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80th Birthday Celebrations for Delia Derbyshire

Janette Martin writes:

Special Collections holds several literary and artistic collections which document the avant-garde culture of the post-war era.  One of the most fascinating concerns the life and work of… 445 more words

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Delia's first composer credit in the Radio Times

Last year I bought a back issue of the Radio Times on eBay containing what I believe to be Delia’s first composer credit for BBC television. 264 more words

Delia on Tomorrow's World in 1965

#OTD 1965: Delia Derbyshire gave Tomorrow's World a sample of the techniques used in the BBC's Radiophonic Workshop pic.twitter.com/z86mztuEsc

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The Delian Mode and Henry Moore

Just reading the Doctor Who magazine special The Music of Doctor Who. Fascinating stuff – it’s beautifully presented and meticulously researched. I’m not sure if it’s still in print, but there are often copies available on eBay and elsewhere (the… 446 more words

47 Days of Doctor Who--Day #3: Favorite Arrangement of the Opening Title Theme

Welcome to 47-day series of articles about the revival version of Doctor Who (2005-present).  I’ve come up with  47 topics / questions to answer, all of them basically positive and upbeat about the program.  431 more words

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The Tape Escape #7 | Red Light Radio

TTE7: An hour dedicated to musique concrète – an experimental composition technique that uses recorded sounds as raw material.

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Delia Derbyshire's Dr Who: Feminism in Electronic Music?

On the 3rd of July 2001, British composer of electronic music and musique concrète (a form of electroacustic music) Delia Derbyshire died in Northampton, England. 939 more words

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