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New Zealand folksongs : song of a young country

Author: Neil Colquhoun
Publisher: Wellington : Reed, 1972.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : 2nd expanded edView all editions and formats
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Neil Colquhoun
OCLC Number: 52021221
Description: 64 pages : illustrations ; 29 cm
Contents: A southersn gale: John Smith A.B. --
Davy Lowston --
New Zealand whales --
Come all you tonguers --
Soon may the wellerman come --
Across the line --
Blood red roses. Landfall: Altered days --
I'm a young man --
Little Tommy Pinkerton --
Black velvet band --
Rise out your bed --
Darling Johnny O --
How to dodge the hard times. For gum: Trade of kauri gum --
The black swans --
Song of the digger --
End of the earth --
As the black billy boils. For gold: Tuapeka gold --
Bright fine gold --
Packing my things --
Wakamarina --
New chums at the diggings --
The old identity --
Gold's a wonderful thing --
Waitekauri ev'rytime --
Digger's farewell. Of rogue, rebel and rolling stone: Gay deserter --
Te Kooti, e ha --
Rerenga's wool --
Murderers rock --
McKenzie and his dog --
My man's gone --
Drinking rum and raspberry --
Talking swag --
Friendly road. Working out country: The foggy foggy banks --
Shearing --
Dug-out in the true --
Leatherman --
Banks of the Waikato --
The day the pub burned down --
The mill . Union men: Run for your life --
Railway Bill --
Down in the Brunner Mine --
The sweater --
151 days --
Gutboard blues --
Cargo workers.
Responsibility: ed. by Neil Colquhoun.

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