Ten Thousand Miles Away single work   poetry   "Sing ho, for a brave and gallant barque"
Issue Details: First known date: 1957-1964 1957-1964
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  • Appears in:
    y The Penguin Australian Song Book J. S. Manifold , Ringwood : Penguin , 1964 Z406059 1964 anthology poetry Ringwood : Penguin , 1964 pg. 8-9
    Note: With musical score. First line: 'Sing ho, for a brave and gallant ship'
  • Appears in:
    y Complete Book of Australian Folk Lore Bill Scott , Sydney : Ure Smith , 1976 Z206758 1976 anthology poetry short story prose Sydney : Ure Smith , 1976 pg. 201
    Note: First line: 'Sing ho, for a brave and gallant ship, and a fair and favouring breeze,'
  • Appears in:
    y Old Bush Songs and Rhymes of Colonial Times Douglas Stewart (editor), Nancy Keesing (editor), Sydney : Angus and Robertson , 1957 Z389570 1957 anthology poetry Sydney : Angus and Robertson , 1976 pg. 16-17
    Note: First line: 'Sing ho, for a brave and gallant ship'
  • Appears in:
    y Duke of the Outback : The Adventures of 'A Shearer Named Tritton' Duke Tritton , John Meredith , Ascot Vale : Red Rooster Press , 1983 Z312837 1983 selected work poetry short story criticism biography lyric/song satire humour Ascot Vale : Red Rooster Press , 1983 pg. 82-83
    Note: Music
  • Appears in:
    y The Transport's Lament : Early Broadsides Relating to Australia Ronald George Edwards (editor), Kuranda : Rams Skull Press , 1986 Z1604106 1986 anthology poetry lyric/song Edwards received the Australian Folk Trust Fellowship in 1985, and travelled to Britain to study broadside ballads relating to early Australia. He made facsimile copies of a considerable number of ballads with an Australian reference, which are reproduced in this work and in the companion volume The Convict Maid (1985). Edwards published revised and enlarged editions of both works in 1988: the revised editions include musical settings of the ballads. Kuranda : Rams Skull Press , 1986 pg. 9
    Note: First line: 'Sing oh, for a brave and valiant bark,'
  • Appears in:
    y The Transport's Lament : Early Broadsides Relating to Australia Ronald George Edwards (editor), Kuranda : Rams Skull Press , 1986 Z1604106 1986 anthology poetry lyric/song Edwards received the Australian Folk Trust Fellowship in 1985, and travelled to Britain to study broadside ballads relating to early Australia. He made facsimile copies of a considerable number of ballads with an Australian reference, which are reproduced in this work and in the companion volume The Convict Maid (1985). Edwards published revised and enlarged editions of both works in 1988: the revised editions include musical settings of the ballads. Kuranda : Rams Skull Press , 1986 pg. 8
    Note: First line: 'Sing oh, for a brave and gallant bark,'
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