Found this great video while browsing YouTube. The quality is a bit low, and the transitions between the audio tracks is a bit rough but I think its a great effort. The uploader has used footage from the Clone Wars animated TV series, & combined it with three audio tracks from the Republic Commando (Game) Soundtrack. This soundtrack is noteworthy for being the first appearance of Mando'a (Mandalorian) as an actual language. (It was later developed into a fully working language by Karen Traviss in her Republic Commando novels which were spin-offs from this game).
If you are unfamiliar with the Republic Commando game/novels, you must be wondering what the hell Mandalorian songs are doing in a game about Republic Soldiers. Storywise, Jango Fett and a large number of the people he chose to train the Clone Army, were Mandalorian, so a lot of them incorporated elements of the Mandalorian culture into their training. They even taught their troops ancient Mandalorian war chants (which is what these are). However the versions taught to the clone troopers were revised so that traditional Mandalorian keywords were replaced with more appropriate Republic ones for instance references to Mandalore were replaced with Coruscant, the capital world of the Galactic Republic, and references to the Mandalorians were replaced with Jedi, who would be serving as generals in command of the army.
For those curious, I've included the lyrics of the songs used in the video, both in Mando'a and their English translations, after the break.