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Parry, Joseph Joseph Parry
United Kingdom United Kingdom
(1841 - 1903)
17 sheet music
13 MP3

Instrumentations :
› Oboe (1) Original
› Horn in F (1) Original
› Clarinet in Bb solo (1) Original
› 4 clarinets (quartet) (1)
› Viola (1) Original
› Trumpet solo (1) Original
› Brass Quartet (2)

Arrangers : › Sontonga, Enoch Original (13)
› Behrens, Ralf (6)
› Haja Jean, RABESIAKA (2)
› Lewis, Alastair (4)
› Mendel, Fillipe (1)
› Not attributed (1)

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Nkosi sikelel' iAfrika

Nkosi sikelel' iAfrika
Joseph Parry

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Composer :Joseph ParryParry, Joseph (1841 - 1903)
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Horn in F

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Publisher :Lewis, Alastair (1974 - )
Copyright :Copyright © 2011 Alastair Lewis
This piece for french horn has a time signature of 4/4. The key is C major. It is an easy piece to play.

"Nkosi Sikelel' iAfrika" appeared first as a hymn in 1897 when it was written by Enoch Sontonga, a teacher a Methodist mission school in Johannesburg. The title is written in a South African indigenous language, Xhosa, and means "Lord Bless Africa". The hymn was written to a tune by the Welsh composer, Joseph Parry, called "Aberystwyth". In 1925 it was adopted as the anthem of the African National Congress, and became a symbol of the anti-apartheid movement. It was also a pan-African liberation anthem, and was later adopted as the national anthem by Namibia, Zimbabwe, Zambia, and Tanzania after independence (Zimbabwe and Namibia have subsequently adopted new anthems).

This Hymn is part of the South African Anthem as well.
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Sheet central :Nkosi Sikelel' iAfrika (27 sheet music)
Added by alastair-lewis the 2011-10-24

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