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Daphne Phyllis Dawn Sandercock (1918 - 2008)

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Daphne Phyllis Dawn Sandercock
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Died in Montreal, Quebec, Canadamap
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Daphne was born in 1918. She was the daughter of William Sandercock.

In 1939 Daphne Sandercock was the sole recipient of the Associated Board of the Royal Schools of Music scholarship to complete her training at the Royal College of Music in London, England.[1]

She was president of the Quebec Music Teachers Association (QTMA) Montreal branch from 1965-1967 and The first president of the Sherbrooke branch when it opened in 1980.[2]

She passed away in 2008.


  1. Associated Board of the Royal Schools of Music by NADIA TURBIDE, PATRICIA WARDROP, AND KENNETH WINTERS. Published Feb. 7, 2006 by the Canadian Encyclopedia.
  2. Quebec Music Teachers' Association/Association des professeurs de musique du Québec by HÉLÈNE PLOUFFE. Published on February 7, 2006 in The Canadian Encyclopedia.

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