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Hunter Ebert and Elwyn Ferris interviewed by Barry McDonald in the Barry McDonald folklore collection, 1970-1989 [sound recording]
Bib ID 5055855
Format AudioAudio [sound recording]
Author
Ebert, Hunter, Performer
 
Access Conditions Written permission required for research, personal copies and public use during the lifetime of the interviewer. 
Description 1989 Jan 
1 sound tape reel (ca. 61 min.) 
Series

Barry McDonald folklore collection, 1970-1989.

Summary

Folkloric recording: Hunter Ebert sings Australian folk songs and talks about Paddy Ebert; Elwyn Ferris discusses traditional songs of the New England District of N.S.W.

Partial contents
  • Hunter Ebert, singing:
  • 1. The ship that never returned (fragment)
  • 2. The wallaby track (fragment)
  • 3. Botany bay
  • 4. Cock your leg up Miss Brown.
 
Notes

Recorded on 3 January 1989, at Tenterfield, N.S.W. and on 4 January 1989, at Armidale, N.S.W.

Digital master available National Library of Australia

Subjects Ebert, Hunter -- Interviews.  |  Ferris, Elwyn -- Interviews.  |  Folk singers -- New South Wales -- Tenterfield -- Interviews.  |  Folk singers -- New South Wales -- Armidale -- Interviews.  |  Folk songs.
Occupation Folk singers.
Other authors/contributors McDonald, Barry, 1955-, Interviewer  |  Lawrie, Jeff
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