Tracklist

CD 1
# Title Artist Rating Length
1 Austria: Land der Berge, Land am Strame Johann Baptist Holzer 1:32
2 United Kingdom: God Save the Queen [unknown] 1:17
3 Western Germany: Deutschland über Alles Joseph Haydn 1:37
4 France: La Marseillaise Claude‐Joseph Rouget de l’Isle 1:42
5 Italy: Inno di Mameli Michele Novaro 1:47
6 Russia: Hymn of the Soviet Union Александр Васильевич Александров 2:20
7 United States of America: The Star Spangled Banner John Stafford Smith 1:34
8 Israel: Hatikvah Samuel Cohen 1:15
9 Belgium: La Brabançonne François van Campenhout 1:03
10 Japan: Kimigayo 林廣守, 奥好義, Franz Eckert 1:00
11 Norway: Ja, vi elsker dette landet Rikard Nordraak 1:08
12 Australia: Waltzing Matilda [unknown] 1:50
13 Sweden: Du gamla, du fria [unknown] 1:16
14 Spain: Marcha Real Manuel de Espinosa de los Monteros 0:59
15 Netherlands: Wilhelmus van Nassouwe Adrianus Valerius 1:23
16 Finland: Maamme Fredrik Pacius 1:02
17 Denmark: Kong Christian stod ved højen mast Ditlev Ludvig Rogert 1:14
18 Turkey: İstiklâl Marşı Osman Zeki Üngör 1:19
19 Canada: O Canada Calixa Lavallée 1:25
20 Czechoslovakia: Kde domov můj? František Jan Škroup 1:32
21 Bulgaria: Dear Motherland Цветан Радославов 1:12
22 Hungary: Isten, áldd meg a magyart Erkel Ferenc 1:46
23 East Germany: Auferstanden aus Ruinen Hanns Eisler 1:17
24 Poland: Mazurek Dąbrowskiego [unknown] 0:46
25 Romania: Trei culori Ciprian Porumbescu 1:17
26 Yugoslavia [unknown] 0:43
27 Albania: Hymni i Flamurit Ciprian Porumbescu 1:14

Credits

CD 1

anthem of:
Albania (track 27)
Austria (track 1)
Belgium (track 9)
Bulgaria (track 21)
Canada (track 19)
Denmark (track 17)
Finland (track 16)
Germany (track 3)
Gibraltar (track 2)
Hungary (track 22)
Israel (track 8)
Japan (track 10)
Jersey (track 2)
Norway (track 11)
Poland (track 24)
Spain (track 14)
Sweden (track 13)
Tokelau (track 2)
Turkey (track 18)
United Kingdom (track 2)
Yugoslavia (historical, 1918-2003) (track 26)
France (1795-07-14 –) (track 4)
United States (1931-03-03 –) (track 7)
Italy (1946-10-12 –) (track 5)
East Germany (historical, 1949-1990) (1949 – 1990-10-02) (track 23)
Romania (1977 – 1990) (track 25)
Soviet Union (historical, 1922-1991) (1977 – 1991) (track 6)
New Zealand (1977-11-17 –) (track 2)
Czech Republic (1993-01-01 –) (track 20)
composer:
Александр Александров (Soviet composer and choir conductor 1883-1946) (track 6)
Samuel Cohen (track 8)
Franz Eckert (track 10)
Hanns Eisler (composer) (track 23)
Rikard Nordraak (composer) (track 11)
奥好義 (track 10)
Ciprian Porumbescu (Romanian composer) (tracks 25, 27)
Adrianus Valerius (composer of the national anthem of the Netherlands) (track 15)
[unknown] (Special Purpose Artist - Do not add releases here, if possible.) (tracks 2, 13, 24, 26)
Osman Zeki Üngör (track 18)
John Stafford Smith (1780) (track 7)
Claude‐Joseph Rouget de l’Isle (composer) (1792) (track 4)
Joseph Haydn (composer) (1797) (track 3)
François Van Campenhout (Composer of Belgian national anthem) (1830) (track 9)
Erkel Ferenc (composer) (1844-03 – 1844-04) (track 22)
Michele Novaro (1847) (track 5)
Fredrik Pacius (1848) (track 16)
Calixa Lavallée (1880) (track 19)
Christina Macpherson (1895) (track 12)
conductor:
Hans Hagen (Austrian conductor) (tracks 1–27)
lyricist:
[unknown] (Special Purpose Artist - Do not add releases here, if possible.) (tracks 10, 15, 25)
Johannes R. Becher (track 23)
Henry Carey (track 2)
Mehmet Âkif Ersoy (track 18)
Johannes Ewald (Danish dramatist and poet) (track 17)
Calixa Lavallée (track 19)
Paula Preradović (track 1)
Josef Kajetán Tyl (19th c. Czech dramatist) (track 20)
Kölcsey Ferenc (– 1823-01-22) (track 22)
Józef Wybicki (1697-07-16 – 1697-07-19) (track 24)
Claude‐Joseph Rouget de l’Isle (composer) (1792) (track 4)
Francis Scott Key (1814) (track 7)
Alexandre Dechet (French 19th century actor, yricist of Belgian national hymn) (1830) (track 9)
Samuel Tomášik (1834) (track 26)
Richard Dybeck (1844) (track 13)
Johan Ludvig Runeberg (1846) (track 16)
Goffredo Mameli (1847) (track 5)
Adolphe‐Basile Routhier (1880) (track 19)
Banjo Paterson (1895-01) (track 12)
Aleksandër Stavre Drenova (1912) (track 27)
orchestra:
previously attributed to:
John Bull (16th century composer) (track 2)
林廣守 (track 10)
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (classical composer) (track 1)
translator:
Julius Krohn (1867) (track 16)
publisher:
Sikorski (track 6)
Rare Blue Music Inc (1988 – ????) (track 7)
Vinnie Vincent Music (1988 – ????) (track 7)
arrangements:
1789 (track 4)
God Save the King (for soloists, chorus and orchestra, Elgar) (track 2)
God Save the Queen (for orchestra, Walton) (track 2)
God Save the Queen (arranged by Jacob) (track 2)
God Save the Queen (arranged by Costa) (track 2)
God Save the Queen (arranged by H. Wood) (track 2)
God Save the Queen (arranged by Britten) (track 2)
God Save the Queen (for chorus and orchestra, Willcocks) (track 2)
God Save the Queen (The National Anthem) (for chorus and orchestra, Bliss) (track 2)
God Save the Team (track 2)
Hymne des Marseillais, H. 51A (for choirs and orchestra) (track 4)
Hymne des Marseillais, H. 51B (for voices and piano) (track 4)
Ja, vi elsker dette landet (catch-all for arrangements) (track 11)
La Marseillaise (for violin solo, Stravinsky) (track 4)
Maamme (arr. Kajanus) (track 16)
Matilda’s Rhumba (track 12)
Matilda’s Waltz (track 12)
National Anthem (The Enid version of “God Save the Queen”) (track 2)
Norwegian National Anthem (from 1970 film) (track 11)
Star Spangled Banner (for banjo, arr. Charles Wood) (track 7)
The Star Spangled Banner (arr. Grafulla) (track 7)
The Star-Spangled Banner (for orchestra and choir ad libitum, arr. Stravinsky) (track 7)
The Star-Spangled Banner (catch-all for arrangements) (track 7)
The Star-Spangled Banner (for band, Sousa) (track 7)
The Star‐Spangled Banner (arr. John Williams) (track 7)
Troublesome ’96 (track 8)
Waltzing Matilda (for band, Langford) (track 12)
Waltzing Matilda (for band, Akers) (track 12)
instrumental cover recording of:
Waltzing Matilda (track 12)
instrumental recording of:
Du gamla, du fria (de facto national anthem of Sweden) (track 13)
God Save the Queen (national anthem of several countries in the British Commonwealth) (track 2)
Hey, Slavs (national anthem of SFR Yugoslavia, Serbia and Montenegro) (track 26)
Himni i flamurit (track 27)
Himnusz (national anthem of Hungary) (track 22)
Kde domov můj? (national anthem of Czech Republic) (track 20)
La Brabançonne (national anthem of Belgium) (track 9)
La Marseillaise (national anthem of France) (track 4)
Maamme (track 16)
Mazurek Dąbrowskiego (national anthem of Poland) (track 24)
Trei culori (Romanian national anthem 1977-1990) (track 25)
Wilhelmus van Nassouwe (national anthem of the Netherlands) (track 15)
Ô Canada (original French version) (track 19)
İstiklâl Marşı (track 18)
Государственный гимн СССР (lyrics version 2, as performed in 1977-1991) (track 6)
התקווה (Hatikvah) (track 8)
君が代 (track 10)
is based on:
La Mantovana (track 8)
Lasst uns mit geschlungnen Händen (K⁶ 623a) (track 1)
Mazurek Dąbrowskiego (national anthem of Poland) (track 26)
Thou Bonnie Wood of Craigielea (Scottish folk song, first published circa 1818) (track 12)
is the basis for:
America (Laibach song, based on "The Star-Spangled Banner") (track 7)
Anglia (Laibach song, based on “God Save the Queen” (the UK anthem)) (track 2)
Earth Anthem (track 7)
España (Laibach song, based on "Marcha Real" & "El Himno de Riego") (track 14)
Francia (Laibach song, based on "La Marseillaise") (track 4)
Hey, Slavs (national anthem of SFR Yugoslavia, Serbia and Montenegro) (track 24)
Italia (Laibach song, based on "Il Canto degli Italiani") (track 5)
La Marseillaise (アドバンスド大戦略) (track 4)
Nippon (Laibach song, based on "Kimi ga Yo") (track 10)
Slovania (Laibach song, based on "Hey, Slavs ") (track 26)
Star-Spangled (track 7)
Türkiye (Laibach song, based on İstiklâl Marşı) (track 18)
Yisrā'el (Laibach song, based on הַתִּקְוָה‎ (Hatikvah)) (track 8)
你情我願 (track 2)
later parody versions:
America (Laibach song, based on "The Star-Spangled Banner") (track 7)
Anglia (Laibach song, based on “God Save the Queen” (the UK anthem)) (track 2)
later translated parody versions:
Nippon (Laibach song, based on "Kimi ga Yo") (track 10)
later translated versions:
Mathilda (F. Lemarque) (track 12)
later versions:
God Save the Queen (Queen version) (track 2)
La Marseillaise (Pour tous les enfants de la terre…) (track 4)
O Canada (English version by Robert Stanley Weir) (track 19)
Rufst du, mein Vaterland (former national anthem of Switzerland) (track 2)
medley of:
Valsa Matilda (track 12)
orchestrations:
recording of:
Marcha real (track 14)
referred to in medleys:
An American Anthem (track 7)
translated version of:
Vårt land (track 16)
version of:
Deutschlandlied (track 3)
İstiklâl Marşı (Composition before the contemporary one by Ali Rıfat Çağatay) (track 18)
Государственный гимн СССР (lyrics version 1, as performed in 1943-1956) (track 6)

Release

ASIN:US: B000000K63 [info]