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Composer Proposes to Set Words to Spain's National Anthem

Newsmax Sunday, 18 October 2015
A composer has asked Spain's parliament to back his proposal to set words to the country's lyric-free national anthem, the songsmith said in a website he has launched to back his initiative.Madrid musician Victor Lago said he submitted his lyrics to the lower house and also...
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