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1   Link   Union Songs
For over two centuries working people across the world have built trade unions. This site documents the songs and poems that they made in the process, union songs. It includes songs and poems that are being written today, as the process of union building continues all around the world.
2   Link   Folk Stream
A collection of Australian traditional and bush songs with words, music and information about each song.
3   Link   Fay White
Fay White sings as often as possible and writes songs when she gets half a chance. She’s more likely to write a song if you give her a commission or a deadline (and preferably some money too). She's also a facilitator and teacher, arts worker and community music catalyst.
4   Link   Ecopella
Ecopella is an environmental choir that sings about the beauty of our world and the struggle to protect it from exploitation and destruction. We serve the environment movement by providing activists and audiences with the opportunity of enjoying a high standard of a cappella singing. Our music's strong environmental message encourages positive change in people's thoughts and actions and offers encouragement to a wide variety of green organisations
5   Link   Bush Music
For over 50 years The Bush Music Club Inc. has pursued its aim of collecting, publishing, performing and popularising Australian traditions of song, dance, verse and folklore.
6   Link   Bob Hudson
Bob Hudson was essentially a folk singer, although the comedy monologues he incorporated into his act proved too much for the purists.
7   Link   National Folk Festival
…that's where the National Folk Festival is celebrated every Easter, when the city is frocked up in its golden autumn best. Australia’s festival flagship, the ‘National’, draws together people from all around Australia and the world. They come to share in the songs, dances, tunes, and verse that have flowed through the ages from many communities into Australian folk culture.
8   Link   Beverley Bruen
Magpie Eye is my business name, chosen because magpies collect glittering bits and pieces to decorate their nests. For much of my working life I have been a wildlife illustrator but now I am returning to visual art.
9   Link   Australian Folklore Unit
website is where you will find a deep swag of folklore, curious history, over 2000 songs, poems and ditties, various indexes and facsimile reproductions, rare photographs and illustrations, lists of superstitions, children's chants and rhymes, e-books, videos, podcasts and real time streaming. There are also numerous articles about Australian social history, folklore and music.
10   Link   Margret RoadKnight
She has sung blues, jazz, gospel, folk, comedy, and social commentary songs in concert halls and cathedrals, clubs and campuses, from Broome to Hobart, Beijing to Memphis, Paris to Auckland, Edinburgh to Tel Aviv, New York to Seoul, Amsterdam to Dublin, New Orleans to London, Vancouver to Nuku'alofa.
11   Link   Folk Federation of NSW
The Folk Federation of NSW was formed in 1970 with the aim to present, support, and encourage the performance of folk music, folk song, folk dance and spoken word by providing - through its magazine, Cornstalk Gazette, and now through this website - an opportunity for artists, audience, groups, clubs and festivals to get together.
 
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