Travelling in Winter

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Delia's created music for a Radio 4 radio play Travelling in Winter produced by John Tydeman[1] first broadcast on 5 July 1971 and described as “Monday Play. Set in a feudal village in England in the Middle Ages. By Jean Morris. Music selected and composed by David Kane. The radiophonic score was by Delia Derbyshire.”[2]

1 minute 18 seconds of it was renamed "Dreaming" for issue as track 17 of the BBC record of sound effects "Out Of This World".[3]

Extracts

  • Intro to titles voice over

00'00.0-00'26.7 Intro to titles voice over - Spectrogram.jpg

00'00.0-00'26.7 Intro to titles voice over.ogg
  • The Cold

01'36.1-02'45.6 The Cold - Spectrogram.jpg

01'36.1-02'45.6 The Cold.ogg
  • "Then things change up there"

06'16.0-07'26.4 "Then things change up there" - Spectrogram.jpg

06'16.0-07'26.4 "Then things change up there".ogg
  • "I hear something"

07'42.6-08'01.8 "I hear something" - Spectrogram.jpg

07'42.6-08'01.8 "I hear something".ogg
  • "I'm so cold"

18'42.4-20'20.4 "I'm so cold" - Spectrogram.jpg

18'42.4-20'20.4 "I'm so cold".ogg
  • The Hungry Gap

28'01.7-28'11.1 The Hungry Gap - Spectrogram.jpg

28'01.7-28'11.1 The Hungry Gap.ogg
  • "There is time in plenty for long thought" chilling effect

39'43.2-39.55.8 "There is time in plenty for long thought" chilling effect - Spectrogram.jpg

39'43.2-39.55.8 "There is time in plenty for long thought" chilling effect.ogg
  • Chilling background with final swell

44'11.9-44'41.5 Chilling background with final swell - Spectrogram.jpg

44'11.9-44'41.5 Chilling background with final swell.ogg
  • "A woman with long fair hair and a pale face" bg with final swell

50'28.4-50'47.3 "A woman with long fair hair and a pale face" bg with final swell - Spectrogram.jpg

50'28.4-50'47.3 "A woman with long fair hair and a pale face" bg with final swell.ogg
  • "The wit the Devil gives us. How could we survive without it?" bg and swell

55'58.3-56'17.4 "The wit the Devil gives us. How could we survive without it?" bg and swell - Spectrogram.jpg

55'58.3-56'17.4 "The wit the Devil gives us. How could we survive without it?" bg and swell.ogg
  • "The air's stinging cold", swell and wind

60'14.6-60'45.0 "The air's stinging cold", swell and wind - Spectrogram.jpg

60'14.6-60'45.0 "The air's stinging cold", swell and wind.ogg
  • "I think I am called" subacqua plings

65'04.9-65'19.2 "I think I am called" subacqua plings - Spectrogram.jpg

65'04.9-65'19.2 "I think I am called" subacqua plings.ogg
  • "The Goddess' own face"

66'10.9-66'20.8 "The Goddess' own face" - Spectrogram.jpg

66'10.9-66'20.8 "The Goddess' own face".ogg
  • "How beautiful it is"

72'54.7-73'16.1 "How beautiful it is" - Spectrogram.jpg

72'54.7-73'16.1 "How beautiful it is".ogg
  • Church bells (compare O Fat White Woman - Consequences)

75'09.6-75'15.2 Church bells (compare O Fat White Woman - Consequences) - Spectrogram.jpg

75'09.6-75'15.2 Church bells (compare O Fat White Woman - Consequences).ogg
  • "I had not understood what a son's death is"

78'48.5-79'05.5 "I had not understood what a son's death is" - Spectrogram.jpg

78'48.5-79'05.5 "I had not understood what a son's death is".ogg
  • "It's an early Spring", Dreaming with birdsong

83'53.4-84'16.9 "It's an early Spring", Dreaming with birdsong - Spectrogram.jpg

83'53.4-84'16.9 "It's an early Spring", Dreaming with birdsong.ogg
  • Music for closing credits, including "Dreaming"

85'19.7-86'45.7 Music for closing credits, including "Dreaming" - Spectrogram.jpg

85'19.7-86'45.7 Music for closing credits, including "Dreaming".ogg

Availability

  • Broadcast on the 5th July 1971.[2]
  • In the BBC Sound Archive on tape TRW 7417: "Travelling in Winter".[1]
  • In Sutton Elms' collection of historic radio recordings.[2]
  • See Dreaming.

References

  1. 1.0 1.1 The Tape Library List's entry for TRW 7417.
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 Sutton Elms' BBC Radio Plays from 1971
  3. DD073025: Memo from Glynis Jones to Delia about including Travelling in Winter on Out Of This World.
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