Discover the ten sound recordings that have been added to the NFSA's Sounds of Australia for 2022.
Written the year that Phar Lap died, this tribute song is by Jack Lumsdaine. Lumsdaine sings: 'He made fame for Australia's name. But he'll never come back home.
Jack Lumsdaine wrote and recorded Canberra’s Calling to You in 1938, the sesquicentenary of European settlement.
Evelyn Grieg wrote Queanbeyan in 1938, the sesquicentenary of European settlement.
‘Digger’ was one of several wartime patriotic songs written and recorded by prolific singer-songwriter Jack Lumsdaine, and was released midw
Johnnie, our aeroplane girl [sheet music] / words and music by Jack Lumsdaine, Columbia Records, 1930.