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An immersive soundscape in The Vyne's Tudor chapel creates the illlusion of a Lady Mass for Henry VIII.
A workshop on Felix Mendelssohn's "Lieder ohne Worte" (Songs without Words) brings The Vyne's 1846 Broadwood piano to life with the sounds of the 19th-century drawing room.
On 28 March 2017, Sydney Living Museums hosted Sound Heritage Sydney - the first symposium on sound heritage to take place in Australia.
Elizabeth Bay House, Breakfast Room View
After study days and a symposium in Britain and Ireland, Sound Heritage now has a counterpart in Sydney.
Tatton Park
Read about the last study day of the year when Sound Heritage moved north
Mugga-Mugga Cottage
Dr Jennifer Gall and ACT Historic Places bring to life music of the Curley family at Mugga-Mugga
Sound Heritage Ireland
Read about the inaugural Sound Heritage Ireland symposium held at the University of Limerick
Lanyon Homestead
Dr Jennifer Gall and ACT Historic Places present a unique musical performance drawing on the history of Canberra's Lanyon Homestead