Ellan Vannin - Sheet Music Download

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Ellan Vannin - Sheet Music Download
By M. L. Wood - Early 1900's

Arranged for piano and vocal
4 pages including covers:

The music has been scanned and digitised into PDF format which retains the appearance of the original pages.
The download can be easily read by Adobe Reader or other similar pdf reader.

From Wikipedia:
Ellan Vannin (the Manx-language name of the Isle of Man) is the title of a poem and song, often referred to as "the alternative Manx national anthem", the words of which were written by Eliza Craven Green in 1854 and later set to music by someone called either J. Townsend or F. H. Townend (sources vary).

The Manx-language name Ellan Vannin is commonly mispronounced in renditions of the song, including in the Bee Gees version, since written Manx uses an orthography based on Welsh rather than Irish/Scots gaelic, which does not accurately transcribe the "ʲə" sound found in the word for "island" in spoken Manx Gaelic. The correct pronunciation is [ˈɛlʲən ˈvanɪn].

When the summer day is over
And the busy cares have flown,
Then I sit beneath the starlight
With a weary heart, alone.
And there rises like a vision,
Sparkling bright in nature's glee,
My own dear Ellan Vannin
With its green hills by the sea.

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