"God Save the Queen" is the United Kingdom's national
Anthem. The words and title and are adapted according
to the gender of the current Monarch; such that "Queen"
becomes "King", "she" becomes "he", when a King reigns.
The original author is not known, an attribution to the
English composer John Bull (1562 or 1563 1628) is
sometimes made. The first publication of the tune in
its current form was produced in 1744 in the "Thesaurus
Musicus". Thomas Arne wrote a arrangement of the tune
for the Drury Lane Theatre around 1745.
This is a free sheet music for flute duet and