BRETON LIBERATION SONG
1. Un alarc'h un alarc'h tra mor (bis)
War lein tour moal kastel ar vor
Din din daom d'an emgann d'an emgan oh
Din din daom d'an emgann ezan
2. Neventi vat d'ar vretoned
Ha molloz ru d'ar hallaowed
3. Erru ul lestr e pleg armor
E weliou gwenn gant an digor
4. Digouet an ao trou yann endro
Digouet e da ziwall e vro
5. Enor enor ar gwe-ha-du
Ha d'ar Francizien malloz ru.
A swan from across the sea to save the ancient castle of Armor
I too will go to battle, I too will go to fight!
Good news to the Bretons and a red curse to the French!
A boat has come from the sea, its white sails unfurled
Lord Jean has returned (!) to defend (!!) his (!!!) country
Long live the black and white flag and to the French, the red curse!
from the 15th century, when Jean duc of Brittany,
roused the people to fight the French. He came from Wales.
This was the marching song of his armies - 50 years later the French
defeated the Bretons (sezzoo?) (according to the ancient pyramidic scrolls
of the wassiname.) JB
TUNE FILE: BRETNLIB
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