Title: Rule Britania / Land Of The Maple
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A massed military band of Australian, British and American forces played as Supreme Allied Commander Louis Mountbatten, 1st Earl Mountbatten of Burma arrived. Rule, Britannia!" (in an orchestral arrangement by Sir Malcolm Sargent) is traditionally performed at the BBC's Last Night of the Proms, normally with a guest soloist (past performers have included Jane Eaglen, Bryn Terfel, Thomas Hampson and Felicity Lott)
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Rule Britannia: Empire. New Zealand Army Band, The New Zealand Army Band. New Zealand Army Band - Fanfare - Prince of Wales 01:39. New Zealand Army Band - There'll Always Be an England 03:08. New Zealand Army Band - God Save the Queen 02:11. New Zealand Army Band - Charlie Is My Darling 01:39. New Zealand Army Band - Land of My Fathers 04:27. New Zealand Army Band - Rule Britannia 02:45. New Zealand Army Band - God Defend New Zealand 01:47. New Zealand Army Band - Bridal March 03:58.
The lyrics of "Rule, Britannia!" were written by the Scottish-born Poet James Thomson (1700–1748) and set to music by the English composer Thomas Augustine Arne (1710-1778). The Song was part of a Masque about Alfred the Great called "Alfred" and first performed in 1740. The overall show soon became largely forgotten, but the Song "Rule, Britannia!" became very popular. The Song is often performed at the last night of the Proms - the series of "Promenade Concerts" held each summer, generally in the Royal Albert Hall in London. Because the Song is Patriotic in nature, it has become almost a secondary National Anthem. This arrangement of "Rule, Britannia!" is for piano and it can be performed as a solo piece, or used to accompany singers or other instruments.
Wartime Songs Vol. 1: Rule Britannia. Let us know what you think of the Last.
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