The Colliers' Strike Song single work   poetry   "Come all ye jolly colliers, and colliers' wives as well,"
Issue Details: First known date: 1885 1885
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Industrial Song and Folksong Mark Gregory , 2009 single work criticism
— Appears in: Australian Folklore , November no. 24 2009; (p. 86-100)
'This essay explores the relationship between folksong in its classic state and songs and poems that report and describe life in industrial society - Industrial Songs. It also considers the tradition of industrial song in Australia, and finds it as important a strand as the bush tradition.' (p. 86)
Industrial Song and Folksong Mark Gregory , 2009 single work criticism
— Appears in: Australian Folklore , November no. 24 2009; (p. 86-100)
'This essay explores the relationship between folksong in its classic state and songs and poems that report and describe life in industrial society - Industrial Songs. It also considers the tradition of industrial song in Australia, and finds it as important a strand as the bush tradition.' (p. 86)
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