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The song of the singing ship [music] / words & music by Jenny Fergus McFarlane
Bib ID 1844571
Format MusicMusic
Author
McFarlane, Janet Watson
 
Description Broadway, Qld. : Clansfolk Enterprises, c1970 
1 score ([3] p.) 
Notes

"Recorded on the Clansfolk label by the composer".

"The Singing Ship Memorial is at Emu Park, near Rockhampton, Central Queensland. It was erected by the citizens of the area in 1970 to commemorate the bicentenary of the charting of the east coast of Australia by Captain James Cook" -- T.p. verso.

Subjects Endeavour (Ship) -- Songs and music.  |  Patriotic music -- Australia.  |  Australia -- Discovery and exploration -- Songs and music.  |  Australian.

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