Trombone from Gibraltar National Song for Brass (MFAO World National Anthem Series)
The national song of Gibraltar arranged for classical Brass Quintet.
The local anthem of this British colony was chosen as a result of a competition and officially adopted on October 18, 1994. It is sung every September 10 (Gibraltar National Day).
Gibraltar’s anthem is a good example of what an anthem should be, stirring and simple, while encapulating how natives and the world view the country.
The Gibraltar Anthem is the national song of the British overseas territory of Gibraltar.
In common with the United Kingdom, Crown dependencies and other British territories, the official national anthem of Gibraltar is God Save the Queen. The Gibraltar anthem is the national song, and was chosen in a competition in 1994. Both the lyrics and music were composed by Peter Emberley, who is not a Gibraltarian.
The anthem is sung every 10 September by the general public at the annual release of 30,000 red and white balloons on Gibraltar National Day.
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