Isle of Hope, Isle of Tears

Isle of Hope, Isle of Tears
You will receive the full track upon your purchase
  1. 1.
    Accompaniment (A Major)
    1:04
  2. 2.
    Accompaniment (D Major)
    1:04
Instrument: Voice
Words and Music: Brendan Graham
Lyrics start: "On the first day of January, eighteen ninety two, they opened Ellis Island......"

“Isle of Hope, Isle of Tears” is a song composed by Brendan Graham telling the story of Irish émigré Annie Moore (1877-1924), the first immigrant to the US to pass through federal immigrant inspection at the Ellis Island station in New York Harbor.

The song has been performed by Ronan Tynan and by The Irish Tenors, of which Tynan was formerly a member. Other artists performing the song include Sean Keane, Sean & Dolores Keane, Daniel O’Donnell, Celtic Thunder, Irish tenor Emmet Cahill, Celtic Woman, Hayley Griffiths, Tommy Fleming and The High Kings.

This version is the ‘Irish Tenors’ version and you can find the sheet music by clicking here.

Purchase includes:

  • Accompaniment

Please choose your key below: A Major (Original) or  D Major.

 

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Product Description

“Isle of Hope, Isle of Tears” is a song composed by Brendan Graham telling the story of Irish émigré Annie Moore (1877-1924), the first immigrant to the US to pass through federal immigrant inspection at the Ellis Island station in New York Harbor.

The song has been performed by Ronan Tynan and by The Irish Tenors, of which Tynan was formerly a member. Other artists performing the song include Sean Keane, Sean & Dolores Keane, Daniel O’Donnell, Celtic Thunder, Irish tenor Emmet Cahill, Celtic Woman, Hayley Griffiths, Tommy Fleming and The High Kings.

This version is the ‘Irish Tenors’ version and you can find the sheet music by clicking here.

Purchase includes:

  • Accompaniment

Please choose your key below: A Major (Original) or  D Major.

 

Additional Information

Divisions

D Major, A Major

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