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Lola Wright interviewed by Rob Willis ; Gordon Ellis plays the musical saw ; Reg Hodge interviewed by Rob Willis in the Rob and Olya Willis folklore collection
Bib ID 8522466
Format VideoVideo [two-dimensional moving image, videocassette]
Author
Wright, Lola, 1926-2018, interviewee
 
Access Conditions Access to be determined. 
Description 2001-2002 
1 videocassette (approximately 32 min.) : sound, colour 
Series

Rob and Olya Willis folklore collection.

Summary

Folkloric recording.

Lola Wright, retired publician, sings songs from her days at Armidale Teachers College, old parlour songs, political songs, bush songs & parodies.

Gordon Ellis, farmer plays folk songs on the musical saw.

Reg Hodge talks about his his collection of rabbit traps and how his interest in them began.

Notes

Lola Wright recorded with Bruce Cameron.

Gordon Ellis recorded with John Harpley.

Reg Hodge recorded with Olya Willis.

Lola Wright recorded on 26 November 2001 at Morundah, N.S.W.

Gordon Elis recorded on 13 February 2002 at Boree Creek, N.S.W.

Reg Hodge recorded on 22 April 2002 at Corryong, Vic.

Digital master available National Library of Australia

Related Material Related oral history interview with Lola Wright : located at; National Library of Australia Oral History & Indigenous Programs collection at ORAL TRC 4778/59.  Related oral history interview with Gordon Ellis: located at; National Library of Australia Oral History & Indigenous Programs collection at ORAL TRC 4778/73.  Related oral history interview with Reg Hodge and Suzanne Hodge: located at; National Library of Australia Oral History & Indigenous Programs collection at ORAL TRC 4778/88.  Continuation of the video recording with Reg Hodge and Suzanne Hodge : located at; National Library of Australia Oral History & Indigenous Programs collection at ORAL TRC 6936/51. 
Subjects Wright, Lola, 1926-2018 -- Interviews.  |  Ellis, Gordon, 1930- -- Interviews.  |  Hodge, Reg (Reginald Richard), 1946- -- Interviews.  |  Folk musicians -- New South Wales -- Morundah -- Interviews.  |  Folk musicians -- New South Wales -- Boree Creek -- Interviews.  |  Folk songs, English -- New South Wales -- 20th century.  |  Musical saw -- Music.  |  Animal traps -- Victoria -- Corryong.
Other authors/contributors Ellis, Gordon, 1930- interviewee  |  Hodge, Reg (Reginald Richard), 1946- interviewee  |  Willis, Rob, 1944- interviewee, recordist  |  Cameron, Bruce, 1953-  |  Harpley, John, 1948-  |  Willis, Olya
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Lola Wright interviewed by Rob Willis

Gordon Ellis plays the musical saw

Reg Hodge interviewed by Rob Willis

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