Goulburn Gathering 2016
The 11th Gathering will be on the long weekend in October at the Old Goulburn Brewery. That's 30th September to the 3rd October.
The programme is up here.
Martyn Wyndham-Read has confirmed his attendance so we can look forward to some of his settings and interpretation of Australian poems and songs.
Other contributors in random order (and if your not listed scream loud enough and I'll fix it!):
The Fossickers - a group of young Australian lasses who bring a sassy voice to the folk scene!
Chris Woodland - Forum on the lingo of Bush Songs
Jeff Lawrie - Hey Diddle Diddle- the Box and the Fiddle
Kerry Doherty - Slow Tune Workshops
Margaret Walters - The Undaunted Female
Leigh Brown - her own ripper poems
Nancy Nicholls - Brewery Bush Choir
John Warner - His Songs and An Alternative Guitar Tuning
Tony Romeo - Newly learnt songs
Ray Mulligan - Bush Traditions WIKI and sessions
Alan Swift -
Tunes of Home and Yarn Space
Sue McMahon - The Musical Saw
and Advanced Anglo Concertina
BMC Saplings - Bush Music for youngsters
Garry Tooth - Troubador
Darri Adamson - Learning by Ear
Sandra Nixon - Nicks 'n' Nacks
Ian Hayden - Sally Sloane's Tunes
Don Brian - A Selection of Songs
Jeff Brown - Harmonicas - Types and Styles
Peter Cahill - Songwriter
BMC - Brian Dunnett Tribute Concert and Songs of John Dengate
Song writers - Peter Cahill, Graeme Clarke, Richard Officer & John Warner
No Such Thing- Play Me A Rainbow
Pete McMahon - Stagecraft
Dave Johnson - Tunes and Songs and THE PLAY
Chris Poleson - Bush Uke and more
Glenys Johnston - Just some nice tunes
Videos on YouTube
The videos of the Festival Bush Orchestra recorded at the National in 2016 have been edited and the list is here.
Researcher Mark Gregory has unearthed some treasures from the NLA's TROVE.
Real Folk Videos
Some classic bush music now on YouTube
Music from previous events available for free download here.
Music from the 2016 NFF Settler Sessions
is available for purchase here.
Anglo Concertina Tutor
A set of bush tunes arranged with fingering and all for Anglo Concertina players.
Click here to see it
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