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Sunday night concert at the 8th National Folk Festival at Brisbane, Queensland - part of concert in Queensland Folk Federation collection [sound recording]
Bib ID 3106664
Format AudioAudio [sound recording]
Access Conditions Access open for research use; written permission required for personal copies and public use during the lifetime of the performer. Written permission also required for public use from the Queensland Folk Federation. 
Description 1974 
2 sound tape reels (ca. 112 min.) : analog, 7 1/2 ips, 1/2 track, mono ; 7 in. 

Queensland Folk Federation collection.


Folkloric recording

Full contents
  • TAPE 17: Chris Nicholson sings: Fair minded man
  • Scratch Band sing and play: Canecutter's lament ; The wind that shakes the barley ; Push from Woolloomoolloo
  • Instrumental music: jigs: Cook in the kitchen / The rakes of Kildare
  • Christy Cooney sings: The conservationist
  • Christy Cooney sings with accompaniment from the band: We'll go no more a-rovin' (The beggarman)
  • Seamus Gill sings: Across the Western Suburbs
  • Instrumental music: The blackthorn stick / Paddy's fancy
  • Bill Berry sings with saw accompaniment: Cocky of Bungaree ; Wild colonial boy; Large balls ; It'll make your garden grow ; Nine miles from Gundagai
  • TAPE 18: Declan Affley plays the uilleann pipes, Mike Flannagan plays the bodhran: Banish misfortune ; Tobin's fancy
  • Declan Affley and Mike Flannagan sing and play: The furzy hills ; It's a long way to Cunnamulla ; Castle of Drumore ; Castle of Drumore repeated (dubbing?)
Performer Chris Nicholson, Scratch Band, Christy Cooney, Seamus Gill, Bill Berry, Declan Affley, Mick Flannagan, Peter Parkhill, Graham Smith, Eric Bogle. 

Digital master available National Library of Australia

Related Material Part of concert recording. An extended and edited recording of this concert is located in the Oral History and Folklore Collection at the National Library of Australia at ORAL TRC 2272/86-87. 
Subjects Folk musicians -- Australia -- Performances.  |  Folk music -- Australia.  |  Folk songs, English -- Australia.  |  Folk festivals -- Queensland.
Other authors/contributors Nicholson, Chris, Performer  |  Cooney, Christy, Performer  |  Gill, Seamus, 1946-, Performer  |  Berry, Bill, 1934-, Performer  |  Affley, Declan, 1939-1985, Performer  |  Flannagan, Mick, Performer  |  Parkhill, Peter, Performer  |  Smith, Graham, Performer  |  Bogle, Eric, 1944-, Performer  |  Queensland Folk Federation  |  National Folk Festival 1974 : Brisbane, Qld.)


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