Mexico National Anthem lyrics YouTube movie MIDI

United Mexican States

Mexicanos, al grito de guerra
el acero aprestad y el bridon.
Y retiemble en sus centros la tierra,
al sonoro rugir del canon.
!Y retiemble en sus centros la tierra,
al sonoro rugir de el canon

Mexicans, at the cry of war,
make ready the steel and the steed,
and may the earth shake to its core
at the resounding roar of the cannon.
And may the earth shake to its core
at the resounding roar of the cannon.

Estrofa I
Cina !oh Patria! tus sienes de oliva
de la paz el arcangel divino,
que en el cielo tu eterno destino
por el dedo de Dios se escribio.
Mas si osare un extrano enemigo
profanar con su planta tu suelo,
piensa !oh Patria querida! que el cielo
un soldado en cada hijo te dio.

First Stanza
Let gird, oh country, your brow with olive
by the divine archangel of peace,
for in heaven your eternal destiny
was written by the finger of God.
But if some enemy outlander should dare
to profane your ground with his step,
think, oh beloved country, that heaven
has given you a soldier in every son.

Estrofa X
!Patria! !Patria! Tus hijos te juran
Exhalar en tus aras su aliento,
Si el clarin con su belico acento
nos convoca a lidiar con valor.
!Para ti las guirnaldas de oliva!
!Un recuerdo para ellos de gloria!
!Un laurel para ti de victoria!
!Un sepulcro para ellos de honor!

Stanza X
Oh, country, country, your children swear to you
to breathe their last for your sake,
if the bugle with its warlike accent
should call them to fight with courage.
For you the olive wreathes!
A memory for them of glory!
For you a laurel of victory!
A tomb for them of honor!

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About Anthem

The national anthem of Mexico (Spanish Himno Nacional Mexicano) is a musical composition that was officially adopted in 1943. The national anthem's lyrics, which allude to Mexican victories in the heat of battle and cries of defending the homeland, were composed by poet Francisco Gonzテ。lez Bocanegra in 1853, after his fiancテゥe locked him in a room.

In 1854, Jaime Nunテウ arranged the music which now accompanies Gonzテ。lez's poem. The anthem, consisting of ten stanzas and a chorus, entered into use on September 16, 1854. From 1854 until its official adoption, the lyrics underwent several modifications due to political changes in Mexico. Unofficially, the anthem is sometimes called "Mexicanos, al grito de guerra" (Spanish for "Mexicans, at the cry of war") which is also the first line of the chorus (photo: Mexico City /source: Wikipedia).