Robert (gurdonark) wrote,

O Canada!

In honor of Canada Day, I created this song, "O Canada". Happy Canada Day!
Click on the song below to listen. It's free to share under a Creative Commons license, so feel free to download and share it:

Song and sample credits:

Poem in French written by:
Adolphe-Basile Routhier
Poem in English written by:
Robert Stanley Weir readers of public domain materials:
French:Christiane Levesque
English: Elizabeth Palmer
Samples from, all recorded in Canada:
1215 and 1217 by Kristen Roos, British Columbia
0104, Paul Thomson, Hornby Island
0985, Toby Sinkinson, Pilot whales, off Newfoundland
licensed under Creative Commons licenses
from the freesound project:
sample 2143, by Jovica, and sample 223, by erratic,
all issued under Creative Commons licenses
music: gurdonark

This work, "O Canada" is licensed under a Creative Commons attribution

license, attribution: Gurdonark,

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