Echoes of ANZAC – The Voice of Australians at War


The Club is a group of fiddle fans with many and diverse origins,meeting monthly to play tunes from Scotland (old and new) and the Scottish diaspora.It’s a happy group where everyone is encouraged and anything is possible.Kids as young as 8 and adults as old as 78 play together in rehearsals and performances and have recorded an earlier CD ‘Red Hot Scots'(1999) which has been a great success at home and abroad.The recording of ‘Reel Cool’ was a 12 month project, made possible by the enthusiasm and ownership of the entire group,especially the hard-working committee and the Founder/Director, Judy Turner

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One of the little-known aspects of the Anzac legend is the large body of verse, story and song created by the Anzacs during the war. Collected over 20 years and assembled here for the first time, these verses, ditties and yarns present a digger’s-eye view of Australia at war and are an important part of Australia’s folklore heritage.

Edited by Graham Seal Paperback vi 298pp

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Weight .550 kg
Dimensions 23.5 × 15.5 × 2.5 cm


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