Sally Sloane

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Sally Sloane, (1894-1982) Lithgow, NSW provided details of some of the Australian tunes in this archive.

Sally was one of the most important Australian traditional singers and musicians recorded by John Meredith beginning in 1955, when she was aged in her sixties. Sally lived in NSW all her life. She was a gifted singer and played the one row button accordion, violin and mouth organ.

Sally was recorded by several folklorists and many of these recordings are available online at the National Library of Australia’s Trove website. Have a look here: <> and then search for Sally Sloane.

Wikipedia contains a lengthy article on Sally Sloane <>

Ian Hayden has built a list of her recordings and links to them online:

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