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David Kalākaua, ultimus rex Havaianus et poeta "Hawaii Ponoi," carminis civitatis Havaiani.

Unum vel pluria carmina civitatis habent quadraginta novem ex quinquaginta civitatibus ex quibus Civitates Foederatae Americae constant, compositiones musicas quae a quaque legislatura civitatis et vel aut gubernatore civitatis seliguntur ut symbolus vel indicium illam civitatem repraesentent. Nova Caesarea carmine civitatis publico caret. "Carry Me Back to Old Virginny," prius carmen civitatis Virginiae (anno 1940 ascitum),[1] a Coetu Generali rescissum est ob sententiam rassisticam.[2] Anno 2015, "Our Great Virginia" novum carmen civitatis Virginianum factum est.[3]

Nonnullis civitatibus Civitatum Foederatarum sunt plus quam unum carmen civitatis publicum et nonnulla ex eorum carminibus publicis per alia nomina attingere possunt; exempli gratia, Arcansiae publice sunt duo carmina civitatis: hymnus elatior, et carmen historicum. Arizonae est carmen quod ut hymnus elatior esset anno 1915 scriptum est, atque "Arizona," ictus rusticus anni 1981, quod civitas alternum hymnum elatiorem ascivit anno 1982.[1]

Bini homines, Stephanus Foster et Ioannes Denver, duo carmina civitatis composuerunt, solus vel cum aliis. Carmina civitatis Fosterana, "Old Folks at Home"[4] a Florida ascita, et "My Old Kentucky Home" sunt inter carmina in Civitatibus Foederatis notissima.

Senatus Coloratensis consultum die 12 Martii 2007 fecit ut "Rocky Mountain High," ictus Denveranus anni 1972, unum ex civitatis duobus carminibus civitatis publicis esset, cum "Where the Columbines Grow," carmine vetere.[5] Die 7 Martii 2014, Legislatura Virginiae Occidentalis consultum fecit ut "Take Me Home, Country Roads" carmen Denveranum carmen civitatis publicum Virginiae Occidentalis esset; Earl Ray Tomblin gubernator die 8 Martii 2014 consultum subscripsit.[6]

Inter alia carmina civitatis notissima sunt "Yankee Doodle," "You Are My Sunshine," "Rocky Top," et "Home on the Range"; aliis sunt normae populo gratae, inter quas "Oklahoma!" (in theatri musico Rodgersano et Hammersteiniano), "Georgia on My Mind" compositoris Hoagy Carmichael, "Valsa Tennesiae," "Valsa Missuriae," et "On the Banks of the Wabash, Far Away" ('In Ripis Wabash, Procul'). Multa ex aliis sunt ignotioria, praecipue extra civitatem.

Carmina civitatis perscriptaRecensere

Civitas Carmen civitatis Compositor(es) Lyricista(e) Annus ascitum
Alabama
 
"Alabama" Domina Edna Gockel Gussen Iulia Strudwick Tutwiler 1931[1][7]
Alasca
 
"Alaska's Flag" Eleanora Dusenbury Maria Drake 1955[1][8]
Arizona
 
Carmen civitatis: "Arizona" Rex Allen et Rex Allen, Jr. Rex Allen et Rex Allen, Jr. 1981[1][9]
Hymnus elatior civitatis: "Arizona March Song" Mauritius Blumenthal Margareta Rowe Clifford 1919[1][9]
Arcansia
 
Hymnus elatior civitatis: "Arkansas" Eva Ware Barnett Eva Ware Barnett 1917/1987[1][10]
"Arcansas (You Run Deep in Me)" Wayland Holyfield Wayland Holyfield 1987[1][10]
"Oh, Arkansas" Terry Rose et Gary Klaff Terry Rose et Gary Klaff 1987[1][10]
Carmen civitatis historicum: "The Arkansas Traveler" Sanford Faulkner (Verba publica a consilcio anno 1947 facta) 1949/1987[1][10]
California
 
"I Love You, California" Alfredus F. Frankenstein F. B. Silverwood 1951[1]
Carolina Meridiana
 
"Carolina" Anna Curtis Burgess Henricus Timrod
G. R. Goodwin (editor)
1911[1]
"South Carolina on My Mind" Hank Martin et Buzz Arledge 1984[1]
Carolina Septentrionalis
 
"The Old North State" 1927[1]
Cenomannica
 
"State of Maine Song" Roger Vinton Snow 1937[1]
Coloratum
 
"Where the Columbines Grow" A. J. Fynn 1915[1][11]
"Rocky Mountain High" Ioannes Denver et Michael Taylor Ioannes Denver 2007[12]
Connecticuta
 
Carmen civitatis: "Yankee Doodle" 1978[1][13]
Cantata civitatis: "The Nutmeg" 2003[1][13]
Dacota Meridiana
 
"Hail, South Dakota!" DeeCort Hammitt 1943[1]
Dacota Septentrionalis
 
"North Dakota Hymn" 1947[1]
Delavaria
 
"Our Delaware" 1925[1]
Florida
 
Carmen publicum: Verba retractata carminis "Old Folks at Home (Swanee Ribber)" Monumentum Stephani Foster in Universitate Pittsburgensis ex primis verbis Stephani Foster 2008 (verba retractata)[14]
1935 (verba prima)[1]
Cantus publicus: "I Am Florida" Gualterius "Clyde" Orange Allen Autry Sr. 2013[15][16]
Hymnus elatior: "Florida (Where the Sawgrass Meets the Sky)"
Jan Hinton 2008[17]
Georgia
 
"Georgia on My Mind," Ray Charles cantum Hoagy Carmichael Stuart Gorrell 1979[1]
Hawaii
 
State anthem: "Hawaii Ponoi" Henricus Berger David Kalākaua Rex 1967[1][18]
Idahum
 
"Here We Have Idaho" Sallie Hume Douglas 1931[1]
Illinoesia
 
"Illinois" 1967[1]
Indiana
 
"On the Banks of the Wabash, Far Away" Paulus Dresser 1913[1]
Iowa
 
"The Song of Iowa" S. H. M. Byers 1911[1]
Official Companion State Song: "Make Me a World in Iowa" Effie Burt 2002[1][19]
Kansia
 
"Home on the Range" 1947[1]
Iter civitatis publicum: "The Kansas March" 1935[1]
Iter publicum: "Here's Kansas" 1992[1]
Kentukia
 
Carmen civitatis: "My Old Kentucky Home" Stephanus Foster 1928[1]
Carmen bluegrass: "Blue Moon of Kentucky" Gulielmus Monroe 1988[1][20]
"Kentucky Home Made Christmas"
Ludoviciana
 
"Give Me Louisiana" Doralice Fontane[21] 1970[1]
"You Are My Sunshine" Jimmie Davis
(olim gubernator)
1977[1]
Iter civitatis: "Louisiana My Home Sweet Home" 1952[1]
Carmen oecologismi: "The Gifts of Earth"[22]
Massachusetta
 
State anthem: "All Hail to Massachusetts" Arthurus J. Marsh 1981[1][23]
Carmen vulgare civitatis: "Massachusetts" Arlo Guthrie 1981[1][24]
Iter caerimoniale civitatis: "The Road to Boston" 1985[1][25]
Carmen patrioticum civitatis: "Massachusetts (Because of You Our Land is Free)" 1989[1][26]
Carmen glee club civitatis: "The Great State of Massachusetts" 1997[1][27]
Polka civitatis: "Say Hello to Someone from Massachusetts" Leonardus Gomulka[28] 1998[29]
Oide civitatis: "Ode to Massachusetts" 2000[1][30]
Michigania
 
Carmen civitatis publicum: "My Michigan" H. O'Reilly Clint Giles Kavanaugh 1937[1]
Minnesota
 
"Hail! Minnesota" 1945[1]
Mississippia
 
"Go, Mississippi"
(aliquando Go Mis-sis-sip-pi appellatum)
1962[1]
Missuria
 
"Missouri Waltz" melodia: Ioannes V. Eppel
ordinatum: Fridericus K. Logan
J. R. Shannon 1949[1]
Mons Viridis
 
"These Green Mountains" Diana Martin (compositor)
Rita Buglass Gluck (ordinator)
Diana Martin 1999[1][31]
Montana
 
"Montana" 1945[1]
Ballata civitatis: "Montana Melody" 1983[1] Situs interretialis.
Nebrasca
 
Publicum: "Beautiful Nebraska" Iacobus Fras et Guy G. Miller 1967[1][32]
Nivata
 
"Home Means Nevada" Bertha Rafetto 1933[1]
Nova Hantonia
 
Publicum: "Old New Hampshire" 1949[1]
1977
Publicum: "Live Free or Die" Barry Palmer 2007
Honoris causa: "New Hampshire, My New Hampshire" 1963[1]
Honoris causa: "New Hampshire Hills" 1973[1]
Honoris causa: "Autumn in New Hampshire" 1977[1]
Honoris causa: "New Hampshire's Granite State" 1977[1]
Honoris causa: "Oh, New Hampshire" 1977[1]
Honoris causa: "The Old Man of the Mountain" 1977[1]
Honoris causa: "The New Hampshire State March" 1977[1]
Honoris causa: "New Hampshire Naturally" 1983[1][33]
Nova Caesarea
 
Nullum [34]
Novum Mexicum
 
Carmen civitatis: "O Fair New Mexico" Elizabetha Garrett 1917[1]
Carmen civitatis Hispanicum: "Así Es Nuevo Méjico" Elizabetha Garrett 1971[1]
Ballata civitatis: "Land of Enchantment" 1989[1]
Carmen bilingue: "New Mexico – Mi Lindo Nuevo México" Elizabetha Garrett 1995[1]
Carmen bubulcorum civitatis: "Under New Mexico Skies" Syd Masters 2009
Novum Eboracum
 
"I Love New York" Steve Karmen[35]
Ohium
 
"Beautiful Ohio" Maria Earl Ballard MacDonald (1969)
Wilbert McBride (1989)
1969[1][36]
Carmen rockicum: "Hang On Sloopy" The McCoys 1985[1][37]
Oclahoma
 
Carmen publicum: "Oklahoma" Rodgers et Hammerstein 1953[1][38]
Valsa publica civitatis: "Oklahoma Wind" 1982[1]
Carmen rockicum: "Do You Realize??" The Flaming Lips 2009[39]
Carmen vulgare civitatis publicum: "Oklahoma Hills" Woody Guthrie et Jack Guthrie 2001[40]
Oregonia
 
"Oregon, My Oregon" J. A. Buchanan et
Henricus B. Murtaghin
1927[1]
Pennsylvania
 
"Pennsylvania" 1990[1]
Insula Rhodensis
 
Iter civitatis: "Rhode Island" 1996
Carmen civitatis: "Rhode Island, It's for Me" 1996[1]
Tennesia
 
"My Homeland, Tennessee" Roy Lamont Smith Nell Grayson Taylor 1925[41]
"When It's Iris Time in Tennessee" Willa Waid Newman 1935[1][41]
"My Tennessee" Francisca Anna Tranum 1955[41]
"Tennessee Waltz" Pee Wee King Redd Stewart 1965[1][41]
"Rocky Top" Boudleaux Bryant /
Felix Bryant
1982[1][41]
"Tennessee" Viviana Rorie 1992[41]
"The Pride of Tennessee" Fridericus Congdon /
Thomas Vaughn /
Carola Elliot
1996[1][41]
"A Tennessee Bicentennial Rap: 1796-1996" Ioanna Hill Hanks 1996[41]
"Smoky Mountain Rain" Kye Fleming
Dionysius Morgan
2010[41][42][43]
"Tennessee" Ioannes R. Bean 2012[41]
Texia
 
"Texas, Our Texas" Gulielmus J. Marsh Gulielmus J. Marsh et Gladys Yoakum Wright 1929[44][45]
Uta
 
Carmen civitatis: "Utah, This Is the Place" Samuel et Gary Francis 2003[46]
Hymnus elatior civitatis: "Utah, We Love Thee"
(State Song 1937-2003)[47]
Evan Stephens 2003.[1]
Terra Mariae
 
"Maryland, My Maryland"
(melodia "O Tannenbaum")
Iacobus Ryder Randall 1939[1][48]
Virginia
 
Traditional state song: "Our Great Virginia" Iacobus Papoulis (ordinator), in "Oh Shenandoah" conditum Michael Greenly 2015[3]
Carmen civitatis popularis: "Sweet Virginia Breeze" Stephanus Bassett et Robbin Thompson 2015[3]
Carmen civitatis emeritum: "Carry Me Back to Old Virginny" James Bland 1940[1][2]
Vasingtonia
 
Carmen civitatis: "Washington, My Home" Stuart Churchill (ordinator) Helen Davis 1959[1]
Carmen vulgare civitatis: "Roll On, Columbia, Roll On" in "Goodnight, Irene" conditum Woody Guthrie 1987[1][49]
Carmen rockicum civitatis non publicum: "Louie Louie" Ricardus Berry Ricardus Berry non publicum[50]
Virginia Occidentalis
 
Carmen civitatis publicum: "The West Virginia Hills" Henricus Everett Engle Ellen Ruddell King 1963[1][51]
Carmen civitatis publicum: "This Is My West Virginia" Iris Bell Iris Bell 1963[1][51]
Carmen civitatis publicum: "West Virginia, My Home Sweet Home" Iulianus G. Hearne, Jr. Iulianus G. Hearne, Jr. 1963[1][51]
Carmen civitatis publicum: "Take Me Home, Country Roads" Ioannes Denver
Gulielmus Danoff
Taffy Nivert
2014[52]
Visconsinia
 
Carmen civitatis: "On, Wisconsin!" Gulielmus T. Purdy Carolus D. Rosa et J. S. Hubbard 1959[1][53]
Ballata civitatis: "Oh Wisconsin, Land of My Dreams" Shari A. Sarazin Erma Barrett 2001[1][53]
Valsa civitatis: "The Wisconsin Waltz" Eduardus Hansen Eduardus Hansen 2001[1][53]
Vyomina
 
"Wyoming" Georgius Eduinus Knapp Carolus E. Winter 1955[1][54]

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NotaeRecensere

  1. 1.00 1.01 1.02 1.03 1.04 1.05 1.06 1.07 1.08 1.09 1.10 1.11 1.12 1.13 1.14 1.15 1.16 1.17 1.18 1.19 1.20 1.21 1.22 1.23 1.24 1.25 1.26 1.27 1.28 1.29 1.30 1.31 1.32 1.33 1.34 1.35 1.36 1.37 1.38 1.39 1.40 1.41 1.42 1.43 1.44 1.45 1.46 1.47 1.48 1.49 1.50 1.51 1.52 1.53 1.54 1.55 1.56 1.57 1.58 1.59 1.60 1.61 1.62 1.63 1.64 1.65 1.66 1.67 1.68 1.69 1.70 1.71 1.72 1.73 1.74 1.75 1.76 1.77 1.78 1.79 1.80 1.81 1.82 1.83 1.84 1.85 1.86 1.87 Johnson, Roger R. (2009). "State Songs". Welcome to America 
  2. 2.0 2.1 "Official State Song of the Commonwealth of Virginia". 2006 .
  3. 3.0 3.1 3.2 "Listen: Virginia Now Has 2 State Songs". 2015 .
  4. Saepe "Swanee Ribber" vel "Suwannee River" appellata.
  5. De carmine, www.netstate.com.
  6. http://www.netstate.com/states/symb/song/co_rocky_mountain_high.htm
  7. Act 31-126, Acts of Alabama, "STATE SONG: Alabama". Official Symbols and Emblems of Alabama. Alabama Department of Archives & History. 2006-04-27 .
  8. "Official State Song". Alaska Information. State of Alaska Office of Economic Development .
  9. 9.0 9.1 "Arizona State Anthems". SOS for Kids. Arizona Secretary of State's Office. 2003 .
  10. 10.0 10.1 10.2 10.3 "State Songs". Arkansas Secretary of State's Office .
  11. "Colorado State Song". Colorado State Symbols & Emblems. State of Colorado, Department of Personnel & Administration, Colorado State Archives .
  12. Brown, Jennifer (12 Martii 2007). "Lawmakers OK 'Rocky Mountain High'". The Denver Post  CRS 24-80-909.
  13. 13.0 13.1 STATE OF CONNECTICUT, Sites ° Seals ° Symbols; Connecticut State Register & Manual.
  14. [1] "Summary of Bills Related to Arts, Cultural, Arts Education: Or Historical Resources That Passed the 2008 Florida Legislature May 5, 2008."
  15. "SR1894". flsenate.gov. Florida State Senate .
  16. "I Am Florida". www.iamflorida.org .
  17. from janhintonmusic.com.
  18. Hawaii Revised Statutes §5-10.
  19. [2]
  20. KRS 002.100
  21. Statton, Dana; Mitchell, Jennifer (28 August 2014). "Give Me Louisiana: Selections from the Doralice Fontane Papers". Louisiana State University .
  22. Lyrics & act numbers of official songs
  23. M.G.L. 2:19.
  24. M.G.L. 2:20.
  25. M.G.L. 2:27.
  26. M.G.L. 2:31.
  27. M.G.L. 2:43.
  28. Situs interretialis Leonardi Gomulka et Chicago Push.
  29. M.G.L. 2:44
  30. M.G.L. 2:47.
  31. "State Song". Secretary of State of Vermont .
  32. NE-gov-symbols.
  33. RSA 3:7.
  34. Florio, Gwen (2007-02-16.). "Lullaby rocks Mont. politics". USA Today 
  35. De carmine.
  36. Ohio Revised Code: 1989 S 33, eff. 11-6-89; 1989 H 457.
  37. House Concurrent Resolution 16 on November 20, 1985.
  38. 25 Okla. Stat. § 94.3.
  39. [3]
  40. [4]
  41. 41.0 41.1 41.2 41.3 41.4 41.5 41.6 41.7 41.8 41.9 "State Songs". State of Tennessee. 
  42. Tennessee Journal 36(23), 4 Iunii, 2010.
  43. Tom Humphrey, 'Smoky Mountain Rain' Wins Race to Become 8th State Song, situs KnoxNews, 3 Iunii 2010.
  44. Spain, Jr., Charles A. (19 May 2014). "Texas, Our Texas". Handbook of Texas Online. Texas State Historical Association .
  45. Formula:TX Govt Code.
  46. Utah State Song - "Utah, This is the Place" from pioneer.utah.gov "Pioneer: Utah's Online Library" page.
  47. Utah State Hymn - "Utah We Love Thee" from pioneer.utah.gov "Pioneer: Utah's Online Library" page.
  48. Maryland, My Maryland - Maryland State Song.
  49. "Symbols of Washington State". Washington State Legislature .
  50. "Washington State Facts". wsdot .
  51. 51.0 51.1 51.2 Ramella, Richard. "West Virginia's Three State Songs". West Virginia Division of Culture and History .
  52. "'Take Me Home, Country Roads' a WVa State Song". USA Today. 7 Martii 2014 .
  53. 53.0 53.1 53.2 "State song, state ballad, state waltz, state dance, and state symbols". Wisconsin Legislature 1.10 /
  54. "Wyoming Facts and Symbols: State Song". State of Wyoming .
  55. 55.0 55.1 Imhoff, Gary (October 1999). "Our Official Songs". DC Watch .

Nexus externiRecensere

  Vicimedia Communia plura habent quae ad carmina Civitatum Foederatarum spectant.