Item 001 - 1967 Broken Rhythm [sound track]

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ZA ZAR STS 2022-009-001


1967 Broken Rhythm [sound track]


  • 1967 (Creation)

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1 x digitised sound track, 12.5 minutes

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(1953 -)

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St Stithians College was founded in 1953 and consisted at the time of the founding BP and BC classes. In 1995, with the advent of the girls' schools on campus, the entities serving the boys became known as the Boys' College and Boys' Preparatory schools. Reference to the Boys' College within AtoM indicates the high school years from Grade 8 to Grade 12 for its entire history from 1953 to the present.

Archival history

This soundtrack was scored and recorded by the boys for the 1967 production of Broken Rhythm, a stage production scripted by the boys. It was issued as a 7-single and converted to digital format per kind favour of Syd Catton (Class of 1967).

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The original 7-single was donated to the archive by David Gurney.

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1967 Broken Rhythm [sound track]

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Copyright St Stithians College.

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Record created by MR 20220601




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The video may be viewed on application to the archive.

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