Somalian National Anthem (Soomaaliyeey toosoo; "Somalia, Wake Up" 2000-2012) for Brass Quintet
The national anthem of Somalia from 2000-2012 arranged for Brass Quintet.
The new anthem will follow shortly.
Soomaaliyeey toosoo is a well-known Somali song that dates from the early 1940s. According to the Somali government, it was written by Ali Mire Awale in 1947. However, some sources suggest that it was written by Ali Mire Awale and Yusuf Haji Adan sometime in the 1940s.
It was sung to mark independence day on July 1, 1960, and was regularly performed by children in the mornings at schools. Soomaaliyeey toosoo was officially adopted in 2000.
On August 2012, following the endorsement of Somalia's new Provisional Constitution, Soomaaliyeey toosoo was replaced as the national anthem by Qolobaa Calankeed.
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