Appears on releases

# Title Length Release Title Release Artist Date Country Label Catalog#
1.1 The British National Anthem 3:56 Symphony no. 9 Beethoven; Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, Sir Thomas Beecham BBC Legends BBCL 4209-2


bass vocals: Kim Borg (1956-08-19)
choir vocals: Edinburgh Festival Chorus (1956-08-19)
conductor: Sir Thomas Beecham (1956-08-19)
mezzo-soprano vocals: Nan Merriman (mezzo-soprano) (1956-08-19)
orchestra: Royal Philharmonic Orchestra (1956-08-19)
soprano vocals: Sylvia Fisher (1956-08-19)
tenor vocals: Richard Lewis (Welsh tenor) (1956-08-19)
recorded at: Usher Hall in Edinburgh, Scotland, United Kingdom (1956-08-19)
recording of: God Save the Queen (national anthem of several countries in the British Commonwealth) (live) (1956-08-19)

God Save the Queen (national anthem of several countries in the British Commonwealth)

anthem of: Gibraltar
United Kingdom
New Zealand (1977-11-17 –)
composer: [unknown] (Special Purpose Artist - Do not add releases here, if possible.)
lyricist: Henry Carey
previously attributed to: John Bull (16th century composer)
arrangements: God Save the King (for soloists, chorus and orchestra, Elgar)
God Save the Queen (arranged by Britten)
God Save the Queen (for orchestra, Walton)
God Save the Queen (arranged by Costa)
God Save the Queen (arranged by Jacob)
God Save the Queen (for chorus and orchestra, Willcocks)
God Save the Queen (arranged by H. Wood)
God Save the Queen (The National Anthem) (for chorus and orchestra, Bliss)
National Anthem (The Enid version of “God Save the Queen”)
is the basis for: 7 Variations for Piano in C major on "God Save the King", WoO 78
God Save Our Lobster Queen
God Save the Queen, S. 235
Variations on God Save the King,op.9
later parody versions: Anglia (Laibach song, based on "God Save the Queen" (the UK anthem))
later versions: God Save the Queen (Queen version)
Rufst du, mein Vaterland (former national anthem of Switzerland)
orchestrations: Twelve Various Folksongs, WoO 157: No. 1, "God Save the King"