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Hino Rio-Grandense is the official anthem of the Brazilian state of Rio Grande do Sul. Its melody was composed by Joaquim José Mendanha, with lyrics by Francisco Pinto da fontoura and harmonization by Antonio Corte Real. The anthem's current lyrics were adopted on January 5, 1966.[1] Lyrics Portuguese lyrics English translation First chorus Como a aurora precursora Do farol da divindade Foi o vinte de setembro O precursor da liberdade Mostremos valor, constância Nesta ímpia e injusta guerra Sirvam nossas façanhas De modelo a toda terra De modelo a toda terra Sirvam nossas façanhas De modelo a toda terra Like the precursory dawn At the lighthouse of divinity It was the twentieth of September The precursor of liberty Let us show value, constancy In this impious, unfair war Let our prowess serve As a model to every land As a model to every land Let our prowess serve As a model to every land Second chorus Mas não basta pra ser livre Ser forte, aguerrido e bravo Povo que não tem virtude Acaba por ser escravo Mostremos valor, constância Nesta ímpia e injusta guerra Sirvam nossas façanhas De modelo a toda terra De modelo a toda terra Sirvam nossas façanhas De modelo a toda terra But, to be free, it is not enough To be strong, fearless and brave (For) A people with no virtue Ends up being enslaved Let us show value, constancy In this impious, unfair war Let our prowess serve As a model to every land As a model to every land Let our prowess serve As a model to every land References ^ Rio Grande do Sul State Law n. 5213, of January 5, 1966. http://pt.wikisource.org/wiki/Lei_Estadual_do_Rio_Grande_do_Sul_5213_de_1966 This national, regional or organisational anthem-related article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.v · d · e This Brazil-related article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.v · d · e