File 10 - Royal College of Music and St. Michael's Singers

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OTUFM 78-G-10

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Royal College of Music and St. Michael's Singers

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  • 1953-1957 (Creation)

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0.5 cm of textual records

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(1936-)

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File consists of programs, Derek Healey's entrance exam result and acceptance into the Royal College of Music (RCM), copies of testimonials from his teachers, a copy of his transcript, and newspaper clippings.

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Derek Healey studied with Herbert Howells (composition); Harold Darke (organ); John Francis (flute); Harry Stubbs (piano); and Frederick Green (voice production). Healey also organized the Student Composers' Concerts and performed with St. Michael's Singers, conducted by Harold Darke.

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Healey received the following diplomas and prizes from the RCM:

  • Associate of the Royal College of Music, organ (1954)
  • Associate of the Royal College of Music, teaching (1957)
  • Sullivan prize (1956)
  • Cobbett (ex aequo) prize (1957)
  • Farrar prize (1957).

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  • Box: 078/026

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