Listaan dagiti kanta ti estado iti Estados Unidos

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Dagiti kanta ti estado[urnosen | urnosen ti taudan]

Estado Kanta ti estado Komposer/Lyricist Tawen a naampon
Alabama Alabama Mrs. Edna Gockel Gussen /
Julia Strudwick Tutwiler
1931[1]
Alaska Alaska's Flag Elinor Dusenbury and
Carol Beery Davis
1955[2]
Arizona State song Arizona Rex Allen and Rex Allen, Jr. 1981[3]
State anthem Arizona March Song1 1919[3]
Arkansas State anthem Arkansas 1917/1987
Arkansas (You Run Deep in Me) 1987
Oh, Arkansas 1987
State historical song The Arkansas Traveler 1949/1987>[4]
California I Love You, California words by: F. B. Silverwood
music by: Alfred F. Frankenstein
1951
Colorado Where the Columbines Grow 1915[5]
Rocky Mountain High Lyrics: John Denver
Music: John Denver and Mike Taylor
2007[6]
Connecticut State song Yankee Doodle 1978[7]
State cantata The Nutmeg 2003[7]
Delaware Our Delaware 1925
Florida Official song Revised lyrics of Old Folks at Home (Swanee Ribber) Adopted by the Stephen Foster Memorial at the University of Pittsburgh from the original by Stephen Foster 2008 (revised lyrics)[8]
1935 (original lyrics)
State anthem Florida
(Where the Sawgrass Meets the Sky)
Jan Hinton 2008[9]
Georgia Georgia on My Mind Words: Stuart Gorrell
Music: Hoagy Carmichael
1979
Hawaii State anthem Hawai'i pono'i Words: King David Kalākaua
Music: Henri Berger
1967[10]
Idaho Here We Have Idaho Sallie Hume Douglas 1931
Illinois Illinois 1967
Indiana On the Banks of the Wabash, Far Away Paul Dresser 1913
Iowa The Song of Iowa[4] S.H.M. Byers 1911
Kansas Home on the Range 1947
Official state march The Kansas March 1935
An official march Here's Kansas 1992
Kentucky State song My Old Kentucky Home Stephen Foster 1928
Bluegrass song Blue Moon of Kentucky Bill Monroe 1988[11]
Kentucky Home Made Christmas
Louisiana Give Me Louisiana 1970
You Are My Sunshine Jimmie Davis
(former governor)
1977
State march Louisiana My Home Sweet Home 1952
Environmental song The Gifts of Earth [12]
Maine State of Maine Song 1937
Maryland Maryland, My Maryland
(to the tune of O Tannenbaum)
Lyrics: James Ryder Randall 1939[13]
Massachusetts State anthem All Hail to Massachusetts Arthur J. Marsh 1981>[14]
Unofficial State song (The Spirit of Massachusetts is) The Spirit of America 1988
State folk song Massachusetts Arlo Guthrie 1981[15]
State ceremonial march The Road to Boston 1985[16]
State patriotic song Massachusetts (Because of You Our Land is Free) 1989[17]
State glee club song The Great State of Massachusetts 1997[18]
State polka Say Hello to Someone from Massachusetts 1998[19]
State ode Ode to Massachusetts 2000<[20]
Michigan An official state song My Michigan Giles Kavanaugh (lyrics), H. O'Reilly Clint (music) 1937
Unofficial State song Michigan, My Michigan Winifred Lee Brent Lyster (1862 original; tune, "O Tannenbaum!"); James W. Long (1886 version; same tune); Douglas Malloch (1902 lyrics and new tune) Not Official
Minnesota Hail! Minnesota 1945
Mississippi Go, Mississippi
(sometimes called Go Mis-sis-sip-pi)
1962
Missouri Missouri Waltz melody: John V. Eppel
arranged: Frederic K. Logan
lyrics: J.R. Shannon
1949
Montana Montana 1945
State ballad Montana Melody 1983 [5]
Nebraska Beautiful Nebraska 1967[21]
Nevada Home Means Nevada Bertha Rafetto 1933
New Hampshire Official Old New Hampshire 1949<
1977
Honorary New Hampshire, My New Hampshire 1963
Honorary New Hampshire Hills 1973
Honorary Autumn in New Hampshire 1977
Honorary New Hampshire's Granite State 1977
Honorary Oh, New Hampshire 1977
Honorary The Old Man of the Mountain 1977
Honorary The New Hampshire State March 1977
Honorary New Hampshire Naturally 1983[22]
New Jersey Unofficial Youth Anthem Born to Run Bruce Springsteen 1979[23]
New Mexico State song O Fair New Mexico Elizabeth Garrett 1917
Spanish state song Así Es Nuevo Méjico Elizabeth Garrett 1971
State ballad Land of Enchantment 1989
Bilingual song New Mexico - Mi Lindo Nuevo México Elizabeth Garrett 1995
New York I Love New York Steve Karmen[24]
North Carolina The Old North State 1927
North Dakota North Dakota Hymn 1947
Ohio Beautiful Ohio Mary Earl, music
Ballard MacDonald, original lyrics
Wilbert McBride, 1989 lyrics
1969[25]
Rock song Hang on Sloopy The McCoys 1985[26]
Oklahoma Official song Oklahoma! Rodgers and Hammerstein 1953[27]
Official state waltz "Oklahoma Wind" 1982
Rock song Do You Realize?? The Flaming Lips 2009[28]
Official State Folk song Oklahoma Hills Woody Guthrie and Jack Guthrie 2001[29]
Oregon Oregon, My Oregon J.A. Buchanan and
Henry B. Murtaghin
1927
Pennsylvania Pennsylvania 1990
Rhode Island State march Rhode Island 1996
State song Rhode Island, It's for Me 1996
South Carolina Carolina 1911
South Carolina on My Mind 1984
South Dakota Hail, South Dakota! 1943
Tennessee My Homeland, Tennessee Nell Grayson Taylor /
Roy Lamont Smith
1926
When It's Iris Time in Tennessee Willa Waid Newman 1935
My Tennessee Frances Hannah Tranum 1931
The Tennessee Waltz Redd Stewart /
Pee Wee King
1965
Rocky Top Boudleaux Bryant /
Felice Bryant
1982
Tennessee Vivian Rorie 1992
The Pride of Tennessee Fred Congdon /
Thomas Vaughn /
Carol Elliot
1996
Smoky Mountain Rain Kye Fleming
Dennis Morgan
2010[30][31]
Texas Texas, Our Texas William J. Marsh (of Fort Worth) 1933[32]
Unofficial song The Eyes of Texas John Sinclair 1903
Utah State Song Utah, This is the Place Sam and Gary Francis 2003[33]
State Hymn Utah, We Love Thee
(State Song 1937-2003)[34]
Evan Stephens 2003
Vermont These Green Mountains 1999
Virginia Emeritus state song Carry Me Back to Old Virginny (rescinded 1998 but not yet replaced) James Bland[35] 1940[36]
Washington State song "Washington, My Home" 1959
State folk song "Roll On, Columbia, Roll On" Woody Guthrie 1987[37]
State rock song (Unofficial) "Louie Louie" Richard Berry [38]
West Virginia Official state song The West Virginia Hills 1963
Official state song This Is My West Virginia 1963
Official state song West Virginia, My Home Sweet Home 1963
Wisconsin State song On, Wisconsin! Lyrics: Charles D. Rosa and J. S. Hubbard
Music: William T. Purdy
1959
State ballad "Oh Wisconsin, Land of My Dreams" 2001
State waltz "The Wisconsin Waltz" Eddie Hansen 2001
Wyoming Wyoming 1955

Dagiti territorio[urnosen | urnosen ti taudan]

Territorio Kanta Tawen a naampon
American Samoa Amerika Samoa
Guam Stand Ye Guamanians 1919
Northern Mariana Islands Gi Talo Gi Halom Tasi 1996
Puerto Rico La Borinqueña 1977
United States Virgin Islands Virgin Islands March 1963

Dagiti nagibasaran[urnosen | urnosen ti taudan]

  1. ^ Act 31-126, Acts of Alabama, "STATE SONG: Alabama". Official Symbols and Emblems of Alabama. Alabama Department of Archives & History. 2006-04-27. Naala idi 2007-02-06. 
  2. ^ "Official State Song". Alaska Information. State of Alaska Office of Economic Development. Naala idi 2007-02-06. 
  3. ^ a b "Arizona State Anthems". SOS for Kids. Arizona Secretary of State's Office. 2003. Naala idi 2007-02-06. 
  4. ^ Arkansas Code 1-4-116
  5. ^ "Colorado State Song". Colorado State Symbols & Emblems. State of Colorado, Department of Personnel & Administration, Colorado State Archives. Naala idi 2007-02-21. 
  6. ^ Brown, Jennifer (March 12, 2007). "Lawmakers OK 'Rocky Mountain High'". The Denver Post. Naala idi 2007-03-12.  CRS 24-80-909
  7. ^ a b STATE OF CONNECTICUT, Sites ° Seals ° Symbols; Connecticut State Register & Manual; retrieved on January 4, 2007
  8. ^ [1] "Summary of Bills Related to Arts, Cultural, Arts Education. Or Historical Resources That Passed the 2008 Florida Legislature May 5, 2008", Retrieved 2011-12-14
  9. ^ from janhintonmusic.com "Home" page. Retrieved on November 27, 2008
  10. ^ Hawaii Revised Statutes §5-10
  11. ^ KRS 002.100
  12. ^ Lyrics & act numbers of official songs
  13. ^ Maryland, My Maryland - Maryland State Song
  14. ^ M.G.L. 2:19
  15. ^ M.G.L. 2:20
  16. ^ M.G.L. 2:27
  17. ^ M.G.L. 2:31
  18. ^ M.G.L. 2:43
  19. ^ M.G.L. 2:44
  20. ^ M.G.L. 2:47
  21. ^ NE-gov-symbols.
  22. ^ RSA 3:7
  23. ^ Florio, Gwen (2007-02-16). "Lullaby rocks Mont. politics". USA Today. 
  24. ^ http://www.nysl.nysed.gov/emblems/song.htms
  25. ^ Ohio Revised Code: 1989 S 33, eff. 11-6-89; 1989 H 457
  26. ^ House Concurrent Resolution 16 on November 20, 1985.
  27. ^ 25 Okla. Stat. § 94.3
  28. ^ [2]
  29. ^ [3]
  30. ^ Tennessee Journal, Vol. 36, No. 23, June 4, 2010
  31. ^ Tom Humphrey, 'Smoky Mountain Rain' Wins Race to Become 8th State Song, KnoxNews website, June 3, 2010.
  32. ^ Handbook of Texas Online, s.v. "," http://www.tshaonline.org/handbook/online/articles/TT/xet1.html (accessed August 4, 2006).Government code, § 3101.005
  33. ^ Utah State Song - "Utah, This is the Place" from pioneer.utah.gov "Pioneer: Utah's Online Library" page. Retrieved on 2008-09-08
  34. ^ Utah State Hymn - "Utah We Love Thee" from pioneer.utah.gov "Pioneer: Utah's Online Library" page. Retrieved on 2008-09-08
  35. ^ Song rescinded in 1998 but not yet replaced and still in use until then.
  36. ^ "Official State Song of the Commonwealth of Virginia". 2006. Naala idi 2007-02-06. 
  37. ^ "Symbols of Washington State". Washington State Legislature. Naidulin manipud ti kasisigud idi 2007-03-05. Naala idi 2007-03-11. 
  38. ^ "Washington State Facts". wsdot. Naala idi 2008-04-23.