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C0 note (16,35 Hz) — vibrating on liquid surface

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Zaidel-Rudolph, Jeanne 

 
 

 

Biography

Prof Jeanne Zaidel-Rudolph was the first woman to obtain a DMUS (Composition) in South Africa - (University of Pretoria, 1979), having obtained her Master’s degree in Composition cum laude. She pursued postgraduate studies at the Royal College of Music, London and later under the renowned composer György Ligeti in Hamburg. In 1986 she was awarded First Prize in the TOTAL OIL SA Competition for composers. Her compositions have been regularly commissioned by SABC, UNISA and SAMRO and number over 80. In February 1995, Jeanne was invited by the Minister of Arts and Culture to produce the new composite version of the South African National Anthem. In October, 2004 President Thabo Mbeki presented Jeanne with the Order of Ikhamanga for her “excellent contribution to music nationally and internationally”. Jeanne is past Professor of Composition and is presently Honorary Research and Emeritus Professor in the Wits School of Arts, Music Division.

 

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