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  1. by Ben Johnson The patriotic song ‘Rule, Britannia!, Britannia rule the waves’, is traditionally performed at the ‘Last Night of the Proms’ which takes place each year at the Royal Albert Hall. Originally, Great Britain was called ‘Albion’ by the Romans, who invaded Britain in 55BC, but this later became ‘Britannia’.
  2. Sep 12,  · Rule, Britannia! lyrics sung at Last Night of the Proms after BBC U-turn Words to Land of Hope and Glory also heard after row that reached as far as Boris Johnson Soprano Golda Schultz with the BBC.
  3. Aug 25,  · “Rule, Britannia!” was first performed in when Britain, backed by the might of the Royal Navy, was building an empire that stretched from India to South Africa and Jamaica.
  4. Aug 24,  · Britain’s first professor of Black Studies claimed on Monday that the patriotic song Rule, Britannia! is racist propaganda and that Land of Hope and Glory should be renamed as ‘Land of Racism and Servitude’.
  5. Sep 13,  · RULE Britannia is a British patriotic song originating from a poem from the s, which is performed at the Last Night Of The BBC Proms. In a U-turn, the BBC has decided that the song - which Author: Claudia Aoraha.
  6. Aug 24,  · ‘Rule, Britannia!’ is a patriotic British song, written in The song originates from the poem ‘Rule, Britannia’ by James Thomson, and was set to music by Thomas Arne. It is strongly associated with the Royal Navy – yet at the time, the song was not a celebration of the success of naval affairs, but a cry for help.
  7. Aug 23,  · The traditional flag-waving anthems Rule Britannia and Land of Hope of Glory could be dropped from the Last Night of the Proms because of their perceived links with colonialism and slavery.
  8. Aug 30,  · Rule, Britannia! row is ‘a laughable irrelevance’, says former Proms chief Sir Nicholas Kenyon, who directed the series for more then a decade, dismisses controversy as ‘kneejerk’ BBC bashing The.

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