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Hino da Região Autónoma da Madeira

Hino da Região Autónoma da Madeira
English: Hymn of the Autonomous Region of Madeira

Regional anthem of Madeira
Lyrics Ornelas Teixeira
Music João Víctor Costa
Adopted 1980

The Hino da Região Autónoma da Madeira (English: Hymn of the Autonomous Region of Madeira) is the official anthem of Madeira, in Portugal. It was adopted in 1980. The lyrics are by Ornelas Teixeira and the music by João Víctor Costa.


Portuguese: English:
Do vale à montanha e do mar à serra,
Teu povo humilde, estóico e valente
Entre a rocha dura te lavrou a terra,
Para lançar, do pão, a semente:
Herói do trabalho na montanha agreste,
Que se fez ao mar em vagas procelosas:
Os louros da vitória, em tuas mãos calosas
Foram a herança que a teus filhos deste.
Por esse Mundo além
Madeira teu nome continua
Em teus filhos saudosos
Que além fronteiras
De ti se mostram orgulhosos.
Por esse Mundo além,
Madeira, honraremos tua História
Na senda do trabalho
Nós lutaremos
Teu bem-estar e glória.
From the valley to the mountain and from the sea to the highlands,
Thy humble people, stoic and brave
Amidst the hard stone plowed thine land,
To cast, of the bread, the seed:
Hero of the labour of the harsh mountain,
Cast to the sea in tormenteous waves:
The laurels of victory, in thy callous hands,
Were the heritage bestowed to thine children.
In this World beyond
Madeira thy name continues
In thy longing children
That in distant lands
Show themselves proud of thee.
In this World beyond,
Madeira, we shall honour thy History
In the path of labour
We shall struggle
And achieve
Thine well-being and glory.

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  • Instrumental version

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