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Professor Roger Elgin Myers. B.Mus, M.Mus

Registered: The International Register of Arms, 8th Jan. 2011. Registration No. 0176.

Arms: Barry wavy of eight Azure and Or, issuing from the sinister base three Piles reversed and enarched Argent.

Crest: Upon a Helm with a Wreath Or and Azure Statant upon a Mount Vert within a Circlet of Alto Clefs fesswise Or a Laughing Kookaburra proper holding in the dexter foot a Sabal Palm Leaf slipped Vert Mantled Azure lined Or.

Badge: Within a Circlet of eight Alto Clefs those in cross Azure and those in saltire Or a Banksia Flower slipped Or leaved Vert

Motto: Omnia In Tempore ďAll Things in TimeĒ

Grant:  College of Arms. Earl Marshalís Warrant dated November 1st, 2007. Letters Patent granted by Garter, Clarenceux and Norroy and Ulster Kings of Arms, June 20, 2008. College Reference: Grants 173/332..

The Arms of Professor Roger Elgin Myers. B.Mus, M.Mus

The armiger is a an Australian Citizen resident in the United States where he is a Professor of Music and Chairman of the Division of Strings at the University of Texas at Austin. Educated both in Australia and the United States he holds a Bachelor of Music (Magna Cum Laude) and a Master of Music degree from the University of Southern California. His armorial bearings deriving much from little allude both to his national origins, and professional activities as a musician. Thus in the shield can be seen eight wavy bars collectively representing the heraldic colours of the city of Sydney, the armigerís city of birth, the waters of Sydney Harbour itself, the eight notes of the octave in music, and the fact the armiger now pursues his career overseas. Furthermore the three piles superimposed over the water vividly represent the Sydney Opera House alluding to the site of the armigerís professional musical debut in his native city.

On the crest again a felicitous mixture of Australian, musical and foreign elements co-exist. The Kookaburra alludes to Australia and the armigerís great love of itís native birds as well as being in memory of his late mother, a fine musician and great lover of Australian fauna and flora. The Kookaburra holds in its foot a palm frond of the Sabal Palm species native to Texas in the USA where the armiger now resides. Finally, the crest is surrounded by a circlet of Alto Clefs representing the musical clef used exclusively by players of the Viola, the chosen instrument of the armiger.

The Standard of Professor Roger Elgin Myers. B.Mus, M.Mus

Like the other symbols in the achievement the motto too reflects more than one meaning. Omnia In Tempore (All Things In Time) is at once the motto of a musician i.e. all things (should be played) in time and the statement most true about the armigerís life; that all things of value do indeed come in time.

 

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