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In celebration of composer John Simon’s 70th birthday (12 March 1944) a small exhibition of manuscripts of his piano works can be viewed in the Music Library foyer. The digitised versions of these manuscripts are also available via SUNDigital. The revised PDF versions of these works are also available in the Music Library (please ask at desk). Further information about John Simon is available via http://www.johnsimon.org.uk/.

 

 

 

 

 

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Directory of South African Music Collections updated
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Stephanus Muller launches biography of Arnold van Wyk - published by Fourthwall Books (August 2014) Read more...

Committee member of Eoan History Project dies
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3rd Ear Music/David Marks collection of popular music for DOMUS
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Film about Eoan Group to compete for award
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DOMUS launches first book about Eoan Group during Suidooster Festival
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'Hearing Landscape Critically' interdisciplinary conference to be hosted at Stellenbosch University Music Department in September.
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Last Updated ( Monday, 11 August 2014 )
 
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