TAGGED: female musicians
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The Vamps broke the mould by becoming Australia’s first all-female rock band in April 1965.

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Robyn Archer is a versatile Australian singer, writer, and stage and artistic director.

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Amy Castles recorded this song from Verdi’s opera Rigoletto in September 1906 in London. It is one of her earliest commercial recordings.

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Deborah Conway, along with her partner and collaborator Willy Zygier, performed a special concert at the NFSA.

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Singing a song that Nellie Melba made famous, Violet Mount, who used the stage name L’Incognita, is paired with the New Zealand born flautist, John Amadio.

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This collection contains portraits and recordings of 15 pioneering Australian opera singers, music-hall performers, jazz vocalists and instrumentalists.

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Frances Alda became a leading soprano at the Metropolitan Opera Company in New York in the early 20th century.

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In this recording, Florence Austral sings the hymn commonly known as 'There is a green hill far away'.

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Although Una Bourne did compose and record her own pieces, this piano solo was composed by another female composer, Cecile Chaminade. It is from Six Etudes de Concert. Op.

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This sentimental song in which a girl reminisces with her father about her mother, who has passed away, was recorded on the Pathe record label whilst Ella Caspers was in Europe.