Music for the Royal Fireworks
George Frideric Handel's Music for the Royal Fireworks Overture -- La Paix, La Rejouissance - performed at the Queen's Concerts, Buckingham Palace for her Ma...
Coronation Ode
Elgar: Land of Hope and Glory From Coronation Ode, Op 44 No 6 (words by Benson) Recorded 1977 Choir of King's College, Cambridge, 1977 Band of the Royal Mi...
Song of Liberty
"Song of Liberty" is a British patriotic song which became popular during the Second World War.The song was set to the music of Edward Elgar's Pomp and Circumstance March No. 4. It followed the succes...
Rule, Britannia!
"Rule, Britannia!" is a British patriotic song, originating from the poem "Rule, Britannia" by James Thomson and set to music by Thomas Arne in 1740. It is strongly associated with the Royal Navy, but...
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The Roast Beef of Old England
"The Roast Beef of Old England" is an English patriotic ballad. It was written by Henry Fielding for his play The Grub-Street Opera, which was first performed in 1731. The lyrics were added to over th...
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Hey Tuttie Tatie
"Hey Tuttie Tatie" (also "Hey Tutie Teti" or "Hey Tuttie Taiti") is a traditional Scots air. Its age is unknown, though it is reputed to have been played by the army of Robert the Bruce before the Bat...
Home! Sweet Home!
"Home! Sweet Home!" (also known as "Home, Sweet Home") is a song that has remained well known for over 150 years. Adapted from American actor and dramatist John Howard Payne's 1823 opera Clari, or th...
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The Song of the Western Men
"The Song of the Western Men" was written by Robert Stephen Hawker. It is also known by the title of "Trelawny".Hawker wrote the song in 1824, telling of events that took place in 1688. Many people h...
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Heart of Oak
"Heart of Oak" is the official march of the Royal Navy of the United Kingdom. It is also the official march of several Commonwealth navies including the Royal Canadian Navy and the Royal New Zealand N...
Land of Hope and Glory
Land of Hope and Glory sung by Clara Butt in 1911"Land of Hope and Glory" is an English patriotic song, with music by Edward Elgar and lyrics by A. C. Benson, written in 1902.
The music to which...
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The Girl I Left Behind
"The Girl I Left Behind" also known as "The Girl I Left Behind Me" is a long-standing popular folk tune and song, dated by most authorities to the late 18th or early 19th century.
The first known ...
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Britons, Strike Home!
Britons, Strike Home! is a British patriotic song, originally an air written for a theatrical production by Henry Purcell in 1695. It was popular during the various wars of the 18th and early 19th cen...
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Cwm Rhondda
Cwm Rhondda, taken from the Welsh name for the Rhondda Valley, is a popular hymn tune written by John Hughes (1873–1932).It is usually used in English as a setting for William Williams' text Guide Me,...
Soldiers of the King
Soldiers of the King is a song written and composed by Leslie Stuart. The song is often sung and published as "Soldiers of the Queen" depending on the reigning monarch at the time.The tune was origina...
Camborne Hill
Camborne Hill (Cornish: Bre a Gammbronn) is a Cornish song that celebrates Richard Trevithick's historic steam engine ride up Camborne Hill, (Tehidy Road up Fore Street) to Beacon on Christmas Eve...
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Is There for Honest Poverty
"Is There for Honest Poverty", commonly known as "A Man's a Man for A' That", is a 1795 Scots song by Robert Burns, famous for its expression of egalitarian ideas of society, which may be seen as expr...
There'll Always Be an England
"There'll Always Be an England" is an English patriotic song, written and distributed in the summer of 1939, which became highly popular upon the outbreak of World War II. It was composed and written ...
Hen Wlad Fy Nhadau
Hen Wlad Fy Nhadau ([heːn wlɑːd və ˈn̥adaɨ̞]) is the official national anthem of Wales. The title – taken from the first words of the song – means "Old Land of My Fathers" in Welsh, usually rendered...
It's a Long Way to Tipperary
"It's a Long Way to Tipperary" is a British music hall song written by Jack Judge and co-credited to, but not co-written by, Henry James "Harry" Williams. It was allegedly written for a 5-shilling bet...
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I Vow to Thee, My Country
"I Vow to Thee, My Country" is a British patriotic song, created in 1921, when a poem by Sir Cecil Spring Rice was set to music by Gustav Holst.
The origin of the lyric is a poem by diplomat Cecil...
Clash of the Ash
"Clash Of The Ash" is the first single from Runrig's thirteenth studio album Everything You See, and was released as a single in 2007. The song is about the sport of shinty and has become an anthem fo...
The Garb of Old Gaul
The Garb of Old Gaul (sometimes given as "Auld Gaul") is an 18th-century patriotic Scottish march and song about Highland soldiers during the Seven Years' War.
The music was written by General Joh...
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I'm Backing Britain
I'm Backing Britain was a brief patriotic campaign, which flourished in early 1968, aimed at boosting the British economy. The campaign started spontaneously when five Surbiton secretaries volunteere...
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Both sides the Tweed
"Both sides the Tweed" is a song about the Treaty of Union between Scotland and England. Dick Gaughan made minor changes to the words and added his own tune. The song was written in 1979 and first app...
Myfanwy
Myfanwy (a woman's name derived from annwyl, ‘beloved’) is a popular Welsh song, composed by Joseph Parry and first published in 1875. Parry wrote the music to lyrics written by Richard Davies ('Mynyd...