Marcha Real

The national anthem of Spain, known as "Marcha Real" (Royal March), is typically performed without lyrics and does not have a designated key signature as it is played by military bands. Composed in the 18th century, it is one of the few national anthems in the world without official lyrics. An interesting fact is that "Marcha Real" was officially adopted as Spain's national anthem in 1770, making it one of the oldest national anthems in the world. The melody features regal and majestic brass fanfares, evoking a sense of grandeur and patriotism.