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Battler's ballad, songs and recitations of Australian bush life [sound recording]
Bib ID 2919862
Format AudioAudio [sound recording]
Author
Scott, Alan, 1930-1995, Performer
 
Access Conditions Access closed. 
Description 1990 Nov 
15 sound tape reels (ca. 675 min.) ; 10 in. 
Summary

1930s Depression song. Composed by Jack Weight of Coogee NSW and collected by folklorist Alan Scott.

Notes

Sung by Alan Scott and recited by Keith McKenry.

Original recordings made for CD of that name.

Digital master available National Library of Australia

Related Material Related recording is available in the National Library of Australia's Oral History and Indigenous Programs Collection at ORAL TRC 7214. 
Subjects Folk songs, English -- Australia.  |  Folk poetry, Australian.  |  Railroads -- Australia -- Songs and music.
Other authors/contributors McKenry, Keith, 1948-, Speaker

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