Philips

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(For the tape recorder of similar name that Delia used at the Workshop, see Phillips.)

Philips is a piece of commercial work done by Delia and Brian Hodgson at Unit Delta Plus for a TV advertising campaign.

We did one commercial sound called Philips which was something like “wup!” and that was it.[1]

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Score

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DD090009 score for Philips

The playing speed is taken from the manuscript in which Delia writes that a crochet is .22 seconds, giving 273 beats per minute.


Papers

Although these papers are collected in a folded piece of paper with "Philips" written on it, there are two dates a year apart: 3.2.1966 and 3.2.67.

Availability

Unknown.

References

  1. Peter Zinovieff's disparaging remarks in the 2010 Red Bull Academy interview.
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