First French Republic (1792-1804) "La Marseillaise" Télécharger

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  • 20 mars 2016

  • La Marseillaise" Written by Claude Joseph Rouget de Lisle in 1792 and adopted as the anthem of the Republic in 1795. Lyrics (English): Arise children of the fatherland The day of glory has arrived Against us tyranny's Bloody standard is raised Listen to the sound in the fields The howling of these fearsome soldiers They are coming into our midst To cut the throats of your sons and consorts To arms citizens Form your battalions March, march Let impure blood Water our furrows What do they want this horde of slaves Of traitors and conspiratorial kings? For whom these vile chains These long-prepared irons? Frenchmen, for us, ah! What outrage What methods must be taken? It is us they dare plan To return to the old slavery! What! These foreign cohorts! They would make laws in our courts! What! These mercenary phalanxes Would cut down our warrior sons Good Lord! By chained hands Our brow would yield under the yoke The vile despots would have themselves be The masters of destiny Tremble, tyrants and traitors The shame of all good men Tremble! Your parricidal schemes Will receive their just reward Against you we are all soldiers If they fall, our young heros France will bear new ones Ready to join the fight against you Frenchmen, as magnanimous warriors Bear or hold back your blows Spare these sad victims That they regret taking up arms against us But not these bloody despots These accomplices of Bouillé All these tigers who pitilessly Ripped out their mothers' wombs We too shall enlist When our elders' time has come To add to the list of deeds Inscribed upon their tombs We are much less jealous of surviving them Than of sharing their coffins We shall have the sublime pride Of avenging or joining them Drive on sacred patriotism Support our avenging arms Liberty, cherished liberty Join the struggle with your defenders Under our flags, let victory Hurry to your manly tone So that in death your enemies See your triumph and our glory!


  • FakePale
    FakePale il y a 1 an

    Holy shit I didn't know La Marseillaise played while the Jedi Temple burned

  • Vice Admiral Horatio Nelson

    Amazing that a recording from 1804 survived!

  • Adam Walczak
    Adam Walczak il y a 9 mois

    All of the dislikes here are from bitter British soldiers from Toulon.

  • C.B.
    C.B. il y a 1 an

    Vive la France libre dans l’honneur et dans l’indépendance !

  • LordCaesar
    LordCaesar il y a 1 an

    I am not French but I must say this is one of my favourite anthems.

  • ATL Ian
    ATL Ian il y a 11 mois

    When the DNA test shows 0.1% of French

  • Oğuzhan İp
    Oğuzhan İp il y a 2 ans

    Hope we will gain our independence too by overthrowing Erdogan. Respect from Turkish lands.

  • lorenzo fedrizzi
    lorenzo fedrizzi il y a 3 ans (modifié)

    Make "On ne passe pas"

  • Damir Imamagic
    Damir Imamagic il y a 1 an

    For some reason the beginning of the anthem reminds me of Star Wars music...

  • Gabry GA 2000
    Gabry GA 2000 il y a 2 ans (modifié)

    the best version of the la Marseillaise ever!

  • Vivid Lantern
    Vivid Lantern il y a 7 mois

    When you cut the rich guy's head off

  • Napoleon I Bonaparte
    Napoleon I Bonaparte il y a 4 ans (modifié)

    So I came by, and noticed that the view count is at 666 and paired with 13 likes... Conspiracy? I believe not...

  • Adrian Wiechoczek
    Adrian Wiechoczek il y a 3 ans

    It is just beautiful.

  • Return of the Mick
    Return of the Mick il y a 6 mois

    Best anthem ever

  • Jamie
    Jamie il y a 10 mois

    From Ireland. This is hands down my favourite national anthem.

  • Super Mario Player
    Super Mario Player il y a 3 ans

    I am not a patriot but this music still inspires me

  • Manga_is_not_literature
    Manga_is_not_literature il y a 3 ans

    J'étudie le Français et j'aime la France! Vive la république! Salutations d'un Chinois!

  • William Kreis
    William Kreis il y a 3 ans

    One of the best versions Ive heard

  • Le Neutre
    Le Neutre il y a 10 mois


  • François de Vimeur
    François de Vimeur il y a 2 ans

    Daily reminder that this music was written by a royalist. ;-)