Is it time for a new Anthem for Europe? Something more fitting for 2016 than 1957?
The six founding members of the EU opted for Beethoven's Ode to Joy. In an expanded EU of 28 members, this Germanic feel perhaps no longer reflects the mood of the Mediterranean or East European members.
To have a rousing theme meaningful for all, Nigel Griffiths has written, arranged and recorded a new piece of music 'Spirits of Europe'.
Have a listen here and give us your feedback.
Like the way
King of rock and roll
True love never fades
Yenisei Boat Ride
Used to have a dream
Summer in Brussels
One track mind
Aint got time
Night Time Girl
Tonight make it right
Dont Need You To Save Me
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