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  •  (1917)  Kimigayo by Florence Attenborough (translation) and Charles John Vincent (harmony) 1538420The National Anthems of the Allies — Kimigayo1917
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  • G. Schirmer Inc. Boshe Zaria Chrani!, Imperial Russian national anthem Kimigayo, Japanese national anthem Some or all works by this author are
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  • melody was chosen in 1880, replacing an unpopular melody composed eleven years earlier.— Excerpted from Kimigayo on Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
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  • published by G. Schirmer Inc. God Save the King, British national anthem Kimigayo, Japanese national anthem Some or all works by this author are
    1,008 bytes (158 words) - 11:34, 27 August 2015
  • this Law. (Anthem) Article 2: Kimigayo shall be the National Anthem. Section 2: The lyrics and musical notation of Kimigayo shall be published in Appendix
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  • best graduates. Then the president gives an address. The national anthem 'kimigayo' is then sung three times, followed by the cries of 'Tokyo-Teikoku Daigaku
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  • poems to be compiled under the title of the "Kokinshu," and the words of "Kimigayo" were included; but who wrote them is not known, neither can the composer
    295 bytes (1,531 words) - 21:26, 26 August 2013
  • Marseillaise (p. 6) La Brabançonne (p. 8) Boshe Zaria Chrani! (p. 10) Kimigayo (p. 11) Srpska Narodna Himna (p. 12) The Garibaldi Hymn (p. 14) Rumanian
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