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Hi, Im looking for information about the national anthem of Nicaragua.
Who wrote the Nicaraguan national anthem (lyrics and music)?
When was the national anthem of Nicaragua officially adopted?
Please add any valuable information like links to anthem's mp3, video, lyrics, free sheet music etc.
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The National anthem of Nicaragua is "Salve a ti, Nicaragua" which means in English "Hail to Thee, Nicaragua".
Nicaragua's anthem lyrics were written by Salomon Ibarra MAYORGA and the music was written by traditional, arranged by Luis Abraham DELGADILLO.
Although Only Officially Adopted In 1971, The Music Was Approved In 1918 And The Lyrics In 1939; The Tune, Originally From Spain, Was Used As An Anthem For Nicaragua From The 1830'S Until 1876.
 
National anthem of Nicaragua free mp3 download
Press to download the mp3 file of Nicaragua's National anthem - See link (file source: cia world factbook).
 
Listen to Nicaragua national anthem on Youtube
 
Nicaraguan anthem lyrics (English translation)
Hail to thee, Nicaragua! On thy land
roars the voice of the cannon no more,
nor does the blood of brothers now stain
thy glorious bicolor banner.
 
Let us shine beautifully in thy sky,
and nothing dim thine immortal glory,
for work is thy well earned laurel
and honor is thy triumphal emblem!
 
You can find more information about Nicaraguan anthem on Wikipedia - See link.
Sheet Music: View the Nicaraguan national anthem sheet music - See link.

 

Nicaragua
Nicaraguan national symbol: turquoise-browed motmot (bird).

Nicaragua flag

Conventional short form country name: Nicaragua.
Conventional long form country name: Republic of Nicaragua.
Local short form country name: Nicaragua.
Local long form country name: Republica de Nicaragua.
 
Nicaragua Government Type: republic.
 
Republic is a representative democracy in which the people's elected deputies (representatives), not the people themselves, vote on legislation. 
 
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