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Piano examination results - October 1904

Wairarapa Daily Times, Volume XXVIII, Issue 7871, 11 October 1904, Page 5 

Following are the results of the examination in piano playing, held last week by Mr W. Creser, Mus. D. Oxon.

The number, of points gained and the name of the teacher follow the candidate's name.

Certificated Pianist:
Ethel G. D'Arcy, 66 (Mr A. von Keisenberg);

Senior Honours
Martha Waddington, 85 (Mr von Keisenberg);

Senior Pass:
Winifred Jones, 69 (Mr von Keisenberg);

Intermediate Honours;
Mona Moore, 83 (Miss Armstrong and Miss Hampton);

Intermediate Pass
Harriett M. Kelly, 79 (Miss Livingston)
Ernestine von Keisenberg, 78 (Mr von Keisenberg)
Florence Winzenberg, 72 (Miss D'Arcy),
Madeline Tait, 65 (Miss Morrison, A.L.C.M.)
Elsie Smith, 63 (Miss Dupre);
Edith Iggulden, 62 (Mr von Keisenberg).

Junior Honours:
Elizabeth Wilson, 85 (Mr Todd);
Isabel James, 82 (Miss Dupre).

Junior Pass
Lilian Chambers, 74 (Miss D'Arcy);
Grace M. Tooby, 73 (Mr von Keisenberg)
Mina Dumbleton, 71 (Mr Todd);
Lily Feist, 70 (Mr Todd);
Voila Sayer, 69 (Mr von Keisenberg);
Flora Heard, 69 (Mr von Keisenberg);
Alma Miller, 65 (Mr von Keisenberg);
Lilian G. Hodder, 71 (Miss Talbot).

Preparatory Grade:
Sarah A. Chapman, 73 (Miss Dupre);
Dora Pinhey, 72 (Miss D'Arcy)
Gladys Daniell, 67 (Mr von Keisenberg);
Constance Rayner, 61 (Miss Stanton).

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