Scottish Music Store | Singing | Father Sydney MacEwan
Sydney MacEwan was born in Glasgow in 1908 to a Scots-Irish Catholic family.. On leaving school, he had a short spell in a Jesuit College attending Glasgow University where the rector was the writer and broadcaster Sir Compton MacKenzie. MacKenzie was impressed by Sydney's lyrical voice and introduced him to Parlophone's Oscar Preus and to the great Irish tenor John McCormack. Thus began the career of a fine interpreter of Scottish and Irish song.
Father Sydney MacEwan - Silver Threads Among the Gold [CD] Ref: LEGACY15CD-B Out Of Stock IN STOCK
Father Sydney MacEwan - Silver Threads Among the Gold. a fine interpreter of Scottish and Irish song
Father Sydney MacEwan - Bonnie Mary of Argyle [CD] Ref: LEGACY28CD-B Out Of Stock IN STOCK
Born in Glasgow in 1908 to a Scots-Irish family, Sydney MacEwan successfully combined his twin careers as singer and priest.
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