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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
Apsley House in 1829 by TH Shepherd
Aiken Rhett House
Read about Professor Candace Bailey's research into the music collection at Aiken-Rhett House