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UNISA MUSIC EXAM MONEY PRIZE
Junior: Pre Grade  - Grade 3

A prize in the form of an entry directly payable by UNISA for the next music examination.
Awarded for the highest mark for exam work.
At least two pieces must be played.

FLOATING TROPHIES

No Exam pieces where solo pieces are required for the award of trophies.
Trophy and money prize winners must achieve an A+.

TROPHY

REQUIREMENTS

Trinity College of London
Most outstanding candidate(Jr or Sr)
Mark Efstratiou
Best recital: 0/6
Goldie Zaidel
Best recital: 0/8
Owen Rorke Commemorative Trophy
Best recital: 0/10
Basil Taylor
Best recital: 0/12
Ou Mutual
Best Concerto: 0/12
Goldie Zaidel
Best Concerto: 12 to 0/20
Lila Wag
Best performer: 0/12
Sus Joubert Commemorative Trophy
Best performer: SA Composer any age
Marié Gaerdes
Best prescribed work
Pretoria Eisteddfod
Best Ensemble

John Roos

8 years and under

Recital, 1 Solo item (highest mark from  KJ 8/9, 12/13, 16/17, 20/21 and 24/25 will be considered). Quick Study and Sight Reading

Dalene Grobler

10 years and under

Recital, 1 Solo item(highest mark from  KJ 10, 14, 18, 22 and 26 will be
considered). Quick Study and Sight Reading

Wessel van Wyk

12 years and under

Recital, 1 Solo item(highest mark from  KJ 11, 15, 19, 23 and 27 will be considered). Quick Study and Sight Reading

Ella Fourie

Best Sight Reading

Highest mark KJ 40 - KJ 43

Elfreda Penzhorn

Best Novice

Highest mark

Ansie Vercueil

Best 6/U

Highest mark

Dawn Taljaard

Best Pre Grade

Highest mark
RUNNER- UP
Second highest aggregate A+ minimum: Recital 50%, Prescribed work 10%, 2 solos 30%, Sight Reading & Quick Study 10%

OVERALL WINNER AWARD

OVERALL WINNER
                                                                          
Highest aggregate A+ minimum: Recital 50%, Prescribed work 10%,    2 solos 30%,  Sight Reading & Quick Study 10%

 

 
 
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