Radio Solent

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In 1970[1] Delia created a four-second call sign for the BBC local radio station Radio Solent by condensing and superimposing the melodic elements of the traditional theme "Oh God Our Help In Ages Past."[2]

Delia created it on a EMS Synthi equipment and "uses the ring modulator to make unusual chime sounds".[3]

Its tape's catalogue entry is dated April 1970[4] and another tape, labelled "Radio Solent Idents (1971)", also produced for David Challis, is dated February 1971.[5] I don't know if this is a copy of the earlier work or a new set of idents.

Spectrogram

Radio Solent - Spectrogram.jpg

Availability

References

  1. DD072820: Radiophonic Workshop Television and Radio Commitments for 1970.
  2. DD115351: Delia's handwritten score, based on "Oh God Our Help In Ages Past".
  3. Tristram Cary's voice-over to the promotional flexidisc EMS FLEXI 1.
  4. 4.0 4.1 The Tape Library List's entry for TRW 7189.
  5. The Tape Library List's entry for TRW 7342.
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