Category:Battle Hymn of the Republic
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English: "Battle Hymn of the Republic": words by Julia Ward Howe, 18 November 1861; music authorship uncertain, from songs pre-1858. A well-known religious and patriotic hymn, it uses the melody from earlier songs known by various names: they included "Canaan's Happy Shore", "My Brother Will You Meet Me", or "Say, Brothers, Will You Meet Us"; and later "John Brown's Body". It is known by its first line of "Mine eyes have seen the glory of the coming of the Lord" and its chorus of "Glory, glory, hallelujah"; versions of chorus appears in the earlier songs as well.
American patriotic song written by Julia Ward Howe
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Media in category "Battle Hymn of the Republic"
The following 14 files are in this category, out of 14 total.
- "The Battle Hymn of the Republic" US Air Force Band.ogg 1 min 54 s; 1.84 MB
- Battle Hymn of the Republic (USAFB).ogg 5 min 27 s; 6.03 MB
- Battle Hymn of the Republic - U.S. Coast Guard Band.wav 4 min 8 s; 41.66 MB
- Battle Hymn of the Republic beginning.png 847 × 218; 10 KB
- Battle Hymn of the Republic, Frank C. Stanley, Elise Stevenson (unrestored).ogg 4 min 18 s; 3.23 MB
- Battle Hymn of the Republic, Frank C. Stanley, Elise Stevenson.ogg 4 min 17 s; 3.22 MB
- Battle Hymn of the Republic.jpg 540 × 840; 144 KB
- Denyce Graves performs "The Battle Hymn of the Republic", May 2009.jpg 2,365 × 1,689; 2.19 MB
- Glory, glory, hallelujah.mid 0.0 s; 5 KB
- The battle hymn of the republic.mid 0.0 s; 8 KB