Sister Callistus speaks about the School of Music [Part Two]

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Title

Sister Callistus speaks about the School of Music [Part Two]

Subject

St. Joseph's School of Music; Music; Education; Sister Callistus Arnsby

Description

In 1963, Sister Mary Margaret Childs, who was a gifted vocal and choir teacher, began the St Cecilia Singers which was a senior girls' choir. It was comprised of 12-20 elite girls and they won numerous awards and performed in various concerts and conventions.

The written account of the St Joseph's School of Music begins in 1967, and so Sr. Callistus ends her account of the history there.

Creator

Sr Callistus Arnsby

Source

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Publisher

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Date

1984-01-01

Contributor

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Rights

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Format

MP3 audio

Language

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Type

sound

Identifier

OH-40

Coverage

Ont.

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Transcription

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Original Format

audio cassette

Duration

6:59

Bit Rate/Frequency

256 kbit/s

Files

Citation

Sr Callistus Arnsby, “Sister Callistus speaks about the School of Music [Part Two],” Congregation of the Sisters of St. Joseph in Canada Archives, accessed October 26, 2021, https://csjarchives.omeka.net/items/show/12.

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