At the 1933 session, the legislature adopted a state song entitled "Home Means Nevada," written by Mrs. Bertha Raffetto of Reno, Nevada. Members of the Las Vegas Philharmonic have put together a special performance of “Home Means Nevada” in celebration of Nevada Day. Home, means Nevada, Home, means the hills, Home, means the sage and the pines. All the recordings and sheet music are available for download on this site. By continuing to browse or by clicking “I Accept Cookies” you agree to the storing of first-party and third-party cookies on your device. Where the moon beams play in shadowed glen,
7 (adopted February 6, 1933). That manuscript had been laid aside because it did not fulfill the demands of my deep desire to express, musically and lyrically, my truest emotions for the Battle Born State - Nevada. Oh my heart returns to the desert grey
there is the land that I love the best,
Written & Music by Bertha Raffetto. Published by Brimhall Music Publishing Inc. (BMP653) During the lapse of time between my first notes of this song and the year of 1932, I had made considerable progress in my musical and lyrical studies, and felt I could, now, revise the manuscript to my satisfaction. This is the true story of why, when, and how I wrote "Homes Means Nevada." The song was so beautifully received that my heart still glows with gratitude for that Nevada-loving audience. Fairer than all I can see. Musicians filmed and recorded the piece from home. “Absinthe” returned to the game packing a pair of aces Wednesday night — original artists from the show’s opening in April 2011. Home Means Nevada (Nevada State Song) Bertha Raffetto Item: 05-BMP653. Musicians filmed and recorded the piece from home. more. This item is permanently out of print . The rest is history and my be found in the Statutes of Nevada, 1933, under the caption of Senate Bill No.
CHAPTER 235-STATE EMBLEMS; GIFTS AND ENDOWMENTS, STATE SEAL AND MOTTO
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