Goudie Prize in Music

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The Goudie Prize in Music was founded in 1936 by William John Goudie, James Watt Professor of the Theory and Practice of Heat Engines from 1921 to 1938. It is awarded on the recommendation of the Professor of Music to the University candidate proceeding to the degree of Bachelor of Music who has attained the highest standard of excellence in the combined subject of Harmony and Counterpoint in the final year of the Honours curriculum, provided that the student's record in the other subjects of the curriculum is satisfactory.


Goudie Prize in Music
Award Type: Prizes
Year Founded: 1936
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Record last updated: 30th Jul 2007

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