The Emperor's Hymn - Franz Joseph Haydn - Intermediate Piano
by Franz Joseph Haydn
Piano Method - Digital Sheet Music

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Easy Piano - Level 2 - Digital Download

SKU: A0.734297

Composed by Franz Joseph Haydn. Arranged by Dennis Ruello. Classical,Concert,Instructional,Patriotic,Standards. Score. 1 pages. Chicory Music #2151055. Published by Chicory Music (A0.734297).

The Emperor's Hymn originally composed for piano by the great Austrian composer Franz Joseph Haydn is a hymn or anthem titled Gott erhalte Franz den Kaiser (God Save Emperor Francis) that he penned in honor of his emperor, Franz I of Austria and head of the Holy Roman Empire. God Save Emperor Francis, also known as the Kaiser Lied (Kaiser Song) or Kaiserhymne (Emperor's Hymn), is one of the most familiar and universally played themes in music, one shared by and representing the monarchies of other nation's. The hymn is also the German National Anthem. Performance time approx. 1 minute 22 seconds.

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