer: Otto Nopp
technical assistance: Ladislav Krajčovič

Annotation last modified on 2014-01-26 07:44 .

Tracklist

CD 1
# Title Rating Length
1 Gabon
1:58
2 Gambia
1:10
3 Georgia
1:18
4 Germany
1:29
5 Ghana
1:02
6 Great Britain (long)
1:29
7 Great Britain (short)
0:50
8 Greece
1:21
9 Grenada
1:32
10 Guam
1:12
11 Guatemala
1:53
12 Guinea
1:29
13 Guinea Bissau
2:00
14 Guyana
1:06
15 Haiti
0:52
16 Honduras
3:04
17 Hungary
2:07
18 Iceland
1:59
19 India
1:44
20 Indonesia
1:51
21 Iran
1:14
22 Iraq
1:11
23 Ireland
1:19
24 Isle of Man
0:57
25 Israel
1:26
26 Italy
1:51
27 Ivory Coast
1:19
28 Jamaica
1:13
29 Japan
1:04
30 Jersey and Guernsey
2:09
31 Jordan
0:51
32 Karabakh (Artsakh)
2:07
33 Kazakhstan
2:32
34 Kenya
1:53
35 Kiribati (long)
2:42
36 Kiribati (short)
1:02
37 Korea (Democratic People’s Republic)
1:41
38 Korea (Republic of)
1:45
39 Kuwait
0:54
40 Kyrgyz Republic
1:46

Credits

CD 1

anthem of:
Cyprus (track 8)
Côte d'Ivoire (track 27)
Gabon (track 1)
Gambia (track 2)
Germany (track 4)
Ghana (track 5)
Gibraltar (tracks 6–7)
Greece (track 8)
Grenada (track 9)
Guam, United States (track 10)
Guatemala (track 11)
Guinea (track 12)
Guyana (track 14)
Haiti (track 15)
Honduras (track 16)
Hungary (track 17)
Iceland (track 18)
India (track 19)
Indonesia (track 20)
Isle of Man (track 24)
Israel (track 25)
Jamaica (track 28)
Japan (track 29)
Jersey (tracks 6–7, 30)
Jordan (track 31)
Kenya (track 34)
Kiribati (tracks 35–36)
Kuwait (track 39)
Kyrgyzstan (track 40)
North Korea (track 37)
South Korea (track 38)
Tokelau (tracks 6–7)
United Kingdom (tracks 6–7)
Georgia (1918 – 1920) (track 3)
Ireland (1926 –) (track 23)
Italy (1946-10-12 –) (track 26)
Guinea-Bissau (1974-09-24 –) (track 13)
Cape Verde (1974-09-24 – 1996-07-05) (track 13)
New Zealand (1977-11-17 –) (tracks 6–7)
Iraq (1981 – 2003) (track 22)
Iran (1990 –) (track 21)
Georgia (1990 – 2004) (track 3)
Kazakhstan (1992 – 2006) (track 33)
composer:
안익태 (track 38)
عبد القادر التنير (composer of Jordan’s national anthem) (track 31)
Armen Nasibyan (track 32)
Frédéric Bérat (track 30)
Samuel Cohen (track 25)
Nasyr Davlesov (track 40)
Franz Eckert (track 29)
Philip Gbeho (track 5)
Nicolas Geffrard (track 15)
William Henry Gill (track 24)
晓河 (track 13)
Carlos Härtling (track 16)
Latif Khamidi (track 33)
김원균 (track 37)
Robert Lightbourne (track 28)
Kalyi Moldobasanov (track 40)
Kodofo Moussa (track 12)
奥好義 (track 29)
Pierre Michel Pango (track 27)
Hassan Riahi (track 21)
Pierre Marie Coty (track 27)
Urium Tamuera Ioteba (tracks 35–36)
Rabindranath Tagore (track 19)
[unknown] (Special Purpose Artist - Do not add releases here, if possible.) (tracks 6–7)
Joseph Haydn (composer) (1797) (track 4)
Erkel Ferenc (composer) (1844-03 – 1844-04) (track 17)
Michele Novaro (1847) (track 26)
Peadar Ó Cearnaígh (1907) (track 23)
Patrick Heaney (1907) (track 23)
conductor:
Peter Breiner (tracks 1–40)
engineer:
Otto Nopp (producer and engineer) (tracks 1–40)
lyricist:
Frédéric Bérat (track 30)
William Henry Gill (track 24)
Muzafar Alimbayev (track 33)
Joachim Bony (track 27)
Amílcar Cabral (anti-colonial leader in Guinea-Bissau and the Cape Verde Islands) (track 13)
Henry Carey (tracks 6–7)
Pierre Marie Coty (track 27)
Zhadyra Daribayeva (track 33)
Mathieu Ekra (track 27)
Graham Hyslop (track 34)
Naftali Herz Imber (track 25)
Urium Tamuera Ioteba (tracks 35–36)
Thomas Kalume (track 34)
Peter Kibukosya (track 34)
Eshmambet Kuluev (track 40)
Justin Lhérisson (track 15)
Kadyr Myrzaliyev (track 33)
Washington Omondi (track 34)
박세영 (track 37)
Djamil Sadykov (track 40)
G. W. Senoga-Zake (track 34)
Shafiq Alkamali (track 22)
Hugh Sherlock (track 28)
Rabindranath Tagore (track 19)
Vardan Hakobyan (track 32)
[unknown] (Special Purpose Artist - Do not add releases here, if possible.) (tracks 12, 21, 29, 38)
Kölcsey Ferenc (– 1823-01-22) (track 17)
Goffredo Mameli (1847) (track 26)
Peadar Ó Cearnaígh (1907) (track 23)
orchestra:
Symfonický orchester Slovenského rozhlasu (Slovak Radio Symphony Orchestra) (tracks 1–40)
previously attributed to:
John Bull (16th century composer) (tracks 6–7)
林廣守 (track 29)
producer:
Miloš Betko (tracks 1–40)
translator:
Liam Ó Rinn (1923) (track 23)
recorded at:
Concert Hall of the Slovak Radio in Bratislava, Bratislavský kraj, Slovakia (1996-02-26 – 1996-03-03) (tracks 1–40)
arrangements:
God Save the King (for soloists, chorus and orchestra, Elgar) (tracks 6–7)
God Save the Queen (arranged by H. Wood) (tracks 6–7)
God Save the Queen (for orchestra, Walton) (tracks 6–7)
God Save the Queen (arranged by Britten) (tracks 6–7)
God Save the Queen (arranged by Jacob) (tracks 6–7)
God Save the Queen (arranged by Costa) (tracks 6–7)
God Save the Queen (for chorus and orchestra, Willcocks) (tracks 6–7)
God Save the Queen (The National Anthem) (for chorus and orchestra, Bliss) (tracks 6–7)
National Anthem (The Enid version of “God Save the Queen”) (tracks 6–7)
Troublesome ’96 (track 25)
instrumental recording of:
is based on:
La Mantovana (track 25)
is the basis for:
Anglia (Laibach song, based on "God Save the Queen" (the UK anthem)) (tracks 6–7)
Italia (Laibach song, based on "Il Canto degli Italiani") (track 26)
Nippon (Laibach song, based on "Kimi ga Yo") (track 29)
Yisrā'el (Laibach song, based on הַתִּקְוָה‎ (Hatikvah)) (track 25)
你情我願 (tracks 6–7)
later parody versions:
Anglia (Laibach song, based on "God Save the Queen" (the UK anthem)) (tracks 6–7)
later translated parody versions:
Nippon (Laibach song, based on "Kimi ga Yo") (track 29)
later translated versions:
Arrane Ashoonagh dy Vannin (Isle of Man national anthem in Manx) (track 24)
Fanohge Chamoru (Guam anthem in Chamorro) (track 10)
later versions:
God Save the Queen (Queen version) (tracks 6–7)
Rufst du, mein Vaterland (former national anthem of Switzerland) (tracks 6–7)
orchestrations:
recording of:
Amhrán na bhFiann (track 23)
Ee Mungu Nguvu Yetu (track 34)
God Save the Queen (national anthem of several countries in the British Commonwealth) (tracks 6–7)
Hail Grenada (track 9)
Himnusz (national anthem of Hungary) (track 17)
Indonesia Raya (track 20)
L'Abidjanaise (track 27)
La Concorde (track 1)
La Dessalinienne (track 15)
Liberté (track 12)
Lofsöngur (track 18)
Ma Normandie (J’irai revoir ma Normandie) (track 30)
O Land of Our Birth (Isle of Man national anthem in English) (track 24)
Stand Ye Guamanians (Guam anthem in English) (track 10)
Teirake Kaini Kiribati (tracks 35–36)
התקווה (track 25)
أرض الفراتين (Iraq national anthem 1981-2003) (track 22)
سرود ملی جمهوری اسلامی ایران (Iran national anthem 1990-present) (track 21)
დიდება (Georgian national anthem 1918-1920 and 1990-2004) (track 3)
君が代 (track 29)
애국가 (North Korea) (track 37)
애국가 (South Korea) (track 38)
translated version of:
The Soldier's Song (track 23)
version of:
Deutschlandlied (track 4)

Release

ASIN:DE: B0000069JG [info]

Release Group

part of:The Complete National Anthems of the World (recording of all national anthems by The Slovak Radio Symphony Orchestra released in mid–late 1990’s) (number: 3)