Duncanheim's Call is the national anthem of Duncanheim.
The melody of Duncanheim's Call is an old traditional melody. The lyrics of the anthem were written in 1853 by Duncansson Riverbond, a relatively obscure poet who was studying at the Royal University of Kattenden at the time.
It was adopted as the official national anthem in 1892, by King Wolfrik III, who, incidentally, attended the same university as the author of the lyrics before becoming Monarch.
The first verse and chorus of the anthem are written in Tungumal, however, the second verse is the Ingerish version of the first, followed by the chorus in Ingerish, and the remaining verses. In practice, the first/second (depending on language preference) and fourth verses are most frequently sung together. At international events, where time would prohibit this, the first verse is typically sung.
Chorus: Niya Denᚼenheim, ᚼala nilye ha (Duncanheim is standing, we are unifying)