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Практика - Hey, Slavs - Netflix
“Hey, Slavs” is a patriotic song dedicated to the Slavic peoples. Its lyrics were first written in 1834 under the title “Hey, Slovaks” (“Hej, Slováci”) by Samuel Tomášik and it has since served as the anthem of the Pan-Slavic movement, the Sokol physical education and political movement, the SFR Yugoslavia and as the anthem of the State Union of Serbia and Montenegro. The song is also considered to be the unofficial second ethnic anthem of the Slovaks. Its melody is based on “Mazurek Dąbrowskiego”, which has also been the national anthem of Poland since 1926, but the Yugoslav variation has a slower tempo, is more accentuated, and does not repeat the last four lines as it repeats the last two lines.
Практика - Serbia and Montenegro - Netflix
After the break-up of Yugoslavia in 1991-92, when only Serbia and Montenegro remained in the federation, “Hey, Slavs” continued to be used as the anthem of the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia. That country was renamed to the State Union of Serbia and Montenegro in 2003 and was expected to adopt a new national anthem, but since no agreement over state symbols could be reached, “Hey, Slavs” remained the national anthem of the state union. Some Serbians disliked the song and booed it whenever it was played at sporting events, like soccer games. A hybrid of the Montenegrin national anthem “Oj, svijetla majska zoro” with the Serbian national anthem, “Bože Pravde” in alternating verses was proposed. However, this attempt was struck down after objections by the People's Party of Montenegro and the Socialist People's Party of Montenegro. Also proposed was the former Montenegrin national anthem and patriotic song “Onamo, 'namo”, however this also fell through and “Hey, Slavs” remained the national anthem. Since Montenegro and Serbia split to become sovereign states in 2006, this issue is moot, and “Hey, Slavs” is no longer used as an official national anthem by any sovereign cstate. Even after the end of the federation, “Hey, Slavs” is sometimes still mistakenly played by organizers of sports events that involve Serbian teams as a guest side. Notable recent performances, some of which were intentional, include the 2013 UEFA U-19 Championship semi-final football match between Serbia and Portugal as well as the Olympiacos–Partizan ULEB Champions league basketball game in 2010. In 2015, French organizers of 2015 European Touring Car Cup season played Yugoslav anthem when Serbian racing driver Dušan Borković won 1st place at Circuit Paul Ricard.
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