Maclennan, Francis, American tenor; b. Bay City, Mich., Jan. 7, 1879; d. Port Westminster, N.Y., July 17, 1935. He studied voice in N.Y., and later with Henschel in London and Franz Emerich in Berlin. He made his debut as Faust at London’s Covent Garden (1902), and in 1904 he sang Parsifal in Savage’s Opera Co. on a tour of the U.S. From 1907 to 1913 he was a member of the Berlin Royal Opera, where he had the distinction of being the first foreigner to sing Tristan in Germany. He also performed Wagnerian roles in England, was a member of the Hamburg Opera (1913–16), and sang with the Chicago Opera (1915–17). He then taught voice. Maclennan was best known as a Wagnerian. He was married for several years to Florence Easton, with whom he appeared in duo recitals.
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