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German National Anthem - 3 mixes

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    German National Anthem 1091/14 Arr. Tim Devine (ASCAP) | Stacey Berkley (PRS)
    Solo harp arrangement of the German National Anthem into dreamy glissandos
    0:22
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    • AlbumHarp 1091
    • KeyEb/D# (ends in Eb/D#)
    • Metre4/4
    • Tempon/a
    • Tempo NotesSlow
    • ISRCGB-FFM-04-09114
    • PublisherAudio Network Limited
    • Release Year2004
    FactoidFranz Joseph Haydn returned to Austria from his second concert tour of England and wrote this tune as an Imperial Anthem (Kaiser Hymn) for Franz II, the last Kaiser of "das Heilige Römische Reich Deutscher Nationre." Haydn had been impressed by "God save the King. The tune was first played on February 12, 1797.
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    German National Anthem 2 1091/47 Arr. Tim Devine (ASCAP) | Stacey Berkley (PRS)
    Solo harp arrangement of the German National Anthem into uncertain/minor end
    0:24
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    • AlbumHarp 1091
    • KeyEb/D# (ends in Ebm/D#m)
    • Metre4/4
    • Tempon/a
    • Tempo NotesSlow
    • ISRCGB-FFM-04-09147
    • PublisherAudio Network Limited
    • Release Year2004
    FactoidFranz Joseph Haydn returned to Austria from his second concert tour of England and wrote this tune as an Imperial Anthem (Kaiser Hymn) for Franz II, the last Kaiser of "das Heilige Römische Reich Deutscher Nationre." Haydn had been impressed by "God save the King. The tune was first played on February 12, 1797.
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    German National Anthem 3 1091/48 Arr. Tim Devine (ASCAP) | Stacey Berkley (PRS)
    Solo harp arrangement of the German National Anthem into uncertain/minor end
    0:25
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    • AlbumHarp 1091
    • KeyEb/D# (ends in Ebm/D#m)
    • Metre4/4
    • Tempon/a
    • Tempo NotesSlow
    • ISRCGB-FFM-04-09148
    • PublisherAudio Network Limited
    • Release Year2004
    FactoidFranz Joseph Haydn returned to Austria from his second concert tour of England and wrote this tune as an Imperial Anthem (Kaiser Hymn) for Franz II, the last Kaiser of "das Heilige Römische Reich Deutscher Nationre." Haydn had been impressed by "God save the King. The tune was first played on February 12, 1797.
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    Austria 1484/1 4 mixes Arr. Jonathan Girling (PRS)
    Austrian National Anthem - 'Land de Berge'. Military band
    1:15
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