Stanislaus Joyce in Dublin - early 21st Century
from The Dublin Diary of Stanislaus Joyce, page 15:
He has the remains of the best tenor of the light English style I ever heard. His range was unusual and he sings with taste.
Stanislaus Joyce, The Dublin Diary of Stanislaus Joyce. In George Harris Healey (ed.), The complete Dublin diary of Stanislaus Joyce (Ithaca, 1971), p. 15. https://led.kmi.open.ac.uk/entity/lexp/1447878898744 accessed: 21 May, 2022
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|singing||performed by John Stanislaus Joyce|
|Date/Time||early 21st Century|
Stanislaus Joyce, brother of James Joyce, describes the singing of his father, John Stanislaus Joyce, who he calls Pappie.