Burundian National Anthem : Burundi Bwâcu

Burundi Bwacu (English: Our Burundi) is the National Anthem of Burundi.

Lyrics of the Burundian National Anthem are penned by Jean-Baptiste Ntahokaja and the Anthem is Composed by Marc Barengayabo.

The Burundian National Anthem was Adopted upon Independence in June, 1962

The Burundian National Anthem is a matter of Pride for all Burundians and it is sung everywhere from Government Offices to Schools and Colleges on specially occasions like Burundi Unity Day on 5 February, Burundi Independence Day on 1 July, Rwagasore Day on 13 October, Ndadaye Day on 21 October, etc.

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Burundi Bwâcu – Burundian National Anthem Lyrics & Meaning :

Kirundi Lyrics English Romanization English Meaning
Burundi Bwâcu, Burundi buhire,
Shinga icùmu mu mashinga,
Gaba intahe y’ùbugabo ku bugingo.
Warápfunywe ntíwapfùye,
Waráhabishijwe ntíwahababuka,
Uhagurukana, uhagurukana, uhagurukana, ubugabo urîkukira.
Komerwamashyí n’ámakùngu,
Habwa impundu nâbâwe,
Isamírane mu mashinga, isamírane mu mashinga,Burundi bwâcu, rági ry’ábasôkùru,
Ramutswa intahe n’íbihùgu,
Ufatanije ishyaka n’ubù hizi;
Vuza impundu wiganzuye uwakùganza uwakùganza.Burundi bwâcu, nkóramùtima kurí twese,
Tugutuye amabóko, umítima n’ùbuzima,
Imâna yakùduhaye ikudùtungire.
Horana ubumwe n’ábagabo n’ítekane.
Sagwa n’ùrweze, sagwa n’ámahóro mezá.
Cher Burundi, ô doux pays,
Prends place dans le concert des nations.
En tout bien, tout honneur, accédé à l’indépendance.
Mutilé et meutri, tu es demeuré maître de toi-même.
L’heure venue, t’es levé
Et fièrement tu t’es hissé au rang des peuples libres.
Reçois donc le compliment des nations,
Agrée l’hommage de tes enfants.
Qu’à travers l’univers retentisse ton nom.Cher Burundi, héritage sacré de nos aïeux,
Reconnu digne de te gouverner
Au courage tu allies le sentiment de l’honneur.
Chante la gloire de ta liberté reconquise.Cher Burundi, digne objet de notre plus tendre armour,
A ton noble service nous vouons nos bras, nos cœurs et nos vies.
Veuille Dieu, qui nous a fait don de toi, te conserver à notre
Sous l’egide de l’Unité,
Dans la paix, la joie et la prospérité.
Beloved Burundi, gentle country,
Take your place in the concert of nations,
Acceding to independence with honourable intentions.
Wounded and bruised, you have remained master of yourself.
When the hour came, you arose,
Lifting yourself proudly into the ranks of free peoples.
Receive, then, the congratulations of the nations
And the homage of your sons.
May your name ring out through the universe.Beloved Burundi, sacred heritage from our forefathers,
Recognized as worthy of self-government,
With your courage you also have a sense of honour.
Sing the glory of liberty conquered again.Beloved Burundi, worthy of our tenderest love,
We vow to your noble service our hands and hearts and lives.
May God, who gave you to us, keep you for us to venerate,
Under the shield of unity,
In peace, joy and prosperity.

Burundi Bwâcu – Burundian National Anthem Video :

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Burundi Bwâcu – Burundian National Anthem Instrumental Music Mp3 Download

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Burundi Bwâcu – Burundian National Anthem Sheet Music :

If you are a performer and wish to perform the Burundian National Anthem on Piano, Keyboard, Flute, Trumpet, Violin, Clarinet, Guitar or any other musical instrument then you will require Burundian National Anthem Sheet Music.

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Burundian National Anthem Sheet Music

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Note :

National Anthem of any country shall be respected and proper observance and decorum shall be maintained when it is played. All inhabitants are required to stand when the national anthem is played or sung.

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