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The bush poems of A.B. (Banjo) Paterson [read by] Jack Thompson.

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400062972 ACD PAT
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Name Paterson, A. B. (Andrew Barton), 1864-1941
Title The bush poems of A.B. (Banjo) Paterson [sound recording] [read by] Jack Thompson.
Published Clovelly, N.S.W. : Binaburra Film Company, 2012
Description 1 sound disc (CD) : digital, stereo. ; 4 3/4 in.
Series Fine poets
Fine poets
Contents Clancy of the overflow -- Mulga Bill's bicycle -- The Geebung Polo Club -- The man from Ironbark -- The daylight is dying -- Australian scenery -- Sunrise on the coast -- The travelling post office -- By the grey gulf water -- Flying squirrels -- With the cattle -- Pioneers -- Balck Harry's team -- The man from Snowy River -- Special bonus extras: Moving on -- Behind the scenes.
Performers Jack Thompson.
Summary A CD featuring sixteen beloved poems by Australia's most famous poet, A.B. Banjo Paterson read by Australia's most loved actor, Jack Thompson. Jack and Banjo share a love of the Australian bush and the Australian character. In making a recording of Banjo's poems Jack hopes they will bring Banjo's fine, innocent, whimsical creations into the lives of many others, and introduce a new generation to the wisdom, the values and the humour that form one of the foundations of the Australian character. "I've loved these poems since I first heard them as a boy. They conjure up a world that's miles away from the city life most of us live today. For me, they provide a window into the very heart of Australia". Jack Thompson.
Australian poetry.
Subjects Australian poetry -- 20th century
Ballads, English -- Australia
Added Names Thompson, Jack, 1940-
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