The "Himno Nacional del Perú" is the national anthem of the Republic of Peru. The flag of Peru consists of three horizontal stripes, where the side ones are red and the middle one is white. Different words for the first verse, then the second and third verses, were written, with varying degrees of success, during different presidential regimes but after their terms were over, the lyrics reverted back to the original ones. Download, play and listen to Peru National Anthem “Himno Nacional del Perú” ( National Anthem of Peru ) directly on your mobile! Peru National Anthem "Himno Nacional del Perú" w/music/vocal/lyrics Quechua w/English Translation - Duration: 3:14. In August of that monumental year, the great liberator General José de San Martín arranged a public contest to find an official national anthem for the newly independent nation. Werbefrei streamen oder als CD und MP3 kaufen bei Amazon.de. (repeat previous two lines) Que la patria al Eterno elevó. English: National Anthem of Peru Cover of the sheet music for piano of the National Anthem with the arrangements of Carlos Juan Eksund (1863). Music is Love Anthems 2,136 views The Peruvian National Anthem was adopted in 1821. Peru National Anthem Lyrics. Despite this, the anthem continued to be revised in the ensuing decades. Whimper no more: Peru national anthem bound for glory This article is more than 9 years old 1821 original may get rewrite to banish downbeat sentiments as country flexes growing economic muscles
In the center of the white stripe, a shield taken from the national character that was designed before 1825 by José Georgiou Parades is placed.
The anthem was composed by José Bernardo Alcedo and its lyrics were written by José de la Torre Ugarte. The history of the National Anthem of Peru dates back to 1821, just a month after Peru had proclaimed its independence.
Peru Original Spanish Words CHORUS Somos libres, seámoslo siempre, seámoslo siempre Y antes niegues sus luces sus luces el sol, Que faltemos al voto solemne Que la patria al Eterno elevó. Play, download, or share the MIDI song National Anthem - Peru.mid from your web browser.
National Anthem of Peru in Quechua Quechua is a Native South American language spoken primarily in the Andes of South America. After Peru declared its independence, the General José de San Martín began a public contest to select the National March, which was published on 7 August 1821 in the Gaceta Ministerial (the Ministerial Gazette). The language was derived from a common ancestral language and is along with Spanish an official language in Peru.