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    • Austen Music Transcripts: Explanatory notes and references 

      Dooley, Gillian Mary (2011-01-22)
      Explanatory notes regarding the Austen music transcripts, and lists of all items I have in my possession, whether transcripts, scans or photocopies.
    • Dirges and Sad Ditties from Jane Austen's Music Collection [concert program] 

      Dooley, Gillian Mary (Flinders Institute for Research in the Humanities, 2017-07-16)
      Program for closing concert of Immortal Austen conference (Adelaide: July 2017) presented by Flinders University. Performers were Gillian Dooley, Nicola Hardie Beveridge, Chris Rawlinson, Kirstine Moffat and Alistair Knight. ...
    • Jane Austen's Music: programs from performances 

      Dooley, Gillian Mary (2011-01-22)
      Programs from various performances of music from the Austen family music collections (including the presentation by Flinders University Library in the Adelaide Fringe 2008). For the 2011 program Sweets of May see separate record.
    • Jane Austen's Songs of the Sea [Concert program] 

      Dooley, Gillian Mary (South Australian Maritime Museum, 2017-11-04)
      Among the music in Jane Austen’s personal music collection are many songs about sailors and the sea. Britain was at war for most of Austen’s lifetime and two of her brothers were naval officers. The program includes songs ...
    • The Sweets of May: Jane Austen in the Garden 

      Dooley, Gillian Mary; McCauley, Fiona [pianist] (2011-05-08)
      Programs for 'The Sweets of May: Jane Austen in the Garden', a concert of music from the Austen family collections, presented at St John's Church, Reid, Australian Capital Territory on 17 April 2011 and St David's Church, ...
    • 'Thorough Bass and Human Nature: A Musical Tour Through Pride and Prejudice' [concert program] 

      Dooley, Gillian Mary; Damarell, Raechel; McCauley, Fiona (2012-11-04)
      The concert program from 'Thorough Bass and Human Nature: A Musical Tour through Pride and Prejudice', presented on Sunday 4 November 2012 at the State Library of South Australia. Gillian Dooley (soprano), Raechel Damarell ...