|English: Dear Guernsey|
Regional anthem of
Bailiwick of Guernsey
|Lyrics||George Deighton, 1911|
|Music||Domenico Santangelo, 1911|
Sarnia Cherie is used as the anthem of the Bailiwick of Guernsey, one of the Channel Islands. 'Sarnia' is a traditional Latin name for the island, hence, the title translates as 'Guernsey Dear'. George Deighton wrote Sarnia Cherie in 1911, with Domenico Santangelo subsequently composing the tune later that year. The song was first performed at St. Julian’s Theatre - which is now the Gaumont Cinema - in November 1911. In 2005, the then Chief Minister, Laurie Morgan, called for an updated version, which seems to have been abandoned after it met with near-universal opposition. The sheet music has been republished (c)2009 Ray Lowe, Sark. A CD of 13 renditions of the song has been released. Included on the CD is a recording from May 9 1945, when British Troops landed in St. Peter Port to Liberate the Island after 5 years of German Occupation during WWII. CD available from the Guernsey Visitor Centre, St. Peter Port, Guernsey.
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