Sydney Baglole was born 1912 and resided in Freetown, Prince County PEI. He was a farmer and fiddler. His background is Cornish and Scottish but he plays fiddle in the style of the French Acadians of Western Prince Edward Island (the Evangeline Coast). The style combines the lyricism of the French tunes with the rhythm of the Cape Breton tunes. One of Sydney Baglole's tunes became quite well known thanks to "Barachois", a French Acadian group from Prince Edward Island. On the recording, the track starts with a song called "Le Matin Quand je me lève" then about half way through the track they start a tune they call Reel de Sid Baglole. Here's the recording:
For more information on Sidney Baglole, including photos, recordings, and video, go to the wonderful website devoted to Prince Edward Island fiddlers: Bowing Down Home.