The Royal Anthem of the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan
"as-Salām al-Malakī al-ʾUrdunī" (Arabic: السلام الملكي الأردني, lit. 'The Royal Anthem of Jordan') is the national anthem of Jordan, adopted in 1946. The lyrics were written by ʿAbdel Munʿim al-Rifāʿī and the music was composed by ʿAbdul al-Qādir al-Tanīr. The first version of the lyrics was very short as it only contained the first stanza of the current version. Since then, the anthem has been expanded. The abridged version of the anthem is usually used, while the full version is reserved for special occasions.
|English: The Royal Anthem of Jordan|
|السلام الملكي الأردني|
National anthem of Jordan
|Lyrics||ʿAbdel Munʿim al-Rifāʿī|
|Music||ʿAbdul al-Qādir al-Tanīr|
|Adopted||May 25, 1946|
"as-Salām al-Malakī al-ʾUrdunī" (instrumental)
Phonemic transcription (IPA)
- Translated literally. Meaning: "Getting from you the manners you have!"
- Jordan: Al-salam Al-malaki Al-urdoni (Royal Anthem of Jordan) - Audio of the national anthem of Jordan, with information and lyrics
- The full vocal version of The National Anthem of Jordan performed by a military band with mixed chorus in the early 80's. (YouTube)
- Instrumental version of "As-salam al-malaki al-urdoni" in RealAudio
- Himnuszok - A vocal version of the full Anthem, featured on szbszig's "Himnuszok" website. The song is performed by a military band with mixed chorus. The full version is only played for special occasions like the King's Birthday.