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Label: Fontana - STL 5418 • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Stereo • Country: UK • Genre: Folk, World, & Country • Style: Folk
Glass Of Water - Sydney Carter & Jeremy Taylor - At Eton (Vinyl, LP, Album)

 · Songs of Sydney Carter. Bob and Carole Pegg with Sydney Carter. Galliard GAL (LP, UK, ) JASKCD (CD, UK, 20xx) album details show all details hide all details. Recorded by Nic Kinsey at Livingston Studios. The white horse on the album cover is from Uffington in Berkshire.

 · Listen to Sydney Carter In Concert by Sydney Carter on Apple Music. Stream songs including “The Devil Wore a Crucifix”, “Down Below” and more. Album · · 21 Songs.

Sydney Bertram Carter (6 May – 13 March ) was an English poet, songwriter, and folk musician who was born in Camden Town, is best known for the song "Lord of the Dance" (), set to the tune of the American Shaker song "Simple Gifts", and the song "The Crow on the Cradle".Other notable songs include "Julian of Norwich" (sometimes called "The Bells of Norwich"), .

 · Lovely in the Dances: The Songs of Sydney Carter. Born. 6 May , Camden Town, Greater London, United Kingdom. Died. 13 March , London, Greater London, United Kingdom. Also Known As. Sydney Bertram Carter [birth name] Share. Tweet.

Poet and songwriter Sydney Carter visited Australia in He gave concerts and workshops all over the country, and this recording captures one of those events in full. This film was made in for Sydney Carter's Australian tour in that year.


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  1.  · on, but Jeremy left the cast to stay in England. There he reverted to education, teaching for a spell at Eton, but slipping up to London now and then to do a folk song club or cabaret. He is now back in the theatre. His Eton swan song was a concert in the Art School, and this is it. Though no Etonian (even by associa-tion) Sydney Carter sang as Estimated Reading Time: 2 mins.

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