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hymne | translate French to English: Cambridge Dictionary
Please provide the translator's name when contacting us. Go to the text. We can't wait for you to see what we're building! The French National Convention adopted it as the Republic 's anthem in The song acquired its nickname after being sung in Paris by volunteers from Marseille marching to the capital. The song is the first example of the "European march" anthemic style. The anthem's evocative melody and lyrics have led to its widespread use as a song of revolution and its incorporation into many pieces of classical and popular music. As the French Revolution continued, the monarchies of Europe became concerned that revolutionary fervor would spread to their countries.
The War of the First Coalition was an effort to stop the revolution, or at least contain it to France.
Hymnes et Louanges
Initially, the French army did not distinguish itself, and Coalition armies invaded France. The song's lyric reflects the invasion of France by foreign armies from Prussia and Austria that were under way when it was written. Strasbourg itself was attacked just a few days later. The invading forces were repulsed from France following their defeat in the Battle of Valmy.
The Convention accepted it as the French national anthem in a decree passed on 14 July , making it France's first anthem.
During the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, "La Marseillaise" was recognised as the anthem of the international revolutionary movement; as such, it was adopted by the Paris Commune in , albeit with new lyrics under the title " La marseillaise de la Commune ". Eight years later, in , it was restored as France's national anthem, and has remained so ever since. Other attributions the credo of the fourth mass of Holtzmann of Mursberg  have been refuted. Only the first verse and sometimes the fourth and sixth and the first chorus are sung today in France.
There are some slight historical variations in the lyrics of the song; the following is the version listed at the official website of the French presidency. Aux armes, citoyens, Formez vos bataillons, Marchons, marchons! Qu'un sang impur Abreuve nos sillons! Aux armes, citoyens Ces phalanges mercenaires Terrasseraient nos fiers guerriers! Tremblez, tyrans et vous perfides L'opprobre de tous les partis, Tremblez!
Arise, children of the Fatherland, The day of glory has arrived! Against us, tyranny's Bloody standard is raised, repeat Do you hear, in the countryside, The roar of those ferocious soldiers? They're coming right into your arms To cut the throats of your sons, your women! To arms, citizens, Form your battalions, Let's march, let's march! Let an impure blood Water our furrows! What does this horde of slaves, Of traitors and conspiring kings want? For whom have these vile chains, These irons, been long prepared? What outrage What furious action it must arouse!
It is to us they dare plan A return to the old slavery!
To arms, citizens Foreign cohorts Would make the law in our homes! These mercenary phalanxes Would strike down our proud warriors! By chained hands Our brows would yield under the yoke! Vile despots would themselves become The masters of our destinies! Tremble, tyrants and you traitors The shame of all parties, Tremble! Your parricidal schemes Will finally receive their prize!
Frenchmen, as magnanimous warriors, Bear or hold back your blows!
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Spare those sorry victims, For regretfully arming against us. Sacred love of the Fatherland, Lead, support our avenging arms Liberty, cherished Liberty, Fight with thy defenders!
Hymne, Op. 7, No. 2 (Gabriel Fauré)
Children's Verse We shall enter the military career When our elders are no longer there, There we shall find their dust And the trace of their virtues repeat Much less keen to survive them Than to share their coffins, We shall have the sublime pride To avenge or follow them. Peuples, vous briserez vos fers Et vous aurez une Patrie! God of mercy and justice See our tyrants, judge our hearts Thy goodness be with us Defend us from these oppressors repeat You reign in heaven and on earth And before You all must bend In your arms, come support us You Great God, Lord of the thunder.
French people know thy glory Crowned by Equality, What a triumph, what a victory, To have won Freedom!