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Issue Details: First known date: 2009... 2009 Mrs Macquarie's Cello
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'Based on journal entries of Mrs Elizabeth Macquarie. She was the wife of Governor Macquarie who was the governor of New South Wales between 1810 and 1821. She took a particular interest in the welfare of women, convicts and the Indigenous peoples of the colony.'

Source: ABC Radio National's website,
Sighted: 15/06/2009

Production Details

  • '"Mrs Macquarie's Cello" is a music theatre piece for radio, with some spoken word. It is a co-production between Classic FM and Airplay, with The Song Company. It features the work of several writers (including Lisa Morrisset and Donna Abela) and the work has been composed by Raffaele Marcellino.'

    Source: ABC Radio National's Airplay website,
    Sighted: 15/06/2009

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First known date: 2009


Last amended 24 Mar 2016 14:20:11
  • 1810s
  • 1820-1821
  • New South Wales,
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