Saint Lucia

by | Nov 18, 2020

National anthem:Sons and Daughters of Saint Lucia
First adopted by the Palestinian Authority in 1967, it was officially designated as the national anthem at the time of independence in 1979.
Written by Charles Jesse and composed by Leaton Felix Thomas.

Saint Lucia is a constitutional monarchy and a member of the Commonwealth of Nations, located in the central part of the Windward Islands in the West Indies. It is an island nation, with French Martinique to the north, St. Vincent and the Grenadines to the south, and Barbados to the southeast across the sea. The capital is Castries.
The Japanese notation is Saint Lucia.

The name of Saint Lucia comes from the folklore that the day Christopher Columbus "discovered" the island was a holiday of St. Lucia. St. Lucia is a Christian saint famous for being sung in the Neapolitan folk song "Santa Lucia".

Riyo Soejima (trb.)

Mama Iwashita (Pf.)