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Joy Durst Memorial Australian song collection. no. 2
Bib ID 8124988
Format MusicMusic [text, notated music, volume]
Description Melbourne : Victorian Folk Music Club, [197-?] 
[27] leaves ; 29 cm. 
Full contents
  • 26. The Albury ram / collected by FLSV from late Tom Newbound, Rutherglen, Vic.
  • 27. Andy’s gone with cattle
  • 28. The ballad of Ben Hill
  • 29. The bank of the Condamine
  • 30. The black velvet band / introduced to VFMC by Frank Nickels from Bushwacker Broadside
  • 31. Bold Tommy Payne / written by Jack Crossland after an incident at Smithfield, Qld. In 1953.
  • 32. The Broken-down squatter
  • 33. The Bullockies’ ball
  • 34. Cane killed Abel / words by Merv. Lilley, tune by Chris. Kempster, Sydney
  • 35. The Drover’s dream
 
Notes

For voice.

Cover title.

Comprises words and music for 25 songs on loose sheets in a cardboard folder ; one sheet outlines Joy Durst's contribution to Australian folk music.

English words staff notation

Subjects Folk songs, English -- Australia.  |  Australian
Other authors/contributors Durst, Joy, -1964  |  Victorian Folk Music Club issuing body

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