All national anthems played at once

This cacophony of musical cultures is "the national anthems of all 193 member states of the United Nations, plus Palestine and the Holy See/Vatican City (the two United Nations non-member observer states), and Taiwan (technically an applicant for UN membership)" heard all together. Play ball!

"Every national anthem all at once"


  1. This is what Disney attempted to do when building the ‘It’s A Small World’ attraction at the 1964 World’s Fair.  After hearing how awful it was, they turned to the Sherman Brothers, who wrote “Its A Small World (After-all)”

        1. I honestly hope you enjoy it. It’s aged pretty well. If someone told me that it was some esoteric laptop performance by a contemporary noise artist, I would have been inclined to believe them.

          Non-cool kids: We’re discussing “Hymnen”.

      1. Heinrich Ignaz von Biber is looking on with scorn from his grave for having throught of this three hundred years ago.

  2. I was giggling during the second minute and ready to hurl during the fifth… Definitely not for the faint of heart.

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