For other events where Northern Ireland competes individually, such as the Commonwealth Games, the local song “A Londonderry Air” is used as its anthem. The melody of “A Londonderry Air” is considered traditional. 23 Aug - 4 min - Uploaded by Ian Berwick The Londonderry Air is an air that originated from County Londonderry in Ireland (now in. 8 Jun - 3 min - Uploaded by TheNationalAnthems1 National Anthem of Northern Ireland. TheNationalAnthems1. Loading Unsubscribe from.
Yes 'God save the Queen'. Unofficially NI uses the song Danny Boy (which, like the National Anthem of the Irish Republic, was written by an Englishman) sung to the tune 'The Londonderry Air' which legend says was noted down as it was played by a blind fiddler in Limavady one fair day. So they say. Northern Ireland has no official flag apart from the Union flag. We have no official anthem apart from God Save the Queen. Despite Scotland and Wales both having their own and being no less a member of the UK for it, changing either plays into some Unionists' fears that "our Britishness" is being dismantled. Imagine how awesome it would be if @England play @NorthernIreland and sing the national anthem together! #GodSaveTheQueen.
Northern Ireland use the song, originated in County Londonderry, as their victory anthem at the Commonwealth Games. For other events where Northern Ireland competes individually, such as the Commonwealth Games, the local song “A Londonderry Air” is used as its anthem. Parliament is preparing to pass legislation which will open the way to English sports teams adopting a new national anthem. This makes the. For mainly political reasons, Northern Ireland does not have its own official anthem. For state related things, it will use the UK national anthem “God Save The. Northern Ireland having the same national anthem as us completely blew my mind.— Tom (@TomHarrison27) June 12,