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Merle Hayward interviewed by Rob Willis in the Rob and Olya Willis folklore collection
Bib ID 7047400
Format AudioAudio, OnlineOnline [spoken word, performed music]
Author
Hayward, Merle, 1942- interviewee
 
Online Access
Access Conditions Access open for research, personal copies and public use. 
Description 2016 January 13-14 
3 sound files (approximately 124 min.) 
Series

Rob and Olya Willis folklore collection.

Summary

Folkloric recording.

Partial contents
  • Musical performances: Session 1: Fragment of song The guilty child
  • Sailor boy
  • Dear old mother
  • Would you care
  • Won't you buy me pretty flowers
  • Downfall of Paris
  • Session 2: Fragment of song Two little orphans
  • Two little orphans
  • Youl you care
  • Guilty child (Young offender)
 
Notes

Recorded with Olya Willis.

Recorded on 13, 14 January 2016 in Burnie, Tasmania.

Index/Finding Aid Note Timed summary available. 
Subjects Hayward, Merle, 1942- -- Interviews.  |  Wildwood Trio (Musical group : Tas.)  |  Folk singers -- Tasmania.  |  Folk songs.
Other authors/contributors Willis, Rob, 1944- interviewer  |  Willis, Olya, interviewer

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