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中文(繁體): 中華人民共和國國歌(義勇軍進行曲
中文(简体): 中华人民共和国国歌(义勇军进行曲
English: National Anthem of the People's Republic of China, the March of the Volunteers
Português: Hino nacional da República Popular da China (Marcha dos Voluntários)
Date 11 July 2018
Source originally transcribed into LilyPond from al.gov.mo/lei/col lei-02/cn/song.gif (archive copy) and updated from npc.gov.cn/npc/fujian/site1/20170901/1078d2c86a3d1b138cce01.pdf (archive copy); formatted using MuseScore
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