7 titles - sorted alphabetically or by year
Along the Road to Gundagai music – 1931
This is a famous recording of one of Australia’s most popular songs.
I’ll Never Find Another You music – 1964
A 1964 song by The Seekers, written and produced by Tom Springfield, which became the first million-selling record by an Australian band.
Jack Luscombe music – 1953
An oral history containing the first recorded collection of Australian folk song.
National Treasures – ‘Waltzing Matilda’ Song Sheet documentary – 2004
How did the music and lyrics come together to make our most iconic of national songs?
Peach’s Gold – Finders Keepers television program – 1983
This series is a lively way to learn about history, skilfully blending actors, re-creations, paintings, songs and newspaper headlines to bring the era alive.
Rebetika: Songs of Greece music – 1986
Rebetika music evolved in the 1920s, combining jail songs and hashish-smoking songs of the Greek underworld with music brought to Greece by refugees from the Greek-Turkish War.
Waltzing Matilda music – 1926
This was the first recording of Australia’s national song.