1st Trumpet in B^b part from Bosnian & Herzegovinian National Anthem for Brass Quintet MFAO World National Anthem Series

Composer
Dusan Sestic
Duration
1 minute
Genre
World music

The National Anthem of Bosnia & Herzogovina arranged for Brass Quintet.

Državna himna Bosne i Hercegovine (The State Anthem of Bosnia and Herzegovina) is the national anthem of Bosnia and Herzegovina. The anthem was adopted on 25 June 1999, by the promulgation of the Law on the State Anthem of Bosnia and Herzegovina[1], replacing the previous anthem, "Jedna si jedina", which apparently excluded the country’s Serb and Croat communities.

Dušan Šesti composed the melody, to which initially there were no lyrics under the working title Intermeco, which is commonly refered to as the title of the anthem.

Državna himna Bosne i Hercegovine (Serbian Cyrillic: Државна химна Босне и Херцеговине, National Anthem of Bosnia and Herzegovina) is the national anthem of Bosnia and Herzegovina. It is one of the two national anthems (along with that of Spain) in the world to have no official lyrics. The anthem was adopted on 25 June 1999, by the promulgation of the Law on the National Anthem of Bosnia and Herzegovina, replacing the previous anthem, "Jedna si jedina", which apparently excluded the country’s Serb and Croat communities, though, was in use from February 10, 1998, as the flag and coat of arms.

Dušan Šestić (Душан Шестић) (born in Banja Luka, Bosnia and Herzegovina, then Yugoslavia) is a famous Bosnian composer in his homeland and surrounding countries. He composed the national anthem of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Intermeco which was adopted June 1999.[2]

His daughter, Marija Šestić, represented Bosnia and Herzegovina at Eurovision Song Contest 2007.

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