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Adios al Septimo de Linea: A Chilean Military March with a History
Adios al Septimo de Linea (Farewell to the Seventh Line) is a Chilean military march that pays tribute to the heroic deeds of the 7th Line Infantry Regiment during the War of the Pacific (1879-1884). The march was composed by Jorge Inostroza Cuevas, based on a poem by Rudecindo Ortega, and was first performed in 1965. The march has become a symbol of patriotism and courage for many Chileans, and is often played during military parades and ceremonies.
The 7th Line Infantry Regiment was created in 1818, shortly after Chile's independence from Spain. It participated in several battles during the Chilean War of Independence and the War of the Confederation. However, its most famous and tragic role was during the War of the Pacific, when Chile fought against Peru and Bolivia over disputed territories rich in guano and saltpeter. The 7th Line Infantry Regiment fought bravely in several battles, such as Tacna, Arica, Chorrillos and Miraflores, but suffered heavy casualties. The regiment was disbanded in 1884, after losing almost all of its members.
The march Adios al Septimo de Linea narrates the farewell of the surviving soldiers of the regiment, who return to their homeland with their flags and weapons stained with blood. The march expresses their pride for having defended their country's honor and glory, as well as their sadness for leaving behind their fallen comrades. The march also honors the memory of General Manuel Baquedano, who commanded the Chilean Army during the war and died in 1897.
The march has been recorded by several artists and bands, such as Ludwig Wittig, Pedro Messone, Quilapayun and Illapu. It has also been featured in several movies and TV shows, such as Adios al Septimo de Linea (1966), a film adaptation of Jorge Inostroza's novel of the same name; Los Viejos Estandartes (1979), a TV series about the history of Chile; and Pinochet (2012), a documentary about the former dictator of Chile. The march can be found online in various formats, such as mp3, video and pdf.Here is a possible continuation of the article with html formatting for the keyword "adiosalseptimodelineapdfrapidshare":
The march Adios al Septimo de Linea has also inspired other forms of artistic expression, such as novels, films and TV shows. The most famous of them is the epic novel by Jorge Inostrosa Cuevas, published in five volumes between 1957 and 1964. The novel narrates the history of Chile from the eve of the War of the Pacific to the end of the 19th century, through the eyes of several fictional characters who interact with historical figures. The novel was a bestseller in Chile and other Latin American countries, and was praised for its historical accuracy and literary quality.
In 1966, a film adaptation of the novel was released, directed by Naum Kramarenco and starring Hugo Medina, Mario Montilles and Luis AlarcÃ³n. The film focused on the first volume of the novel, La frontera en llamas (The Frontier in Flames), which depicts the events that led to the declaration of war and the first battles. The film was a box office success in Chile and received positive reviews from critics.
In 2010, a TV mini-series based on the novel was produced by Megavision and CNTV, directed by Ricardo LarraÃn and starring Fernanda Urrejola, NicolÃ¡s Saavedra and MatÃas Stevens. The TV series followed the story of Leonora Latorre, a young aristocrat who becomes a Chilean spy in Peru during the years before the war. The TV series was broadcast in Chile from September to November 2010, and received mixed reviews from critics and audiences. 9160f4acd4